The Gentlemen’s Club

Girls barely budding open their legs to make a living, alongside the toothless and rancid of breath; hair thick with lice, they all find customers if the price is right, against the wall or on sheets well-soiled. Their holes cost but a shilling. Skins grow thick and claws sharp.
― Emmanuelle de Maupassant, The Gentlemen’s Club

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