Adolescent male prostitution by choice
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The literature on adolescent male prostitution is scant. The few existing papers tend to focus on the status of adolescent runaways coerced into prostitution within large cities. This article describes prostitution in a midsized midwestern city without many of the anticipated preconditions. Such practice may be more common than is normally assumed.
KeywordsSocial Psychology Large City Midwestern City Adolescent Runaway Male Prostitution
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