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I’m generally interested in the ways in which sexually and socially marginalized people form networks of support and engage in community solidarity and various forms of resistance as a result of the stigma, injustice, structural inequality, and social exclusion they face.Overlapping themes addressed in much of my research include resourcefulness, agency and coping strategies, alternative kinship, migration and transnationalism, mobilities and multiplex subjectivities, and the contestation of binaries such as good/bad, foreign/local, inclusion/exclusion.

The honor was gratifying, but there wasn't much time to reflect on it. This kind of predation seems to be growing in countries where poverty is rampant.

For over a decade, I have collected stories and conducted research with two main groups of folks: young Cambodian women employed in the sex and entertainment sectors, and male and female deported Cambodian-American refugees, or 'Khmer exiled Americans' (KEAs).

I've also conducted London-based research on the queer British-Asian clubbing scene, and the migrant sex industry, as well as on street drug users in New York City.

This is the latest threat in the ever-shifting battle against child predators: webcam child sex tourism.

It used to be that pedophiles had to travel to molest a child, often to countries such as Thailand, Cambodia and the Philippines.

"One victim [in the Philippines] told us she was doing this almost every night," Agent Bassler said. "We do get a lot of reports on this issue," said John Shehan, executive director in the exploited children division at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

"As more people are online with high-speed Internet service, it will continue to grow." The point was driven home recently with a worldwide sting set up by a Dutch children's rights organization, Terre des Hommes.

The study will compare these issues in New York, Sydney, Aukland, Marseille, Paris, and Los Angeles.

When I'm not teaching, much of my time is spent hanging out in Cambodia.

My activism centers on advocacy for the international recognition of the rights of sex workers and those employed in the sex industry, and social justice for those Cambodian-American refugees who fled the Khmer Rouge genocide era in the 1970s-80s, and are now being forcibly deported from the US to Cambodia (a country many have never stepped foot in) for crimes they committed as teenagers.

I am also active in the harm reduction movement, LGBTQ rights and the queer liberation movement.

It was difficult, dangerous and available only to those with means. Homeland Security agents from Pittsburgh traveled to the Philippines in 2011 and identified his young victim. "These cases are considered 'virtual traveler' cases," said one of the agents, James Kilpatrick, a computer forensics expert.