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All of the adult venues are pretty invisible in Cairo but they do exist.The same law to prosecute gay men is the same as the one the authorities are using to charge sex workers.‘We are against this law because it is very oppressive,’ Abdella told Gay Star News.‘It is used in many ways in the suppression of personal freedom.’There have been at least 150 arrests of LGBTI people since Abdel Fattah el Sisi assumed presidency of Egypt.It is also the 19th largest city in the world, and among the world's most densely populated cities. Police department officially combats prostitution but, like almost all other countries, prostitution exists in Egypt.The prostitutes in Egypt are Egyptian, Russian, and of many other nationalities.They then accused Ayman of being ‘insane’ and promoting ‘immorality’. Ibrahim Abdella, an Egyptian human rights activist from the group Solidarity with Egypt LGBT, said police are tracking the Facebook profiles of the LGBTI community, using their contacts, chat histories, pictures and posts as evidence of their ‘crimes’.
If they feel there isn’t enough to charge them, they ‘trap’ people by tricking them into a false date with a police officer.
In hotels such as the Marriott and the Four Seasons in Cairo, prostitutes targeting foreigners charge anywhere from $450 per hour to thousands of dollars for overnight visits.
The prostitution system in Egypt often depends on pimping, although women also work alone.
Pimps in Egypt organize the work of a group of prostitutes and receive a percentage of their profits. This system is mainly used in Cairo and Alexandria and other big cities.
Sexworkers can be found from fancy hotels in Cairo.
There were various houseboats moored on the banks of the Nile served the purpose for what could be termed a"red light district" in Cairo.