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For instance, once a client wanted her to defecate on his stomach. Magda goes to a gynaecologist more often than most of her colleagues. However, she says that a lot of girls do have unprotected sex because it pays better.Rayna Dimitrova from the Health and Social Development Foundation recalls that Magda was among the few women who volunteered in the past. She has worked in more than five European countries so far, including France, Germany, and Switzerland. The atmosphere there resembles “a doll’s house; it’s pretty and cozy, there are candles, curtains…,” says Magda from the background of the bare, smoky room.

“Now I am broken, but what a beauty I was a few years ago!Natalia had come to prostitute herself there for the first time.“I told her to go home immediately because she would dearly regret it. In Bulgaria as in every country, sex work places range from apartments, to brothels (venues with more than three sex workers), massage parlors, bars and clubs.A small group of people are standing nearby- two feminine boys aged about 18 who gave me a suspicious look, and a girl of about 20. A few nights ago the four flatmates had group sex with a client. It’s so disgusting to see what such a person desires; he wanted the boys to do some very disgusting things. I just couldn’t bear it and went out, it was ridiculous.” Magda has three children, the oldest one being aged 22 and none of them knows what their mother, who visits them every weekend, is doing in the capital.“I was so disgusted by him,” Magda confesses, after we sit in the café. “One of the reasons why I’m still doing this is my desire to buy an apartment for my children.The sex trade thrives in transport hubs throughout the country. Some of the color is smeared on her daughter’s cheeks.

ITAHARI, NEPAL — Soft morning light seeps in through the single window in the small room which Bibina Meya rents for herself and her 2-year-old daughter, Swastika. Meya, 21, a sex worker, is preparing to meet a client in Itahari, a city about 5 kilometres (3.10 miles) from where she lives in Khanar in Nepal’s southeastern region.

I’ll soon put an end to this and I will no longer do it!

” Asked when this will happen, she smiles somewhat guilty: “Soon!

Wait a minute, I’ll show you some pictures,” Natalia chatters away, pointing at a photo album.

In each one of the many pictures she is posing with a different man.

She became a sex worker by force in the nineties: turbulent times when “there were far more pimps.” This happened after Magda fell in love with a boy, but a friend of his, who was prostituting, locked her in an apartment and brought men to her.