The Adult Entertainment Industry

Strip joints, escort agencies, pornographic videos — the adult entertainment industry rakes in ten billion dollars a year. But even as the business assumes a legitimate role in the economy it can't seem to shake its seedy reputation. We'll discuss the role of porn in our society and look at the battle to regulate America's newest red-light district, the Internet....next on Talk of the Nation from NPR News. Guests: Anthony Flint Reporter, The Boston Globe Author, Sex Without Borders , a two-part series on the adult industry Lisa Stetor Editor, Excitement magazine Exotic Dancer Other guest Listeners call in

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