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Located difference: the critique from Manila Discussions in Cebu did not occur in isolation, however, and eventually came into conflict with best practice models of AIDS prevention which saw them as constructing victims, increasing blame and stigma, and being ineffectual in slowing the spread of HIV This critique came from Manila, and through the voices of the WHO, Australian organizations and their Filipino NGO counterparts, and was largely a response to a ‘clean-up’ campaign orchestrated by the local mayor.

Drawing from the theorizing of Foucault and contemporary feminists, I maintain that prostitute bodies are irreducible: they are the objects of power and sites of resistance, and the sites at which these struggles are worked out. g. ). These practices are surveyed, regulated and controlled—usually but not exclusively through the machinery and technologies of the ‘state’—and this exertion of power creates much knowledge about a pathologized subject (‘prostitution’). The discourse of prostitution therefore produces a singular and unambiguous prostitute identity that is reflective of the (sexual) practices in which they engage.

23 RETHINKING THE PROSTITUTE SUBJECT The intersection of current debates on power/knowledge, sexuality, identity and space is relevant to prostitution in Southeast Asia. Drawing from the theorizing of Foucault and contemporary feminists, I maintain that prostitute bodies are irreducible: they are the objects of power and sites of resistance, and the sites at which these struggles are worked out. g. ). These practices are surveyed, regulated and controlled—usually but not exclusively through the machinery and technologies of the ‘state’—and this exertion of power creates much knowledge about a pathologized subject (‘prostitution’).

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