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Thursday, 30 October Ladyboys face crackdown. Rick Valenzuela Srey Lim foreground , a hairdresser by day and a crossdressing male prostitute at night, hangs out at one of her former streetwalking spots in Pursat town last week. The Phnom Penh Post Wednesday, 29 October Gay male prostitutes have solicited on Pursat Bridge for a decade, but a police crackdown has forced them into more dangerous parts of town Pursat Province THE ladyboys of Pursat - gay male prostitutes dressed as women - have been banned from soliciting on the notorious Pursat Bridge, their haunt for at least a decade, but provincial police enforcing the ban say they have the best interests of the prostitutes in mind.
We are not allowing these prostitutes to conduct business on the bridge anymore because it has a negative impact on residents who live close by," said Lok Sary, chief of the Pursat provincial police force. But the move has been a difficult one for the more than 50 ladyboys who work in Pursat, according to Srey Lin, 25, who has been a prostitute in the town for two years.
The police are always nearby, but here we face a lot of problems," she told the Post. They try to steal drugs and money, and sometimes they force us to have sex with them for free.
We only go over to a man if he stops his moto near us. We do not sit or stand on the edge of the road and call out to clients. They always used to fight with gangsters on the bridge. Even though police banned them from the bridge, I can still hear them calling out from the gardens and I think police should ban them from there too. He said it is conducting research into the brothels and that a crackdown is likely to begin soon. Newer Post Older Post Home.