's The City and the Pillar (1948), is the third gay novel published in the United States. The novel, Rechy's first, follows an anonymous hustler as he moves in and out of the streets and cities, seeking sexual clients and other connections while
Mapping the City in John Rechy's City of Night
Homosexuality, Male Prostitution, and Intergenerational Sex in 1950s Italy
(adolescents) from poor Roman neighborhoods” went there to hustle, but most of the time the young male prostitutes were criminals who knew “how to exploit every situation to make some money.” Such expert hustlers, the journalist concluded, came to the “club” to
Romanian and Bulgarian Migrant Male Sex Workers in Berlin
-in center for male sex workers there, which is run by social project Sub/Way, and in the three so-called “hustler” 1 bars located nearby. However, as a young man who was interested in the Berlin night life, I visited the Schöneberg area not only for
Robert A. Nye
We might begin with a few comparative remarks about sex and politics in France and the US. Americans were treated in 1998 to a deliciously painful set of events that precipitated a full-scale constitutional crisis in the US and some rethinking of the relations of the public and private spheres. Despite what seemed to many French observers as a more or less unproblematic White House sex scandal, it was denied by American commentators left and right that Monicagate had anything at all to do with sex. It’s not about sex, said Clinton’s Republican accusers, it’s about lying under oath and the rule of law. It’s not about sex, said his Democrat defenders, it’s about his political enemies seizing any opportunity they can to undo two consecutive elections. Nor was the affair about sex for the principal actors: for Kenneth Starr, presidential sex was just a convenient way to set a legal trap for a slippery guy he couldn’t nail any other way; for Linda Tripp, it was the royal road to personal revenge; for Monica Lewinsky it was a chance to consort with a powerful man. It wasn’t even sex, as we have heard many times, for Bill Clinton himself, but something that never rose to the level of what New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd called “lying-down adult sex.” Even Hustler publisher and cinema free-speech hero Larry Flynt, whom no one would accuse of being dismissive of sexuality, treated sex in this whole matter as an opportunity to expose the hypocrisy of his political enemies.
Producing East European Geosexual Backwardness in the Drop-In Centre for Male Sex Workers in Berlin
on negotiations of gender and sexuality among Romanian and Bulgarian hustlers working in the German capital. 4 The importance of the drop-in centre in reproducing the dominant geosexual order has to do with the paradoxical social positioning of this
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The Urban and the Carceral
Social Art of the Hustler in the American Ghetto ’, in Bourdieu et al. (eds), The Weight of the World . Polity Press , New York . Wacquant , L. 2001 . ‘ Deadly Symbiosis: When Ghetto and Prison Meet and Mesh ’. Punishment & Society 3 ( 1
Examining a Mobility Hub in the “Redevelopment and Enhancement” of Downtown Tallahassee
Christopher M. McLeod, Matthew I. Horner, Matthew G. Hawzen, and Mark DiDonato
Neoliberal Poverty Governance,” Urban Geography (8 November 2016): 1–23, doi:10.1080/02723638.2016.1254496 ; Teresa Gowan, Hobos, Hustlers, and Backsliders: Homeless in San Francisco (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2010). 17 Tony Sparks
Housing Brokers and the Mediation of Risk in Migrant Moscow
transnational migration. Empirical explorations of migrant brokerage have illuminated the multiple points at which middlemen, hustlers, ‘coyotes’ (in Ecuador), ‘snakeheads’ (in China) and others facilitate human mobility in the face of increasingly draconian
Moving beyond Carceral Logics
prototypical figure of crime discourses was the malandro (rogue or hustler), 8 who maintains an equilibrium between social order and disorder ( Cândido 1970 ), earning an income through malandragem (urban scoundrelry) or ‘traditional’ forms of lower