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On the eve of Raksha Bandhan ,sex workers of Sonagachi , Kolkata ,tied Rakhi around the waist of passerby, in the hope of receiving equal respect in society. Ministers and politicians were invited by the organisation to celebrate Raksha Bandhan with them. All political, non-political people, officials and intellectuals were invited to attend the event. We want to show the world that being a sex worker we can enjoy as any other human being.
The special event was organised by the Durbar Mahilla Samanvaya Committee, one of the largest community-based organistions of sex workers in West Bengal. We thought to celebrate this auspicious festival to erase the difference between us and other communities. Our main motto is to celebrate every festival with everyone. Also, like every year we are also planning to celebrate Durga Puja here?
Everyday the local children would come over the fence and play.
Daniel loved to play cricket and that was something that connected him with the local boys.
From behind the closed door, heated conversations can be heard.“I wanted Rs 50,000 for an emergency at home.
But they could give only Rs 4,000, that too once a week. ,” said Sonali Singh, her painted lips twitching in anger as she spoke.
The pile of condoms, the bank’s employees said, indicated a slump in business.
The bank engages in social marketing of condoms to promote safe sex and prevent HIV/AIDS in red light areas.
Three months ago, the government pulled out high-value banknotes, triggering a severe cash crunch that has eased a bit now but for the sex workers of Sonagachi and their bank the crisis is far from over.Business for those like Singh is slow, and for the bank savings deposits are down.Plus, restrictions on cooperative banks over exchange of scrapped notes hurt Sonagachi’s cash-only economy.Georgia and Daniel loved the space, found sanctuary on the land, and fell in love with the goats, personally naming each one.It was here that we got to know the children from the village.