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Keep up with this story and more by subscribing now.Kayla Dwyer spent several months in Morocco on an SIT bordel århus Study Abroad program and produced this story in association with Round Earth Media ( undEarthMedia.If she comes home, as she says she does most nights now, it means she wont be earning money that night.Hi Patrick, well, if you're here to see the country as a regular tourist, regardless of your sexual orientation, you'll be fine.Some use drugs or alcohol, like Souad who sometimes shares a joint with her peers in the dark corner of a café in Tangiers old medina.Her application was ignored.Organisation Panafricaine de Lutte Contre le Sida (Pan-African Organization Against aids which is part of the Ministry of Health.
Later, she emails me a story from 2015 which explains why women don't trust the system.
Ettoussi says there are also some prostitutes who attract a well-heeled clientele at expensive bars and nightclubs, men who can pay from 300 to 2,000 dirhams (between 30 and 200).
Not every woman in Morocco has the energy to fight back against harassment.
She rips off her long, traditional robe and headscarf and squeezes a green sweatshirt into her jeans, touching red lipstick to her lips, swollen and bruised by a recent beating from a client.
This is the real prostitution in Morocco, says Souad, walking a pan of yesterdays couscous over to where the boys mother, also a sex worker, is dressing her older child.
She sparks an argument with the man who mutters: "You've got lovely legs or loudly accuses another of theft after he makes sexist comments at the bank.
Souad, 39, hastily enters her second-floor apartment in Tangiers old walled neighborhood of souks, mosques and ancient houses.Some seek sunshine and tranquility; others seek cultural exchange, as well as meeting new people.But, if you're coming.But she's not alone in standing up to sexual harassment.In Morocco, it also limits their freedoms - the freedom to get an education, to go to work, to feel safe in the place they call home.Women who frequent cafés and public places, acting independently and without any sort of pimp, make an average of 200 dirhams, or about 20, per sexual transaction, according to Azzouz Ettoussi, president of the Rabat section.Abdel Issaoui, 24, a student in Tetuoan in northern Morocco, says many young men turn to prostitutes because they need to learn how sex works and they have easier access to sex workers than to Moroccan girls who are encouraged to be virgins.Selma, 22, left an abusive father just six months ago in Salé.Though Souad has a bed to sleep in, she hopes that she doesnt sleep.One 1 in 4 does not use condoms.Souad has been a prostitute for more than 20 years.