Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more. This paper studies the incidence, determinants, and pricing of unprotected oral sex in the London sex services market. Agency affiliated sex workers are also less likely to engage in unprotected oral sex compared to independent sex workers. Volume 65 , Issue 5.
Series: Unsafe Sex In The City
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Suddenly, Danielle realises what Courtney has just said. Her eyes widen and her voice rises. Within the first minute of the documentary series, following staff at the Manchester Centre for Sexual Health, we hear the words "back passage", "shagging everyone" and "pus coming out everywhere". Health centre staff, we are told, are busy "swabbing, probing and examining" patients. These patients include Courtney, who is aiming to sleep with 40 men by her 18th birthday. She has three months and seven men still to go.
Unsafe sex: Still watching 'Sex and the City'
TV schedules are currently awash with patriotically themed shows such as the BBC panel show I Love My Country, but unlike some of its ilk, this wide-ranging nature documentary had something truly worth boasting about: our magnificent weather. No, I'm not joking. It's Britain's temperate climate, with all that lovely drizzle, which was ultimately responsible for some of the most spectacular scenes in this, the winter episode of a four-part series. There were grey seals taking to the Cornish beach for their annual February malt, wild woodland deer on a nocturnal excursion into suburban gardens and a year-old Dorset oak that "survived its first frost in the days when medieval knights roamed the land". Who needs helicopter shots of the Okavango Delta, when all this is right on our doorstep?
Higher School of Economics. Swansea University. Marina Della Giusta, Peter G. Peters,