12 Nov 10

Business Booms for Croatia’s Gigolos

Croatia’s once infamous ‘seagulls’, men who ‘entertained’ female tourists in exchange for gifts, appear to have resurfaced as professional, heterosexual male prostitutes whose clients include locals and visitors alike.

By Barbara Matejcic
Zagreb, Split and Opatija, Croatia

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