In approximately 300 words, critically respond to “Selling Sex for Visas: Sex Tourism as a Stepping-stone to International Migration” by Denise Brennan. Pay special attention to the opening and closing pages. On the first two pages of the essay, Brennan references that the sex workers are employing an “advancement strategy;” and in the last paragraph of the essay, Brennan implies that the sex workers can be savvy and resourceful, thereby only “so-called powerless”—which means, actually powerful. Consider the rhetorical effect of this opening and closing framing of the sex workers as powerful strategists who aim to advance in life through sex work. Is this image of the strategist consistent with the examples of sex worker experiences within the essay? Does the sense of powerful strategist help or hinder a call to advocacy for this issue?