The supply of male prostitution has increased due to the crisis.
Barcelona, October 27 .- The supply of male prostitution has increased since the beginning of the crisis and the profile of people who engage in this activity has changed with the incorporation of immigrants and middle class man, according to notes the documentary " Homes in penumbra "that TV3 broadcast next Sunday.
The documentary, which will be broadcasted in the program "30, eve online isk for sale, Minutes", contains the testimony of several sex workers explain their experiences and relate the changes that have occurred in this profession in recent years.
"Prices have fallen 50 percent and supply has increased as a result of the crisis," said director of the documentary, Llibert Ferri.
The increase primarily due to higher supply of immigrant sex workers, which currently, final fantasy xiv gil, account for 85 percent of the total, but "between the native also supply has tripled, according to Ferri.
Internet has contributed to this increase and now "80 percent of contacts made in the network", but "saunas continue to function as meeting places."
Those interviewed in the documentary avoid using the word hustler, because they consider, fallen earth buy chips, pejorative, and prr to call themselves sex workers or escorts escort girl.
"All the same, but often called escorts who offer a service more expensive and elitist," said Lucas, a sex worker who speaks six languages Spanish and holds a degree in sociology.
"More and more people are indigenous and with a good, ffxiv gil, formation that come into this world because they can maintain a good standard of living," said Ferri.
However, strong competition "forces sex workers more expensive to travel out of Spain in search of customers with high purchasing power."
Lucas often spend time in different cities of the world, which is "a minimum of one week, because that is the time needed for the trip will go on account", says in the documentary.
Almost all the interviewees featured in the documentary to the light, her face obscured to avoid being recognized because "it is still not legally recognized activity and frowned."
In fact, "many of them have family or friends who do not know who are engaged in prostitution," according to the director of the documentary.