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Radmila is still in contact with her family, but she conceals her new life from them.“When my parents visit, I dress down and tell them I’m still studying, although I know they’ll find out one day,” she said.“My brother will kill me.”Svetlana Anokhina is a reporter for MK v Dagestane newspaper, and is based in Makhachkala.
), is a federal subject (a republic) of Russia, located in the North Caucasus region.
What sets it apart is that she lives in Dagestan, a largely Muslim republic where rural life is still governed by strict traditional codes.
In the villages, women’s reputations can be tainted by the merest rumour of impropriety.
When Radmila came to the Dagestani capital Makhachkala to study medicine, she was ashamed that her shabby clothes and meagre possessions betrayed her poor rural background to the other students.“They were so well-presented,” Radmila said of her classmates.
“They all had mobile phones and cool stuff, and I was wearing my sister’s hand-me-downs.“I saw how easily other [girls] lived, and what fun lives they led. Housework, the garden and the livestock to be taken care of.”Although her upbringing was strict, Radmila – not her real name - abandoned her studies when she heard that prostitutes at the local saunas could earn 700 roubles (25 US dollars) an hour.
She’s married and thinks her husband probably knows what she does several times a week at the local sauna.“He hardly earns anything... We have a baby to take care of, and I’m still young, I want to be able to dress up, ” she said.“The lads at the sauna have my phone number...
and when a well-paying client turns up, they give me a call.
They’re not even afraid of being found out and punished,” he said.
Largest among these ethnicities are the Avar, Dargin, Kumyk, Lezgian, Laks, Azerbaijani, Tabasaran and Chechen.
Dagestan has been a scene of Islamic insurgency, occasional outbreaks of separatism, and ethnic tension since the 1990s.
Exam times are particularly busy for brothel owners who find easy prey among girls who have failed their courses and do not want to return home to the countryside.
Some like Tamila, who has been working as a call girl for two years, insist they do it to pay the bills.