on to more loosely themed exhibits on the likes of erotic nineteenth-century photography, lurid tales of royal exploits, and the history of prostitution in Copenhagen. to Marilyn Monroe as sex symbol, and another on the sex lives of famous people from Charlie Chaplin to Karl Marx, who apparently liked telling dirty jokes. In her book Big Sister, photographer Hana Jakrlova explores an internet sex club in Prague where the clients get to have sex for free as long as they agree "Hopefully the viewers of my work will go beyond the fact that I just photographed prostitution because that was not the reason I did it," Jakrlova says. In Calcutta, sex workers organize. In: P. T. Clough and J. Shameful separations and embarrassing proximities: Affective constructions of political (il)legitimacy in the Danish debate on prostitution. Nordic Journal of Lützen, K. (). Byen tæmmes: Kernefamilie, sociale reformer og velgørenhed i tallets København.