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Aguilar, But her own experiences could fill a book, because she has not had an ordinary life. And Casa Xochiquetzal is no ordinary house: It is a shelter for retired or semiretired prostitutes.
After a lifetime spent working the streets, the women were destitute and alone, and had nowhere to go. It is not easy to find the house. It is hidden behind a maze of street vendors. The large wooden doors to the entrance are usually locked. The 16 current residents, ages 53 to 87, are responsible for cooking all their meals and cleaning their rooms and all the public areas.
They follow a schedule that details mandatory tasks, but individual approaches to assigned work can cause bickering among them. Residents also have to take part in the two daily crafts and cooking workshops. The single television, in the patio, is turned on only after 6 p. No drugs are allowed in the house. Sometimes women who are not retired prostitutes are temporarily taken in, usually homeless women who are victims of abuse.
All the women receive medical and psychological treatment. They are survivors. That is what defines them. Violence and abuse, damage and loss, are the threads that link all the stories in the house.
The scar on her left thigh from the knife ripping off her school uniform is still there. She ran away from home at 14, to escape her abusive brother. A truck driver gave her a ride to San Francisco. There, she spent her 15th birthday alone in a bedroom, eating chicken sandwiches and drinking beers. But before long she returned to Mexico. She had the first of her four children at 16, worked in the fields, owned a cabaret, became a professional wrestler and had countless lovers but only one real love.