Not Natasha (by Dana Popa)

Dana Popa (Rumania, 1977), bajó a los infiernos de la mano del Open Society Institute para documentar lo que queda de un grupo de mujeres que han sido víctimas del trafico sexual durante años.

Explica que son engañadas por amigos, por vecinos que les prometen un trabajo en la ciudad que las va a sacar del hambre y la pobreza. Son mujeres que jamás hubieran abandonado su aldea. Su pecado es que no fueron capaces de intuir que lo peor las esperaba tras la puerta de sus casas. Retratos de lo que queda de unas mujeres que sobrevivieron a la sordidez, al canibalismo y al inframundo.

Los depredadores ya no viven entre baobabs, ahora llevan planchados los cordones de los zapatos y beben Veuve Clicquot entre millonarias obras de arte, como si eso fuera a apagar el ruido de fondo que, de noche, a solas, emite su eterna maldad.

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Dana Popa (Romania, 1977), descended into hell in the hand of the Open Society Institute to document what remains of a group of women who have been victims of sex trafficking for years.

Explain that they are deceived by friends, neighbors who promise them a job in the city that will take the hunger and poverty. They are women who have never left their village. Their sin is that they were not able to sense that the worst was waiting behind the door of their houses. Pictures of what remains of some women who survived the squalor, cannibalism and the underworld.

Predators no longer live among baobabs, now carry ironed the shoelaces and drink Veuve Clicquot between millionaire art, as if that would turn off the background noise at night, alone, gives its eternal evil.

(via: http://www.cienojos.org/)

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