WEIGHT: 48 kg
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Things are looking good for Kazakhstan's economy as a whole, but the sex industry is still in the doldrums, according to a detailed analysis published on website Better.
The writer, who goes under the name Ilya Blogger, explains that the market for paid sex in Kazakhstan's commercial capital, Almaty, has remained flaccid due to rising food and fuel prices, despite the worst of the financial crisis being over.
For example, it has now apparently become common for prostitutes to work in pairs. Another trend observed by Blogger is the increase in ethnic diversity among sex workers, perhaps a reflection of the growing cosmopolitanism of Almaty. The process is in constant motion and there is a perennial search for compromise acceptable to both parties.
The most one can engage a prostitute for is one day, he writes. These are mainly single mothers, but you get all sorts. On occasion, prostitutes will even take over entire hotels, as happened with the aptly named Field of Dreams hotel raided by police last year.
Kazakhstani politicians have in the past called for a vigorous ban on advertising for paid sexual services, although such prohibitions are notoriously hard to enforce and. Support Eurasianet : Help keep our journalism open to all, and influenced by none. Skip to main content.