Davis, meanwhile, found that her Parisian vantage strengthened her sense of political exile from racism at home and brought a sense of solidarity with Algerian independence. I salute Nalini for the courage with which she has faced many of the bad people that crossed her paths. Lists with This Book. No one can find any trace of revenge in her voice. Only someone from this part of the world would understand the gritty and humorous undertones in the writing. Perhaps Nalini went through several trials in her life.
The Autobiography Of A Sex Worker (2005)
Aug 10, Manisha Singh rated it liked it. It was then that I realized that I needed to know whatever I could about them, the what, how, why, when, and moreover, the who. Nalini also mentioned the stories of two co-workers who committed suicide due to feuds with their families. One important point of this book is that it has no vulgarity. So it would be wrong to generalize the views and opinions of the author to everyone in the profession but to take it as an individual account. A down to earth narration, a story which a new your friend might tell you during a dinner:
The Autobiography of a Sex Worker by Nalini Jameela
There is a way which Nalini glorifies her profession with her words, at the same time talking about how humiliating parts of her life have been. What comes out of this book is the honest narration of various incidents in the life of the author. What mattered was the money and not the means by which it was acquired. Applicable only on ATM card, debit card or credit card orders.
The Autobiography of a Sex Worker By Nalini Jameela: Book Review
Description: The episodes spoke more about other aspects of her life, a daughter, a wife, a mother, a friend, a businesswoman, rather than her experiences as a sex worker. Her starting to work at an early age and feeling of authority at her home coz of money. Truth is always bitter to taste and most of the people pretend it is dark by blindfolding themselves. Visit our Help Pages. Fiery, outspoken and often wickedly funny, this candid account of one woman's life as a sex worker in Kerala, India became a bestseller when it was first published in Malayalam.