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Nights are quiet now on Pravda Street. The girls are hidden away, often in taxis parked next to the road. Authorities contend they are battling criminal networks, not prostitution, which Kyrgyzstan decriminalized in They want sex work out in the open where it can be better monitored. Since the vice squads started hitting the streets in November, sex workers complain that though they are not breaking the law, they are often rounded up and taken to police stations.
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In Kyrgyzstan, she says, the disease is spreading quickly and the general response is to isolate those who contract it. Kirichenko says that about people come to her center each month to get tested. We need to get the word to those at high-risk—drug addicts—of contracting HIV to come and get tested too. Kyrgyzstan was once confident it was immune from HIV.
It is often said that prostitution did not exist under Communism. It did. The sex trade was simply tightly controlled and organised with the tacit approval of the authorities. Certain women were allowed to "entertain" the visiting cadets in a handful of local hard currency bars and restaurants.