Noumea Street ActionDated Added: Fri Dec 23 2005 Submitted by: Helping The Hobbyist Community
[Cherry popping proof of prostitution in New Caledonia found in a kind of academic paper about Kanak women, which makes brief mention, as follows...]
In the city, that is, Noumea the capital, there are some Kanak women who are involved in prostitution, frequenting bars, dancing-spots and night-clubs. The great majority of those who work are housekeepers, in other words, good at doing everything, and underpaid - in brief, real slaves of their white bosses. Those few women who have gone to high school are nurses, teachers and office workers. With that, they consider themselves happy because certain whites call them “Madame” or “Mademoiselle.” Accustomed to being treated as “dirty nigress” for more than a century, they think that today, hearing the titles “Madame” and “Mademoiselle,” they have equality with whites.
(Review # 13411)