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Mohie, a homosexual sex worker talks morality, family values and shows a little bit of the world he used to belong to. The morals of this world are baffling; people could stand idly by and witness genocides and the displacement of entire populations, but a woman wearing a short skirt can spark a riot in outrage over her 'morality'.
Laughable, still, is the fact that all the world with its morals is obsessed with sex, we see it everywhere, from TV commercials, to sci-fi films and music. The first structures built by settlers of most cities in history were homes for shelter, pubs or taverns for laughs and fun, and brothels for sex. A profession as old as humanity, prostitution has been the subject of many films and novels in Egypt and the world throughout history, and the archetype of the 'whore' is one we have encountered much too often.
In spite of an image that has been eternally judged by civilisation and its moralisation of sex, the power and sway of the 'whore' is legendary. He has now ceased his operations because of a variety of reasons, but mainly because he started to fear for his safety and consequently the safety of his wife and three children. In the beginning, you are excited, so many people want your body, there is a certain power in that. Mohie identifies as a gay man, a fact he realised after his first child was born, and he catered to other gay men who had the money and desire to pay for his time.
His longest and by his admission most profound relationship was with another sex worker, a relationship Mohie had to end as he feared for his safety. He was a sex worker and by dating another sex worker, the chances of his getting arrested were higher. He decided to end his relationship and lay low for a while, at least until the arrests blew over. For the most part, Mohie met his clients online, they would reach an agreement and set a meeting with a time and place.
Each time he went out, he feared he may not return home that night, that he would be arrested and have to call his family to bail him out and explain to them where he was and why; a scandal. But there was no other option and he vowed he would be smart and careful each time, so he could avoid landing himself in jail. Though he had been educated, the prospects, even for an educated man in Egypt are few and far between if his class does not afford him the luxury of being able to keep his family safe, send his children to good schools, and on some days even food for himself and his family is a luxury.