Paolo Patrizi’s photo essay “Migration” documents a young Nigerian woman who sells her body on Italian roadsides through her own accord so she can send money back to her family. “Most migrant women, including those who end up in the sex industry, have made a clear decision to leave home and take their chances overseas,” the photographer says. “For many girls prostitution in Italy has become an entirely acceptable trade and the legend of their success makes the fight against sex traffickers all the more difficult.”
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Paolo Patrizi's photo essay "Migration" documents a young Nigerian woman who sells ...