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A popular joke among Russian oligarchs has one telling another, 'I have bad news, I have lost billion.' The second replies, 'Well I have lost billion.But the good news is that prostitutes are back to costing 0.'It may seem a typically Russian view of the economic crisis - selling and paying for sex makes up much of Moscow's notorious nightlife, and some 'night butterflies' say they are slashing their prices to compete.The eight-laned highways which stretch out of the sprawling capital of 10.5 million teem with prostitutes, some of whom agree demand for sex has fallen.'Now they often talk about work,' said Olya, who is in her early 20s and works independently without a pimp near the MKAD, the capital's main ring road.'They are afraid of losing their jobs.'On one website where men can search for prostitutes in their area, a banner invites them to de-stress by simply talking: 'When your stock price is falling, what better way to relax than chatting with one of our girls?But they add a new kind of customer has emerged who wants emotional support, not sex.Adriana, a prostitute in her 30s who works in the flat she shares with her 18-year old son, said her role has evolved to being a shoulder for her customers to cry on: 'They complain and many (now) don't come for sex,' she said, downing a flute of champagne in a noisy bar and flicking back her jet-black hair.

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She recalled a recent experience with a client whose salary had fallen by a third: 'He stopped after three seconds and suggested we had drinks and talk.'Sex drive and economic prosperity are strongly linked, said British sex expert, columnist and writer Tracey Cox.'Lots of men define themselves by their jobs and how much money they make...

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