Sex, Gender and Migrations: Facing Up to Ambiguous Realities

Laura María Agustín

In the spring issue of Soundings the author compares lived experience to the representations of trafficking presented by major media and government agencies. The evidence presented is a deconstruction the way that the discourse on sex work and trafficking is shaped.

Sections include:

  • Lavishing love and caring, not sex
  • Dreams of getting ahead
  • Gossip, deals and other 'informalities'
  • Are these sectors really indefinable?
  • The demand for all these 'services'
  • Crossing the border into diaspora

You can download this 11 page PDF resource above. This resource is in English.