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On weekdays, she works all day as a temp-staff office worker to raise her teenage daughter. Today, the taboo community provides women like her with the semblance of a social safety net, superseding the existing public assistance that experts criticize as too fragile and contingent on an old, traditional family model that no longer works.
Poverty experts say the entrenched tendency to label the sex industry an unconditional evil will only leave those who work in it marginalized and stymie access to the public support they need. Of the Things grow even more dire among single mothers like Endo, who, despite working nonstop, can earn barely enough to support their families. A study of single-parent households by the welfare ministry revealed that Among men, only 8. While she recently switched to being a temporary worker with full-time hours, she wound up jobless at the end of June when her contract expired.
With her rent late this month, Endo said she was popping out of her deriheru shift when possible to desperately take in one job interview after another. With vaginal intercourse prohibited by the Prostitution Prevention Law, most business operators seek to circumvent it by ostensibly offering a gamut of services that stop short of outright sex, from French kissing to oral and anal sex. In reality, however, vaginal sex, euphemistically called honban real play , is something of an open secret in places such as soaplands.
Fuzoku sometimes proves to be the only viable career option for financially challenged women, particularly single mothers, due to its considerably loose working style. Yamaguchi not her real name said she delved into the industry about a year ago to help offset a plunge in household income after her husband lost his career. Add to this flexibility the instant payment aspect, and cash-strapped women like Shoko Hayama, 48, find the business a life-saver the likes of which she believes is nonexistent anywhere else.
Hayama, who requested her real name not be published because she keeps her plight hidden from her husband, said she is considering filing for personal bankruptcy.