Padua red light district. Migrants sell themselves for food.
In Padua, a type of red light district has been created in which women and old people go in search of young migrants
Women in search of men in Padua: the zone between Piazza De Gasperi and the area of the train station has been transformed into a red light district where women and old people seek out young men of color.
The payment may not be in money, but rather in food.
The testimony [of witnesses]
The search starts as soon as the sun goes down. The targeted prey are young (male) immigrants, mostly Senegalese, who are in need of a meal and who barter for it with sex. “The Senegalese young men position themselves between Via Cairoli and Corso del Popolo. Luring them are women of middle age,” explains a businessman who has a business near there, in the pages of Il Gazettino.
Another witness explains: “It is true. They are approached by women and at times they are paid in food.” A circle that has transformed the migrants into boy toys. The phenomenon has been present in the zone since January. “It has been a couple of months that I have been seeing the movement. I have often noted women approaching the African young men, but sometimes also men. It goes on at all hours of the day.”
Hat tip: CrossWare.