I’m 5’7″, 119 pounds, with long legs, hazel eyes, full lips, and a slim body that has been getting attention since I entered puberty… I grew up in central Russia. When I was little, I wanted to be a tour guide and see the world…
I arrived in New York City from Chelyabinsk, a city right in the middle of Russia, when I was 19 years old, with $300 in my pocket. I turned 24 in March and have managed to save $200,000, by fucking for money.
… White girls can charge the most, at least in New York. Then Spanish girls, then Asians (Koreans and Japanese tend to demand more than Chinese), then black girls… In any case, I took advantage. I charged top dollar. What amazes me is some of the American girls who only charge $400. I don’t know if it’s because they’re stupid, or too lazy to study the competition, or they’re not as serious about their work.
Tens of thousands of young fertile women flee Russia every year, looking for opportunity, marriage, family, good education, adventure — things not available in Russia.
Life in Russia was never any great shakes for most girls, and the allure of the larger outside world has always exerted a strong pull on the young of the frozen steppe.
Inside Russia, a profitable industry of international human trafficking of young girls has ties that reach to the upper echelons of the Kremlin mafia-KGB oligarchy. Some high level Russian officials may want to stop this constant bleeding out of Russia’s future. But the money is just too good.
One wouldn’t know it from the actions of Russia’s government, but good intentions are plentiful if you know where to look. But in Russia, good intentions are always vetoed for the sake of short term monetary and ideological expediency.
Russia is a land of revolutions, and while the Kremlin won’t admit it, Russia is poised on the dangerous brink of another.
Capital flight, brain drain, womb drain, the steady depopulation of Siberia, the replacement of ethnic Russians in Moscow and St. Petersburg by muslims from Central Asia, the steady decay of the Russian military, the decrease in fit military-age males, a pandemic of alcoholic despair and suicidal escape — these are just a few of the long-term problems that the Kremlin has turned its back on.
Meanwhile, something Putin hadn’t counted on — a drop in oil prices — haunts the halls of the Kremlin like the ghost of revolutions past.