- Journey into the Heart of Transgender Prostitution in the Bronx (2010).- Hommes louer : la prostitution masculine, un documentaire hors du commun (2011, Translation): "Une socit qui abandonne son enfance, c'est comme la fin du monde." Avec Hommes louer, un documentaire coproduit par Inform Action et l'Office national du film, Rodrigue Jean nous entrane sans esbroufe au coeur de l'univers de la prostitution masculine Montral.The concept of Wrocław as a fortress is an echo of the last days of Hitler’s “Festung Breslau.” The city was supposedly one of the last to surrender, long after the fall of Berlin. The town having been declared a "fortress" from February 1945 (encircled by Red Army) to the surrender on .Using that term to describe Wrocław somehow feels wrong: cities are for people, fortresses are for the military. Heavy Soviet artillery outside beleague- red town of Breslau; in the front a sign with the inscription "Surrender Breslau", February 1945. East News Since then, for over 50 years, it has been torn between the realities of a normal, European city and an impenetrable fortress; between the official reality and the one hidden from public view.But for three months in 1945, the city-turned-fortress ceased to exhibit any human qualities. The city was simple, poor, had no new, impressive architecture.
Aside from its default function, it also bade welcome to the initiated, encouraging them to explore what lay beneath the layer of modernity, among the ruins, in the shady realms of the underground.
- Survival sex work and increased HIV risk among sexual minority street-involved youth (2010): Sexual minority street youth are not only more likely to engage in survival sex work but also demonstrate elevated HIV risk behavior.
Sex Workers and the Gay Community (2013): Why then the opprobrium that so many gays have against male sex workers?
These two epics, along with the Homeric Hymns and the two poems of Hesiod, Theogony and Works and Days, comprised the major foundational works of the Greek literary tradition.
The lyric poets Sappho, Alcaeus, and Pindar were highly influential during the early development of the Greek poetic tradition.