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Thank you! Another happy hooker tells all. Unlike Xavier Hollander, however, French--who's an activist for prostitutes' rights as well as a hooker--festoons her X-rated memoir with tinselly sociological pretensions. Among the many French thanks here--including co-author Linda Lee novel: One by One, ; nonfiction: Out of Wedlock, --is Realist editor Paul Krassner, for ""keeping by notes and my mind together through the years of research I did on prostitution.
For ten years--as she describes in deep blue detail--French has been a professional prostitute, plying her trade from Atlanta where she began, as relief from a dull office job to Puerto Rico in a series of cheap, assembly-line brothels to N.
With that vast experience, it's no surprise that French's ""research"" yields a bevy of lurid findings. Among them: ""Italians are by far the best lovers in the world. That wasn't the Asian way""; ""[Puerto Ricans] would bite me everywhere.
They were like big, strong wood ticks""; and so on. All this illuminated via red-light anecdotes ranging from tales of regular pay-for-hire sex to S-M to sex with women, and all spliced by childhood memories ""Did it all start with I Love Lucy? French winds up with looks at prostitution in the age of AIDS she blames johns for giving it to whores, not vice versa ; at the perennial tango of cops and whores; and at her tireless lobbying--on the Donahue Show and other forums--for prostitutes' rights.
With its six-page appendix advising prostitutes of their legal rights, this smoothly written book serves as an excellent handbook for aspiring hookers.