Mal etwas im Netz gestöbert da Moldawien hier noch jungfräulich ist:
Prostitution in Moldawien ist illegal.
Aus Wikipedia : Prostitution in Moldova is an illegal activity but is widespread and socially acceptable. UNAIDS estimate there to be 12,000 prostitutes in the country.
In der Lobby und an der Bar des Radisson Blu Hotel, Chisinau kann man SDl´s finden
Auch kann man semi-professionelle Lady´s im Chisinau Military Club treffen.
Chisinau und andere Städte in Moldawien kann man Sex für ca. 20-30 Euro bekommen
During the summer, Calea Basarabiei street from Chisinau has been flooded by sex workers providing paid sexual services. They are not scared by big fines, and make more than an average monthly salary in just one day. A fine for working as a prostitute equals a price for an hour of sex. Street prostitutes usually start working at 5pm in Calea Basarabiei whore street. Police regularly raids the area near the Calea Basarabiei market, but it helps only for a short period of time.
it is highly risky to deal with street prostitutes in Moldova. Hotel and club prostitution is much more common in Chisinau than the street prostitution.
Rai - Gentlemen's Club
Prostitutes in Moldova are known locally by a variety of names:
Stradă (street worker) - work on the street, often drug addicts or alcoholics
Scaun (stool) - work in bars and restaurants
Lumânare (candle) - stand on the side of main roads
Călători (travellers) - accompany car and truck drivers on journeys
Prostituate cu acoperiș (prostitutes with a roof) - indoor workers
Interdevochka (intergirls) - work in upmarket hotels, usually entertaining foreign clients
So long Sabata