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A week after he moved in, some friends took him along with them to the Pedion tou Areos, Athens’ main public park. “They told me, ‘We have sex with these guys, and they pay us.’” In his birth country Iran, he had slept with both girls and boys, he said, but never with “old men.” “I got angry,” he said. You can sell drugs, sell sex or work for smugglers to find customers. I didn’t even have 20 cents.” Thousands of migrants and asylum seekers live in Athens, hardly any of whom actually want to stay there.“I had just arrived, and I had to do this just to get some money.” But he stayed in the park for several hours, and after being approached by various men, he had sex with one of them in a wooded area off the main pavilion, for 20 euros (a little over ). The continent’s new border rules have left them trapped on their way to northern Europe, and when their money runs out there's almost no legal way to earn more.The first time Abdullah had sex for money was just two weeks after he arrived in Athens. A lot of strange people.” Some of those people were older men who would come up and start talking to him.He was living at a disused airport along with thousands of other Afghan migrants. It was then that his friends told him why they came to the park.You've seen them sitting at their keyboards, wearing barely anything, winking at you, typing to nobody in particular with thin, lethargic arms: bored and conventionally beautiful.The ads, with flirty video that might be live or recorded years ago, shout at you with promises of "Live Sex Chat" and "Sex Shows", with both amateurs and "pornstars" alike.
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Sami’s Bar, in the run-down Fylis Street neighborhood, has always been a place to meet young migrants.
On a recent Saturday night, the small club was packed with young Iranians and older Greeks. Shirtless guys danced on the bar, while groups of older men settled in at booths with liquor bottles and buckets of ice. Within a few minutes, with one of the dancers acting as translator and negotiator, they settled on a price of 30 euros and left.
This is especially true for people from countries like Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran, whose citizenship classifies them in Europe as “economic migrants,” and who for that reason have been stuck in the city longer than most Syrians, who are considered "refugees." With no money left, some young men sell sex to survive — in Pedion tou Areos, Victoria Square, and various bars and clubs around the city.
In Greece, sex work is legal only in registered brothels. Years of economic hard times have lured more women into prostitution. The male sex trade, on the other hand, is little reported, but it appears to be rising as Greece struggles with its economic and refugee crises.