volume 28, issue 1, P32-32 1981
DOI: 10.1177/026455058102800113
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D. Sleightholm

Abstract: 32 brothels as they argue that these would only legitimise the exploitation suffered by prostitutes and further trap women into prostitution by making it even harder to get off &dquo;the game&dquo;.They challenge most effectively the apparently liberal view that brothels should be legalised by revealing the reality of life in West Germany's Eros Centres where sex and women's bodies are provided on a factory productionline basis. After reading F's account of legalised brothels it becomes very hard to see legal…

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