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The air is thick with stale cigarette smoke, and the mirror-lined walls are smeared and cracked. A gold crucifix gleams on his chest. There's a large notebook on the chair beside him.
Every so often, an attractive, young, Slavic-looking woman walks over, and he opens the notebook so she can sign her name. Not quite strip clubs, not quite brothels, super nightclubs represent the seedy underside of Lebanon's famous night life. Owners import women, usually from Eastern Europe or Morocco, to work in their clubs under an "artist" visa.
It's understood, however, that "artist" is really just a euphemism for "prostitute. Although the women come voluntarily, it's not clear how many of them understand what their job will actually entail. According to Jad, most know what they're getting into. Once in Lebanon, however, the women's passports are usually confiscated until their contract is over. That might be only the tip of the iceberg, however, as the industry also generates under-the-table income through prostitution.
Although prostitution is technically legal in Lebanon under a law, it's only permitted in licensed brothels -- and the Lebanese government stopped issuing the licenses in Therefore, any prostitution that occurs in super nightclubs is nominally illegal.