About sharing image captionFilm makers Tracy Harris and Chris Rushton interviewed prostitutes working in both massage parlours and on the street Some people might find it prostitutes in waterbury city to understand why women turn to prostitution, but a new BBC documentary made during six months explores the stories of the single mothers, teenagers and addicts who have become sex workers in Cardiff, Swansea and Newport to make ends meet.
Here are a few of their stories. You have got to buy all these things for your children's uniforms, there's this and there's that.
It just goes through one hand and out the other. I just want to put money back and save for my children. Money, put back, that's it. Bills, job done. She tried working in a massage parlour and has been a sex worker ever since.
That's the only way that you can do this job is just the minute you've done it is just forget it, forget what they look like, just prostitutikn what you have done. It depends how strong you are and willing to get out of it, I suppose. Her children were taken away from her and she turned to prostitution to pay the bills.
She has been a prostitute working on the streets for the past 15 years. I don't want to have to work on the street. I cardidf to walk away from it all.
You have got to have determination. I'm not just interested in going out there and getting, some nights you're just stood out there for hours on end with nothing, and it breaks your heart. There's no ties, there's no love, there's no commitment.
It was Everything happened that year, you name it, it happened. My dad died, my friends died, I lost my children, my husband walked out on me, I lost my home. I was coming down to tell him I was getting married, and the next thing I knew my mum is knocking on the door telling me he had died. It broke my heart it really did. I cried non-stop for days. That's how I got into the heroin, cos I couldn't stop crying and someone said 'here have a couple ten lines of this'.
And I had a couple of lines to stop me from crying and fell asleep, and the next thing I knew I was hooked on it. I carfiff I'd never have touched it. I really do. She left her only child behind to be looked after by his grandmother. After every client she calls home to hear her mother's voice.
Because it is very difficult country Romania, because if you don't have money you don't make school, you don't have nothing in there. To many women it feels like prison. I don't know how to explain it.
It is just like open the door, close the door, open the door, close the door. And there you are not free. All names have been changed. Related Topics.