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TitleJudith Halberstam - Imagined Violence/Queer Violence: Representation, Rage, and Resistance
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		Front Matter
		Sex Workers and Sex Work: Introduction [pp. 1-10]
		It's a Pleasure Doing Business with You [pp. 11-22]
		Porn in the USA [pp. 23-32]
		Prostitution Is Work [pp. 33-37]
		The Whore Stigma: Female Dishonor and Male Unworthiness [pp. 39-64]
		Confessions of a Psycho-Mistress: An Interview with Mistress Vena [pp. 65-72]
		Stella through the Looking Glass [pp. 73-85]
		Maid to Order: Commercial Fetishism and Gender Power [pp. 87-116]
		A Provoking Agent: The Pornography and Performance Art of Annie Sprinkle [pp. 117-133]
		Fighting for Visibility: Notes on the Censorship Battle of "Porn'im'age'ry: Picturing Prostitutes" [pp. 135-141]
		Prostitution, Feminist Theory, and Ambivalence: Notes from the Sociological Underground [pp. 143-171]
		Beyond the Master/Subject Model: Reflections on Carole Pateman's Sexual Contract [pp. 173-181]
		World Charter for Prostitutes' Rights: International Committee for Prostitutes' Rights February 1985, Amsterdam [pp. 183-185]
		Imagined Violence/Queer Violence: Representation, Rage, and Resistance [pp. 187-201]
		Regulated Passions: The Invention of Inhibited Sexual Desire and Sex Addiction [pp. 203-226]
		Have You Seen Me? Recovering the Inner Child in Late Twentieth-Century America [pp. 227-252]
		Back Matter
                        
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