Surekha Kamble brushes her hair in preparation for her evening's work. Kamble has been a Devadasi sexworker since she was sixteen and lives in Miraj's redlight district. Her mother was a Devadasi sexworker and as is tradition, she and her sister too became Devadasis. She is also a peer educator involved in raising awareness in her community about HIV/AIDS as well as other sexually transmitted diseases. Her two daughters, Chandrike and Ropani, are both being educated at a residential school for the children of Devadasis and she has hopes that they will not follow her into the Devadasi lifestyle.