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“Sex workers”, as they are known by non-government organizations, typically don’t trust journalists.
It’s rare for them to accept a journalist into their home, which is usually temporary accommodation.
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.
I’ll soon put an end to this and I will no longer do it!
The two women claim the business in Western Europe is dominated by “various Eastern Europeans.” About a week after our first meeting, before sitting in a café, we go to see their new place from the outside. A little girl is very happy to see Magda and hugs her legs. A neighbor standing nearby is staring at the group that is chatting cheerfully.Prostitution in Bulgaria is neither fully criminalised nor decriminalised.Prostitutes live in an uneasy limbo, vulnerable to abuse.Magda and Natalia work independently in their own lodgings - they can “set their own rules” and refuse clients. Even now I turn off the lights, when the moment comes,” Magda says.She has seen a few things that “have disgusted her forever”.