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“This text is a strong addition to the nascent body of literature that documents empirical research with sex workers. … This text would also be a good fit for doctoral-level courses in community psychology and courses that use a framework of community-based research or participatory action research. Academic courses and scholarship focusing on intersections between psychology and sexuality, global perspectives on sex work and sex trafficking, and social movements could use this text as a reading assignment.” (Theodore Burnes, PsycCRITIQUES, Vol. 58 (46), November, 2013)