Kazakhstan’s Sex Market Flaccid, Says Apparent Expert
Apr 11, 2011
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.kz.
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.
“Prices for sexual services have fallen, particularly on the Internet and in the pages of Karavan [newspaper],” Blogger writes. “If you compare what has happened with the [growing] prices for meat and potatoes, intimate services have become cheaper.”
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