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America's "Disneyland Of Sex": Exploring The Problem Of Sex Trafficking In Las Vegas And Nevada's Response, Chariane K. Forrey Jun 2014

America's "Disneyland Of Sex": Exploring The Problem Of Sex Trafficking In Las Vegas And Nevada's Response, Chariane K. Forrey

Nevada Law Journal

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Masculinity, Labor, And Sexual Power, Ann C. Mcginley Jan 2013

Masculinity, Labor, And Sexual Power, Ann C. Mcginley

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This Essay focuses on gender and sexuality to analyze Hannah Rosin's thesis in the The End of Men. It relies in large part on feminist and masculinities theories to consider how men and women may both suffer gendered disadvantage. It looks specifically at Las Vegas, a market that is sexualized, in order to complicate Rosin's narrative, and to create a better understanding of what is happening in the U.S. workforce. While the Las Vegas market is not representative of markets across the country, it is economically and socially significant and, with the expansion of the casino and ...


Trouble In Sin City: Protecting Sexy Workers' Civil Rights, Ann C. Mcginley Jan 2012

Trouble In Sin City: Protecting Sexy Workers' Civil Rights, Ann C. Mcginley

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While Las Vegas has always been known for its libertarian attitudes toward gambling and sexually provocative shows, after a short, failed attempt during the 1990’s to characterize itself as a family destination, the City has turned up the heat. Las Vegas, which relies increasingly on selling sex appeal to promote its value to the public, has become the number one adult entertainment destination in the United States. There is, however, trouble in paradise. A number of the casino-based clubs (both day and night) have been sued; others have closed due to illegal prostitution; some have paid large fines to ...