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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 15, Number 1, 1 January 2013

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A mark that is no mark? Queer women and violence in HIV discourse
pp. 29-43(15)
Authors: Logie, Carmen H.; Gibson, Margaret F.

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Sexual health of Latino migrant day labourers under conditions of structural vulnerability
pp. 58-72(15)
Authors: Organista, Kurt C.; Worby, Paula A.; Quesada, James; Arreola, Sonya G.; Kral, Alex H.; Khoury, Sahar

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Sexual abuse, social stigma and HIV vulnerability among young feminised men in Lahore and Karachi, Pakistan
pp. 73-84(12)
Authors: de Lind van Wijngaarden, Jan W.; Schunter, Bettina T.; Iqbal, Qasim

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Sex workers talk about sex work: six contradictory characteristics of legalised sex work in Melbourne, Australia
pp. 85-100(16)
Authors: Begum, Sufia; Hocking, Jane S; Groves, Jan; Fairley, Christopher K; Keogh, Louise A

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Gender, pride and medical circumcision in contemporary Japan
pp. 101-113(13)
Author: Castro-Vázquez, Genaro

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Strip club: gender, power and sex work
pp. 114-116(3)
Author: Berman, Leslie

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Compañeros: Latino activists in the face of AIDS
pp. 117-119(3)
Author: Castellanos, H. Daniel

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