- The Map of My Life: The Story of Emma Humphreys, Astraia Press, 2003
- Straight Expectations, Guardian Faber, 2014
- Exiting Prostitution, editor, Palgrave Macmillan, 2014
- The Pimping of Prostitution, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017
- Feminism for Women, Little Brown, 2021
Press and Media
Julie writes for the following publications and her articles are regularly syndicated worldwide
- Al Jazeera, BBC Online Magazine, Channel 4 Magazine, The Critic, Daily Mail, Daily Mirror, Diva, Evening Standard, Financial Times Magazine, Funeral Service Times, G3 Magazine, Grazia, The Guardian, The Guardian Weekend Magazine, Huffington Post, The Independent, Mail on Sunday, Marie Claire, New Republic, New Statesman, Pet Gazette, Quillette, The Spectator, Standpoint, Stylist, The Sunday Telegraph, The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, The Times, Truthdig (US), Unherd, The Week.
Selected TV appearances in the last decade
- Question Time, Sunday Morning Live, Channel 4, Channel 5, BBC1, BBC2, BBC4 and various ITV programmes including The Big Questions. Julie is a regular guest on Sky News Press Preview for the past decade. She has also appeared in Netflix documentaries.
Selected radio appearances in the last decade
- Numerous BBC Radio 4 programmes including Any Questions, Late-Night Woman's Hour, Moral Maze, Start the Week and Woman's Hour. Julie has also appeared on BBC Radio 3’s Freethinking and Nightwaves, BBC Radio 5 Live and presents press reviews on Late Night 5 Live. She also hosts LBC’s press previews and has given numerous stand-alone interviews.
- A Critical Examination of Responses to Prostitution in Four Countries: Victoria, Australia; Ireland; the Netherlands; and Sweden, Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit of London Metropolitan University, 2003, Bindel, J & Kelly, L.
- Profitable Exploits: Lap Dancing in the UK, London, Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit of Metropolitan University, 2004, Bindel, J.
- Out of Sight?: An Examination of the Off-street Sex Industry in Glasgow, with Additional Information on Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Sterling, Bindel, J and Holmes, P, 2005
- No Escape? An Investigation into London's Service Provision for Women Involved in the Commercial Sex Industry, Bindel, J, 2006
- Press for Change: A Guide for Journalists Reporting on the Trafficking of Women, Bindel, J. CATW, 2006
- Big Brothel - A Survey of the Off-Street Sex Industry in London, Bindel, J; Atkins, H, Poppy Project, 2008
- Slavery: Enfield’s 21st Century ATM, Atkins, H and Bindel, J, 2008
- Who Buy Sex: Who They Buy and What They Know. A research study of 103 men who describe their use of trafficked and non-trafficked women in prostitution, and their awareness of coercion and violence. Bindel, J. Farley, M, and Golding, J, 2009.
- Breaking Down the Barriers: A Study of How Women Exit Prostitution. Bindel, J et al, Eaves and London South Bank University, 2012
- Capital Exploits: A Study of Prostitution and Trafficking in London. Prepared by Eaves for the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime, 2012
- Reframing Reporting of Childhood Sexual Exploitation, Journalism Practice. Sarah Niblock & Julie Bindel, Taylor and Francis online, 2017