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ISIS CATS: Saul Isbister and Rachel Wotton, "Sexual Surrogacy and Sex Work: similarities and differences" WAS Abstract, April 07

Sexual surrogacy and sex work may both include sexual interactions with a client. Myths and preconceptions about both occupations abound. A lack of knowledge of what actually occurs in either work environment can cause confusion in differentiating roles played and the different intentions behind services provided to clients. This may contribute to a failure of therapists to adequately consider sexual surrogacy as a possible treatment option to be incorporated into a therapeutic plan. In addition, emerging and current practises in both fields, in conjunction with changing legal frameworks, have not yet been incorporated into many therapeutic Codes of Conduct/ Ethics. This places an additional barrier for those wishing to pursue sexual surrogacy as a viable therapeutic option.
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