Rachel Wotton – Sex workers who provide services to clients with disability in New South Wales, Australia

Sex workers who provide services to clients with disability in New South Wales, Australia, is a thesis written by Rachel Wotton.

Sex workers and clients with disability in NSW

The thesis focuses on the sexual needs/ desires of people with disability, and the general public has historically overlooked these needs. Long-standing social attitudes and stereotypes have fundamentally dictated that people with disabilities cannot and should not express their sexual agency.

In particular, when people with disability have sought to express their sexual needs via the services of a sex worker, this has tended to provoke much social and political ire. This research is an exploratory study about sex workers who provide services to clients with disability.

Please head to the University of Sydney library for the entire thesis by the blue button below. Moreover, the roundtable discussion about disability, dating, relationships, and sex may bring you more content about the topic.

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