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Girls for sale: Indramayu’s prostitution production line.
One region in Indonesia supplies a hugely disproportionate number of the country’s prostitutes, many of them in their mid-teens. Michael Bachelard visits Indramayu to ask why so many families are selling their daughters.
SHARE Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Link “Cash cows”: Nur’Asiah, a sex worker in her room in Indramayu, West Java. Photo: Eka Nickmatulhuda.
Son is the pimp from central casting. Dressed in black skivvy and pants, he’s boastful and loquacious with a chunky gold ring and “Barbie Girl” for a phone ringtone.
He claims he no longer works in Indonesia’s thriving sex industry, but then extols his judgment as a purveyor of girls.
“Men like a body like a guitar,” he says, appraising the form of my companion and Good Weekend photographer, Eka Nickmatulhuda.
Until last year, Son worked as a “channeller”, supplying village girls from the Indramayu region of West Java to the brothels of Jakarta and Sumatra.
“If a family wanted to sell their girl, they’d usually come to me and say, ‘Can you help my daughter? Can you take her?’ ‘Okay, what do you want?’ I’d say. ‘We want a house.’ ”
Son would then tell the parents if their desires were realistic: “A pimp can see if the girl is pretty enough, how many guests she will get per night. It’s as simple as that.”
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The parents would get a loan and their daughter would pay it back with her labour, usually over 2 to 3 years. “They are like a cash cow, but they need to work hard,” Son says.
A disproportionate number of Indonesia’s prostitutes come from this one small cluster of villages in West Java. Not every girl here becomes a sex worker, but again and again in these villages we hear the same story: when an Indramayu family has a baby girl, they celebrate. They know that, if it becomes necessary in the future, she’ll be able to support her whole family. Indramayu has become the region that sells its daughters.
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Nur’asiah is a slight 21-year-old. On the wall of her grandparents’ house in the Indramayu village of Bongas hangs a picture of her as a little girl dressed up as a princess. But this young woman is herself the mother of a six-year-old son, born when she was 15. She is also a veteran of an 18-month career as a prostitute and “sexy dancer” in the King Cross bar in the north Jakarta suburb of Kelapa Gading.
“A friend from a nearby village offered me the job,” Nur’Asiah says. “She was also a sexy dancer.”
Girls there were paid about $10 for dancing four times a night, and another $1 if her guest bought a drink. But the real money was for sex. At first Nur’Asiah only wanted to dance, but the bar owner pushed the point.
“The boss suggested I take some money for the family,” Nur’Asiah says. “After he offered that, I called home, asking people here what they wanted . I knew then that by saying yes, I’d have to do sexy dancing ‘plus plus’. ”
The loan was 30 million rupiah (about $3000), which her family used to renovate their house and buy a motorbike and rice seeds. Money also went to support Nur’Asiah’s son. She’d accompany clients back to their hotels, earning 1 million rupiah (about $100) for sex.
“The first time I was nervous and afraid because he was a stranger, and I was sad because it was not with someone I liked or loved,” she says. “I feel like I was forced. I didn’t like it, but I needed the money.”
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