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Mary Lucille Sullivan

Mary Lucille Sullivan is a feminist activist and member of the Australian branch of the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women. She lives in Melbourne surrounded by her five daughters and is passionate about creating a space for women to live their lives free of oppression. She has a PhD in Political Science from the University of Melbourne and is the author of the book, Making Sex Work: A failed experiment with legalised prostitution, available from good bookshops and from Spinifex Press.


Whose rights are we talking about: legalised prostitution
Law & Liberties - 25/06/2007 - 64 comments
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