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Prostitution is widespread in India, although it is currently a contentious issue.See also: List of red-light districts all over the world In 2007, the Ministry of Women Development reported the presence of over 3 million female sex workers in India.In front of open sewers, they chat on mobile phones and flirt with customers, who follow them into the dark doorways of decrepit brothels, up winding staircases into tiny rooms with just a bed, television and posters of Hindu gods on the walls. travel restrictions on visas for sex workers mean thousands of them have been unable to attend the annual International AIDS Conference (IAC), the world's largest forum to discuss policy on fighting the deadly virus.In the global battle against HIV/AIDS, sex workers like those in Sonagachi are a crucial link in a chain of infection that some 20,000 experts gathered in Washington are debating how to break -- but without having foreign sex workers there. In protest, sex workers from around the world have been staging a parallel conference in Kolkata -- a five-day "Sex Worker Freedom Festival" to demand an end to the discrimination many face due to their profession.All you need is a headphone and you can start chatting. Kolkata (Bangla:কলকাতা) (formerly Calcutta) is the capital of West Bengal and one of the largest urban agglomerations in India. Kolkata is an 'in your face' city that shocks and charms the unsuspecting visitor.Long known as the cultural capital of India and home to the Bengal Renaissance, 'The City of Joy' continues to spawn generations of poets, writers, film directors and Nobel Prize winners.Indian sex workers cover their faces as they react to the camera while watching a rally as part of the week-long sex workers' freedom festival at the Sonagachi red-light area in Kolkata July 24, 2012. "Police have arrested me, clients have hit me when I ask them to wear a condom. On Tuesday, more than 5,000 sex workers - including heavily made-up transgenders in wigs and saris and bare-chested African men - walked through Kolkata's street, carrying banners and chanting "U.
According to the complainants, the woman, who gave advertisements in the news papers offering female telecallers’ jobs, allegedly asked the new joiners to have a sexual conversation by calling up people.“We were offered a telecallers’ job and were given a seven day training.We cannot even go to big meetings where decisions about us are being made." The United States is hosting the annual IAC for the first time in 20 years, after President Barack Obama lifted a travel ban on HIV-positive people in 2009.