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Broadly categorised as "survival sex" (using sex to survive economically), these youngsters not only earn money in return for sexual favours but also insist that they be taken to plush parties, elite clubs and upmarket hangouts.For Kirit Patel, 19, survival sex not only earns him Rs 10,000-15,000 a month but also gives him an entry into high society.These were mostly middle-class youth, still studying or fresh out of college.Says Humsafar Chairman Ashok Row Kavi: "The commodification of sex has reached a crescendo." Unlike professional gigolos, the call-boy brigade doesn't look at sex as a career option but treats it like another way of making easy money.Rizwan, 21, a third-year college student, likes to accompany foreign business personnel to evening entertainment in plush places.
His message reads: "Satisfaction guaranteed for your wildest fantasies." He describes himself as a "hunk of the first order with great virility". Never on weekends, though, because that is when he meets his girlfriend.
"I am a healthy young man with a healthy sexual drive," Akram declares. A college drop-out, Akram works in his uncle's construction company.
You could meet him at the city's swankiest pub, jiving in his torso-hugging, short-sleeved T-shirt and Levi's jeans. Or be introduced to him at one of those numerous launches at 5-star hotels. Young, anywhere between 15 and 25 years, he could even be the type you would take home to meet your parents.
Except they certainly would not approve of his alternative calling: a teenage prostitute, toy boy, hustler. Perhaps a more appropriate description would be "cyber stud", since cyberspace is where most of the city's call-boys ply their trade.
In the random sampling survey, 6,000 males were interviewed of which 20 per cent youth (in the 14-30 age-group) admitted they hawked sex as just any other commodity to make money.
The report indicates that 57 per cent of them reported bisexual behaviour and the average earning of 64 per cent was Rs 6,000 a month.