Challenging Men’s Demand for Prostitution in Scotland

This is a research report based on interviews with 110 scottish men who bought women in prostitution. We asked interviewees about the extent to which their identity as men was based on valuing psychological and sexual dominance and about their suspiciousness and resentment toward women. We assessed sexually coercive behaviors with non-prostituting women such as verbally or physically threatening a partner or using physical force in order to obtain sexual intercourse. We asked what would deter these men from buying sex.

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