Sex Tourism, Consent Get Academic Spotlight in ‘The Conversation’

LOS ANGELES—The AVN Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas became the centerpiece for a recent academic analysis in The Conversation, which published an op-ed focused on sexualized leisure and tourism authored by a team of researchers. The piece, titled “What happens in Vegas … why consent matters in ‘Sin City’ and other sex tourism cities,” was written by Paul J. Maginn, an associate professor of Urban/Regional Planning at the University of Western Australia; Aleta Baldwin, assistant professor of Kinesiology, Health and Nutrition at The University of Texas at San Antonio; Barbara Brents, a professor of Sociology at University of Nevada, Las Vegas; and Crystal A. Jackson, an assistant professor of Sociology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. The Conversation is an independent source of news and views sourced from the academic and research community. Click here for the full commentary.    

written by: John Roland

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