An employee, who requested anonymity, at a popular nightclub in central Tijuana. Their hips cocked upward, just enough to emphasize their assets. While sex work may be legal in Tijuana, sex workers are still treated as second-class citizens. He claimed he was a veteran and promised that his disability checks would soon begin arriving. In the US you'd get kicked out of the club, prosecuted for harassment, fired from your job, and probably listed as a sex offender. Still, the group is small: The sisters estimated that there are currently 60 active members, a drop in the bucket compared to the thousands of women in the industry. Right shoulders leaned ever so casually against the wall. Here in Mexico, men are free to use their money and privilege any way they choose, the women said.
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