Though backers of "sex worker" unions claim the groups promote rights, the women I interviewed seemed anything but empowered. (Pictured, Cambodian prostitutes.)
A writer-activist fighting to end abuse of women explores the breast-milk trade in Cambodia.
Supplying the rich with hair from poor women and children is not “meeting a need” but creating a demand.
Many women who participate in the international marriage market go from "mail-ordered" to "male-ordered," becoming commodities in an inherently unequal transaction based on money, sex and power.
Welcome to the marketplace built on women’s oppression, disposability, desperation and despair.