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Frankly, all those questions could be answered in the positive. But, even if I wasn’t in a happy relationship — Shauna makes this choice much easier, for sure — I wouldn’t go that route. I’d be out a therapist.
It’s a beautiful spring night in New York and only sidewalk seating will do. Shauna and I are out to dinner at a restaurant near her Queens apartment, and we’re both in good spirits. The weather and the alcohol consumption are partly to blame for that, but, on cue with the season’s change, I feel I’ve turned an emotional corner. Work payments that were past due are finally finding their way into my bank account. As it turns out, my short-term money troubles were not an indication that I had no business being a writer, or that my life changeup was as irresponsible as unprotected sex at fourteen years old.
I’d told Lori as much that afternoon. I took a mental step back from my current situation and realized that in spite of my recent hardships, I was succeeding. I summarize my session for Shauna, who nods in agreement, lovingly pointing out that she’s had the same challenging freelancer experiences as a dancer.
“You’re doing great, babe,” she says matter-of-factly.
“Thank you. That means a lot,” I respond. “I guess if I’m going to be a writer I just have to accept all this and have faith in myself. The way Lori put it was, ‘You just have to go all-in.’”
“Good,” Shauna says. “You should listen to the women in your life.”
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International Women’s Day 2015: Thousands of female migrants forced into prostitution in Italy every year.
Prostitutes wait for customers at Flaminio road in Rome (Reuters)
Every year thousands of female migrants from all over the world are forced into prostitution as soon as they reach Italy.
Women and girls spend their nights on the streets across the peninsula and, sometimes, also work in apartments that they are not allowed to leave.
Often beaten and generally mistreated, these unfortunate women can have the money they generate taken from them by their procurers, under threat to them, or often to their families back in their countries of origin, if they refuse to work or seek to escape.
Rosanna Paradiso is the president of the Italy-based Tampep, an NGO that promotes the human and civil rights of migrants and migrant sex workers. She believes every year thousands of women and girls are kidnapped and smuggled into Italy and other European countries and forced into sex slavery of one form or another.
“There are kidnappings aimed at providing prostitutes,” she told IBTimes UK. “These women and girls become slaves. In some cases – such as the ones involving Albanian women – they are kidnapped by their boyfriends who convince them to go to Italy and then force them to become prostitutes.”
Paradiso explained that what she calls “the trade of sex workers in Italy” has changed over the years.
“At the beginning of 1990s, women used to come to Italy by plane,” she said. “They departed from African states such as Ivory Coast and Nigeria and flew with Alitalia and Air France. They were mainly African prostitutes.
“Today the majority of migrant sex workers in Italy are still Nigerian, but following world events such as the fall of the Berlin wall and the conflicts in Ex-Yugoslavia, women from other countries started coming to Italy, sometimes through Russia, suggesting that the criminal organisation behind prostitution is well structured in more than just one country,” she continued.
“Changes have occurred in terms of trade and routes. After 1990’s, women started coming first through Morocco and Spain. Today, a lot of women come from Libya asking for asylum status due to the political unrest in their country.They are then forced into prostitution.”
Paradiso also explained that migrant sex workers today are forced to work for long hours due to the economic recession and widespread competition.
“The global crisis has led to a decrease of rates for prostitution and thus prostitutes have to work more to earn the same amount of money they used to make a few years back.
“The financial crisis has also led to a fierce competition as nowadays prostitutes in Italy and other areas of Europe come from at least 50 different countries.”
Nigerian prostitutes in Italy Flickr/ Creative Commons.
The dangers of being on the streets.
Street prostitution poses a serious risk for women who can be harassed and even killed, Paradiso explained, urging authorities to increase investigations.
“In 1990’s we knew exactly how many women had been killed, but today we don’t know the exact figures as the phenomenon is widespread,” she said.
“Sometimes we don’t even know the identity of the prostitutes because they don’t have documents or use fake names. Police forces should investigate until they find out the identity of the victims and the culprits.”
In order to help street prostitutes, Tampep provides so-called “street unities” formed by people who approach sex workers and explain to them what they can do to escape their condition of slavery.
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