Male Order: Life Stories from Boys Who Sell Sex
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Male Order: Life Stories from Boys Who Sell Sex

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In their own words, six London rent boys tell of life on the 'Dilly', discussing punters, sexuality, HIV/AIDS, drugs, money, homelessness and also their childhoods. The voices in Male Order raise questions not just about buying and selling sex but about a society in which some teenagers learn to grow up as outcasts. Unsentimental, this is a hard-hitting portrayal of teenag...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published March 1st 1996 by Cassell (first published March 1995)
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This book contains six first hand accounts of those who sold sex in London. Four lads and two transsexuals. These stories are straightforward and matter of fact and not written to titillate though the graphic details are there.

These tales were compiled by a woman who works with StreetWise a UK organization aimed at helping youth living on the streets.

What struck me about these stories were how all of the individuals involved were looking for love in the worst of places after not getting enough...more
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