A review of transactional sex for natural resources: Under-researched, overstated, or unique to fishing economies?
Environmental change is projected to decrease the availability of key natural resources. We therefore recently reviewed all published reports of transactional sex for natural resources to understand how resource scarcity, and fluctuations due to climate change, shape behavior. The review, led by my former post-doc and now Prof Katie Fiorella appeared in Global Public Health. Check out our article to see the trends in this behavior, and why we think there is so much emphasis on fish-for-sex.