Abolicionizmo Muziejus


“I came looking for a better life, because where I grew up there were very little of opportunities. But everything costed: home, food, clothes, studies. When you don’t know language, you don’t have an education yet, work experience, what can you do? No one wants to deal here with a black woman. So you do what you can to survive, to make up a living. Prostitution seemed like the easiest and most adjustable way to earn money. You grasp it, like a normal job. You really focus on not thinking about it the other way, because it can make you go crazy. You just go and work and forget what happens there and be grateful for the money you have.”