Melissa Farley is a psychologist at Prostitution Research and Education, www.prostitutionresearch.com, a widely used resource for scholars, policymakers, survivors of prostitution, and advocates. She has published 32 peer-reviewed articles and 2 books (Prostitution, Trafficking & Traumatic Stress, 2004, and Prostitution and Trafficking in Nevada: Making the Connections, 2007). She co-authored the first international survey of prostitution and PTSD in nine countries (2003); the first psychological research on the lives of trafficked Native American women in the United States (2011); and the first study comparing sex buyers to non-sex buyers (2015).
Melissa will be joining via Skype for the following FiLiA session:
Gender and Tech/Sex Robots (Sunday Afternoon)