Author of the best-seller 'The politics of sex', deeply involved in the activity of the American feminist movement, Kate Millett tells us at the beginning of this volume how the 
experience of militant politics has taught her the importance of expressing herself in colloquial language and immediate. A similar effectiveness of recording characterizes 
this conversation for four voices, in which the problem of prostitution is addressed in its psychological, social, economic and aspects, from the perspective of women's 
liberation. Millett and her collaborator, Liz Schneider, are echoed, with an incisive direct testimony, by two women, J. and M., who have lived that experience for years.