There, the masseurs trawl their clients on the streets, signaling that they’re available by clinking glass bottles together in a rhythmic siren song.
The Samabhavana Society, which partners with Love146, says it reaches out to about 8,000 boys each year.
However, it is clear that free tickets are available.
A report featuring on the group’s official web site said to get free tickets fans will be required to take actions in support of education, equality and sanitation campaigns.
“They come from marginalized families and communities,” Day said.
“There’s a Iot of desire to gain financial independence and go to school, and pay for school, so that motivates them to choose this reality.” In a country where an agricultural job might earn as little as 150 rupees a day, or the equivalent of $2.75, a male masseur in Mumbai can pocket 1,000 to 2,000 rupees ($18.25-$36.50) whenever he engages in sexual activity.
“We show him a dildo and ask him to imagine what it would be like to have anal sex with a client.
We show him pictures of men with sexually transmitted infections and of men with AIDS and tell him that could happen to him without a condom.
“Family members would encourage younger men to go to Mumbai because they knew they would get a job, maybe at a factory, but then they go and find there’s no work,” said Fox, whose project was unveiled at the Brunei Gallery in London last summer with the help of Love146 in Europe.
Fox followed workers in the cramped rooms they often share together in Mumbai’s red light district.
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