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The whores in this district basically own an apartment on the street, and they cater you "jusqu'au plaisir (until pleasure)" for 40-70 euros for sex.It is necessary to add extra fees to take off bra, to touch the body and to change positions.So make sure you negotiate well before paying and tell them what you want before agreeing the price.Some hookers pays an income tax and have social insurance.Actually prostitution is also illegal in Spain, but the control is much less strict in Spain than in France.In the neighborhoods of Chateau Rouge or Barbes in the 18th arrondissement as well as around Rue Saint-Denis in the 2nd arrondissement, newly arrived prostitutes tend to come from English-speaking Africa – Ghana, Nigeria and Sierra Leone. “Each Mama – a former prostitute – controls four or five girls, manages the turf, finds rooms and gets a big cut of the earnings.” The Paris region – especially the Bois de Vincennes, the Bois de Boulogne, the Rue Saint-Denis and the 18th arrondissement – has 600 to 800 streetwalkers, 80 percent of whom are foreigners.You can find female escorts from all over the world working in Paris.Paris is so huge and international city that you can find blacks, whites, Asian, African, latin and any other type of escorts you can dream of.
Even though they are middle-aged, some are sexy enough.You might be lucky and also see young girls from Romania, Ukraine and Russia, but it is quite rare.On the south side of Saint-Denis Arch, there is the most famous Rue St-Denis and its side-street Rue Blondel.They chat while smoking cigarettes, taking advantage of a momentary lull in the traffic to relax, rolling their eyes when truck drivers honk at them.
Gym regulars walk by in their sweatpants, people go shopping and a man looks at them and sighs: “They’re already out on the prowl…”) In Paris on the north side of Saint-Denis Arch, you can see some prostitutes standing in Boulevard Strasbourg (especially at night), most of whom are elder Africans and Asians.By making the clients rather than the prostitutes the guilty party the reform will “turn the current law on its head,” according to French Socialist MP Maud Olivier, who has been the driving force behind the change.