WEIGHT: 66 kg
Sex services: Face Sitting, BDSM, BDSM, Fetish, Gangbang / Orgy
The present study analyzes the establishment of communities of practice in the context of tariffed sex exercised by men, focusing on sexuality performances and gender identifications. Was used an approach inspired by the Grounded Theory, through which were held field diaries in tariffed sex settings, narrative interviews with six men who engage in the activity and two managers, respectively, of two specialized places in the Porto Alegre's sexual market, during the year The corpus was analyzed from a discursive theoretical perspective and was identified dynamics associated with the formation of communities of practice by means of surveillance and correction strategies, in a way that aspects such as corporeal and performative investment updated consumer relations circumscribed in some control dynamics.
Power relations are shown in a way of "desexualization" of the client, or the feminization of the male prostitute, so the notion of community does not dissociate from discursive heteronormative aspects.
Studies that shed light on prostitution invite us to notice the diversity of possibilities in sexuality practices, their intricate social markers, and the discourses composing the meanings assigned to this performance Piscitelli, This is a strategic field of discussion, as prostitution practices allow connections on a complex web that includes gender, work, sexuality, morality, and human rights Rios, However, research in the area is still heterogeneous overall, and parts of these studies indicate the field complexity beyond sanitary risk results.
Studies such as those above allow us to identify a dialogue that needs to be deepened between epidemic dimensions and qualitative and contextual considerations, which question the complexity surrounding the daily experiences of tariffed sex and address the need to focus on aspects such as criminalization, work, gender, and sexuality that characterize the possible practices of these men, as well as the itineraries they follow when engaging in sexual commerce.
Some qualitative studies on men's prostitution, especially in Brazil, seek to integrate the previously mentioned psychosocial elements. Ethnographic studies, for instance, make it possible to consider men's prostitution in dimensions of sexuality, subjectivity, and territory, pointing to the particularities of their itineraries Barreto, ; Viana, , the places of sexual tourism in relation to different power axes that make abolition perspectives on prostitution complex Cantalice, , and their bonds with heteronormativity and homonormativity Pocahy, However, the field of discussion on prostitution is mainly focused on women's experiences especially cisgender.