I was doing a variant on ego-Googling and checking the "people who bought this book also bought" feature for my two books. Amazon's are really boring and predictable -- people who bought "Paying For It" bought other books about sex work, and people who bought "Three Kinds of Asking For It" bought other Susie Bright collections. Ho hum.
But Last Gasp's are hilarious -- and weirdly apt.
Real Live Nude Girl: Chronicles of Sex-Positive Culture
This Is Heroin
Baby! (a collection of baby-themed graphics from India)
The Copyright Handbook: How to Protect and Use Written Works
J&L Illustrated 2 (an illustrated fiction collection)
The Skullz Press Compendium (tattoo-inspired graffiti art)
Me Write Book: It Bigfoot Memoir
Even a Daughter Is Better than Nothing (a travel book about Outer Mongolia)
So people who are buying literary smut are also pursuing an eclectic assortment of modern cultural interests, only occasionally connected to sex. And people who are buying the guidebook for sex work customers are pretty much buying dirty comics and dirty picture books.
And good for them. Both groups.