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Caribbean Pleasure Industry: Tourism, Sexuality, and AIDS in the Dominican Republic (Worlds of Desire: The Chicago Series on Sexuality, Gender, and Culture)

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AIDS: social aspects, Prostitution, Tourism industry, Business & Economics, Archaeology / Anthropology, Business/Economics, Anthropology - General, Gay Studies, Human Sexuality, Travel / Caribbean & West Indies, Diseases - AIDS & HIV, Industries - Hospitality, Travel & Tourism, Popular Culture - General, AIDS (Disease), Dominican Republic, Gender identity, Sex to
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And today one of the chief ways that foreign visitors there seek pleasure is through prostitution. While much has been written on the female sex workers who service these tourists, "Caribbean Pleasure Industry" shifts the focus to the men.

While much has been written on the female sex workers who service these tourists, Caribbean Pleasure Industry shifts the focus onto the men. Drawing on his groundbreaking ethnographic research in the Dominican Republic, Mark Padilla discovers a complex world where the global political and economic impact of tourism has led to shifting sexual identities, growing economic pressures, and new challenges for HIV : Mark Padilla.

AIDS, the "bisexual bridge, " and the political economy of risk in the Dominican Republic; Conclusion; Appendix: selected survey results. Summary In recent years, the economy of the Caribbean has become almost completely dependent on international tourism.

And today one of the chief ways that foreign visitors there seek pleasure is through prostitution. “Caribbean Pleasure Industry is a major new work on the political economy of gender and sexuality.

Mark Padilla’s detailed ethnographic study of male sex work in the Dominican Republic opens up new insights in relation to masculinity and male sexuality more generally. With tourism accounting for approximately thirty percent of the Caribbean's GDP and twenty-four percent of employment, a link between the sex trade and the tourism industry has gained recent attention.

Shifts in global production, an increase of disposable income for pleasure and recreation, and a desire by North Americans and Europeans for an experience of 'exotic' cultures, are often claimed Reviews: 2. Caribbean Pleasure Industry: Tourism, Sexuality, and AIDS in the Dominican Republic by Mark Padilla Article in American Ethnologist 37(1) February with 35 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Carlos Decena.

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Global Sexual Spaces and their Hierarchies. In Caribbean Pleasure Industry: Tourism, Sexuality, and AIDS in the Dominican Republic. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 28 – Padilla, M. Shifting Cultural Politics and Sexual Identity. In Caribbean Pleasure Industry: Tourism, Sexuality, and AIDS in the Dominican Republic.

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