Brothels push HIV/AIDS check-up for sex workers
Luh De Suriyani
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM In the early hours of Sunday morning, Ni Wayan Eka scanned the street for potential clients out the front of her brothel in Carik. While the previous night had been busy and profitable, the brothel was enduring both a lull in clients typical with the business low season and a significant growth in competition within Denpasar's sex industry. Despite having five rooms at her institution, Eka rarely ...
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