Auteur Holly Lawford-Smith is Associate Professor in Political Philosophy at the University of Melbourne. She is the author of Gen...
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Holly Lawford-Smith is Associate Professor in Political Philosophy at the University of Melbourne. She is the author of Gender-Critical Feminism (2022) and Sex Matters: Essays in Gender-Critical Philosophy (2023).
Angie Pepper is a Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Roehampton.
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Is it wrong for a man to buy sex from a woman? In this book, Lawford-Smith argues that commercial sex is quintessentially hierarchical sex, and it is wrong both to have and to perpetuate a market in hierarchical sex. Pepper argues that men are permitted to buy sex from those women who freely choose to sell it.
Foreword by Michelle Madden Dempsey Part I: Opening Statements 1. It Is Wrong To Buy Sex
It is Not Wrong to Buy Sex Part II: First Round of Replies
No Such Thing As A Good Sex Buyer: First reply to Angie Pepper 4. Why It s Still Not Wrong to Buy Sex: First Reply to Holly Lawford-Smith Part III: Second Round of Replies
What Women Owe to Each Other: Second reply to Angie Pepper 6. Finding Common Ground: Second Reply to Holly Lawford-Smith