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The first official brothels opened in St. Petersburg in the middle of the 19th century. Medical and police committees were set up in to register prostitutes, and one year later a law on prostitution was passed. By the turn of the century both the brothels and tastes in women had changed, but the fundamental system of this legal business remained. For her troubles, the madam took two-thirds of a prostitute's earnings. Men would come here to end their night after the restaurants had closed.
A solitary sex worker not associated with any brothel was known as a blank-sheet prostitute. They were issued special blank sheets, hence the name. These girls were frequently assaulted by criminals and psychopaths. In a series of violent murders in St. Petersburg newspapers in the early 20th century frequently ran advertisements similar to the ones below:. Petersburg's Alexander Park had a scandalous reputation in the early 20th century. By the beginning of World War One, the number of St.
Petersburg sex workers operating without yellow tickets or blank sheets had grown incomparably higher. Prostitutes without blanks, detained by police. At the same time, child prostitution was thriving in St. Some girls were offering sex services in exchange for a box of sweets or a nice dress. This is an abridged version of the article first published in Russian by Arzamas Academy. If using any of Russia Beyond's content, partly or in full, always provide an active hyperlink to the original material.
Its economy was growing rapidly, attracting migrants from all across the Empire, as well as Europe. The young single men flocking to the city came with insatiable carnal needs. At the same time, the aristocracy and the new class of businessmen were increasingly decadent and indulged in all sorts of sexual excesses. Take a close look at the secret world of prostitutes in late tsarist-era St.