The Table Dancer's Tale

The Table Dancer's Tale

eBook - 2012
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Journalists and academics writing about Latin American sex workers can never completely divorce themselves from reconceptions about women, Latin America and sex. What do sex workers say about themselves? This book is Lupita Domâinguez' story of the world of the table dancers in Mâexico after twenty years of working in table dance clubs throughout Mâexico. Who would want to be a Mexican table dancer? Housewives, mothers, students, drug addicts, minors and "illegal aliens" (yes, Mâexico has its "illegals": dancing on tables, paid under the table).
Publisher: Mazatlâan, Sinaloa, Mâexico ; Albuquerque, NM : Editorial Mazatlâan, Ă2012
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781937799205
Characteristics: 1 online resource (x, 181 pages)
Additional Contributors: Becker, Sabina C.


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