Basing his findings on well established primatological, anthropological, sociobiological, mythological, and archaeological data, he reveals what few have dared contemplate: because prostitution began as a survival mechanism among our female and male ancestors several million years ago, it is literally part of our DNA. Rather than expending valuable resources trying to suppress it, the author argues, society would be much better off understanding, accepting, and decriminalizing it.
Other proponents of decriminalization include Christian Saint Augustine, Governor Jesse Ventura, liberal Dr. Joycelyn Elders, conservative William F. Buckley, Jr., and libertarian John Stossel.
Lochlainn Seabrook is
the 2011 winner of the Jefferson Davis Historical Gold Medal. Foreword by Xaviera
Hollander, author of the international blockbuster The Happy Hooker.
Back cover blurbs by Margo St. James (founder of COYOTE and St. James
Infirmary), Carol Leigh (cofounder of ACT UP), Norma Jean Almodovar (founder of
ISWFACE), and Dolores French (founder of HIRE).
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