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Open in a separate window The sections that follow provide results from the qualitative interviews, beginning with a description of how CCs routinely solicit business from long-haul truck drivers. Interviews were not conducted in a systematic fashion. The open-ended interview was designed to allow the interviewer to ask follow up questions based on the respondents' comments. Most interviews captured the themes of the study, but the interviews were not the same from person to person.

We identified several key domains: An additional domain raised by CCs was exposure to violence. Illustrative quotes from truck drivers and CCs are provided for each of the key domains identified. Solicitation CCs described several methods for soliciting truck drivers. The CCs in this study typically arrived at the truck stop around 7 or 8 p.

According to the CCs in the study, sexual interaction usually occurred in the truck driver's cab. After the transaction was completed, CCs would either use that truck driver's CB or knock on other truck drivers' doors to identify additional customers. This process often continued for a few hours; CCs in this study reported up to seven transactions a night. Many spoke of discontentment with their career, but most indicated that this was their only available method of earning money.

Truck stops often hire security in an attempt to protect the site from events such as CC solicitations. However, even with given security arrangements at truck stops, CCs found ways to solicit transactions. They reported having truck drivers pick them up outside of truck stops or driving into truck stops with friends. Usually there's security at night. I've never had any problem. Usually you go around in a car and act like you're getting gas. Or something is set up ahead and… the women point out likely customers and then I'll go around to them.

Often, CCs reported that they would hang out in restaurants at truck stops and wait for a truck driver to pass by and offer a ride. Other approaches were made at rest areas or casinos frequented by truck drivers.

The contact would be made via cell phone before a truck driver arrived at the location. CCs in the study spoke of having up to 20 regulars who visited at varying times throughout the year. Some maintained a social relationship with their regulars, including dinner or drinks before their interaction. How do you make that connection when they come into town?

They usually tell me what dates they'll come through. I have a calendar and they'll come through and I'll wait for them to call me. And when they do call me, we'll [set up] a meeting place.

And when we do get together, we'll go out to eat first because we're more like friends. CCs also reported that many of their regular truck driver customers have wives or girlfriends—a situation that creates a potential bridge for STIs between the general population and CCs via truck drivers' sexual activity.

They have pictures in their trucks or a wedding ring and they'll tell you. As one year-old black male truck driver indicated: You know, you can get sex anywhere, any city and state. You'll notice that most truck stops are in urban areas, low-income, convenient to truck drivers getting in and out. And they draw all kinds of things. You can buy drugs at a truck stop, you can buy sex, and now they got gay people hanging out, whatever you want to call it—the down low—whatever.

A year-old white male truck driver stated: I'd say truck stops and rest areas are probably for most people the place to get AIDS. I remember one rest area not too far out of Oklahoma City—they had to close it down because there were too many prostitutes out there all the time, night and day.

I stopped there one time about 8 or 9 at night and I was there maybe 35 minutes and there were five different women that came up to my truck. Intravenous and illicit drug use The nearly unanimous rationale CCs provided for their occupation was drug addiction, and heroin was the reported drug of choice.

Results suggest that the CCs were caught in a situation in which they worked to feed the addiction and used the addiction to complete the work. For example, a year-old white female CC said: The girls, you know…there are no high-dollar hookers out there at the truck stops. They're usually there, like I said, just for the dope.

This is a means of getting it. But other than that, that's just about all that's happening there. Some participants in the study reported that the drugs of preference for truck drivers were methamphetamine and cocaine. The harsh working conditions were said to promote the use of drugs that allow truck drivers to remain awake and focused for long periods of time. According to CCs, stimulants such as methamphetamine and crack cocaine were used by drivers while driving, with CCs during sex, and during parties.

For example, when asked if the truck drivers used any other drugs besides crack, a year-old Hispanic male CC responded: But there are methamphetamines there. Once in a while there's heroin, but that's kind of a rarity to the truckers. It's mostly the people that are working that are heroin addicts.

Additionally, one CC discussed being offered drugs in exchange for sex. Can you tell me what your experience has been with that?

Some smoke pot and all that, but it's mostly crack and crystal meth to stay awake. All of the CCs in the study reported that truck drivers used drugs and paid for sex while on the road. However, none of the 33 truck drivers interviewed reported using CCs or drugs. With regard to drug use, CCs reported that the produce drivers and furniture haulers were drug users because they were often required to wait several days to receive their next load. They were known as the party guys. With regard to CCs, company drivers claimed that the independent drivers used the CCs because they were on the road longer and, therefore, were more often away from home, more lonely, and awake for longer periods of time.

Conversely, the company drivers stated that they could be fired if they were caught with a CC. Company drivers also reported that regulations in the industry hindered their use of CCs or drugs. They also reported random drug tests performed by the companies they served. I think the younger drivers because they take more risks generally in everything. I think the independent drivers might take more risks because they own their trucks and can do whatever they want.

But if I got caught with a [CC] in my cab or with drugs, I'd lose my license. Condom use Study results suggest that condoms were available at most of the major truck stops. You can get them anywhere—vending machines in the restrooms. A lot of truck stops will have machines in the restrooms. You can buy them on the shelves, too. The CCs reported being forced to choose between having sex without a condom and losing a sale. A few CCs said they would leave if a truck driver refused to use a condom; others did not.

They discussed the difficulties they often faced. For example, if they chose to walk away, another CC would make himself or herself available to the truck driver and, therefore, the original transaction would be canceled, leaving that individual without money. The CCs in this study reported that most of their truck driver customers preferred to have sex without a condom. Some girls take it, but I leave the truck. Say, like, if I go to 10 different men, say like seven of those guys won't use condoms, so they drop me off and find somebody else.

There are lots of young girls—there are girls out there that are 16 or 17—and they think it's a joke and they don't have any condoms. I give them some condoms but they say they don't want to use condoms.

I'll do what the customer wants. They do what the customer wants, and they don't seem to want to take care of themselves. I'll try to, but not a lot of them want it. With other people, not truck drivers, if I'm getting it—you know, real sex—or if I'm having sex with a woman or a man, then I try to every time I have the chance, but not oral sex.

But just because of the desperate lifestyle I live, I guess that's why I don't always do that [use condoms], why a lot of people ignore it. It's often difficult to turn down a sale, even if it means not using a condom, and the decision about condom use is often left up to the customer. A year-old white female CC stated: I don't always use protection.

They'll call the shots on that. Well, I have them on me. The ones I know that'll use, then I bring them out and everything. But there are some that won't and they just do it and I won't get a sale if I don't do it. And if I really need the money, you know, especially if I'm broke that day and have no other way of getting money, there's no choice. As previously mentioned, making money and satisfying an addiction were higher priorities for the CCs than protection.

Did the issue ever come up? Some of the girls will have condoms and some won't. If you don't have any money and you're out there, you know.

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Free sex in a truck

Open in a separate window The sections that follow provide results from the qualitative interviews, beginning with a description of how CCs routinely solicit business from long-haul truck drivers. Interviews were not conducted in a systematic fashion.

The open-ended interview was designed to allow the interviewer to ask follow up questions based on the respondents' comments. Most interviews captured the themes of the study, but the interviews were not the same from person to person.

We identified several key domains: An additional domain raised by CCs was exposure to violence. Illustrative quotes from truck drivers and CCs are provided for each of the key domains identified. Solicitation CCs described several methods for soliciting truck drivers. The CCs in this study typically arrived at the truck stop around 7 or 8 p.

According to the CCs in the study, sexual interaction usually occurred in the truck driver's cab. After the transaction was completed, CCs would either use that truck driver's CB or knock on other truck drivers' doors to identify additional customers. This process often continued for a few hours; CCs in this study reported up to seven transactions a night. Many spoke of discontentment with their career, but most indicated that this was their only available method of earning money.

Truck stops often hire security in an attempt to protect the site from events such as CC solicitations. However, even with given security arrangements at truck stops, CCs found ways to solicit transactions. They reported having truck drivers pick them up outside of truck stops or driving into truck stops with friends. Usually there's security at night. I've never had any problem.

Usually you go around in a car and act like you're getting gas. Or something is set up ahead and… the women point out likely customers and then I'll go around to them. Often, CCs reported that they would hang out in restaurants at truck stops and wait for a truck driver to pass by and offer a ride.

Other approaches were made at rest areas or casinos frequented by truck drivers. The contact would be made via cell phone before a truck driver arrived at the location. CCs in the study spoke of having up to 20 regulars who visited at varying times throughout the year.

Some maintained a social relationship with their regulars, including dinner or drinks before their interaction. How do you make that connection when they come into town? They usually tell me what dates they'll come through. I have a calendar and they'll come through and I'll wait for them to call me.

And when they do call me, we'll [set up] a meeting place. And when we do get together, we'll go out to eat first because we're more like friends. CCs also reported that many of their regular truck driver customers have wives or girlfriends—a situation that creates a potential bridge for STIs between the general population and CCs via truck drivers' sexual activity.

They have pictures in their trucks or a wedding ring and they'll tell you. As one year-old black male truck driver indicated: You know, you can get sex anywhere, any city and state.

You'll notice that most truck stops are in urban areas, low-income, convenient to truck drivers getting in and out. And they draw all kinds of things. You can buy drugs at a truck stop, you can buy sex, and now they got gay people hanging out, whatever you want to call it—the down low—whatever. A year-old white male truck driver stated: I'd say truck stops and rest areas are probably for most people the place to get AIDS.

I remember one rest area not too far out of Oklahoma City—they had to close it down because there were too many prostitutes out there all the time, night and day. I stopped there one time about 8 or 9 at night and I was there maybe 35 minutes and there were five different women that came up to my truck.

Intravenous and illicit drug use The nearly unanimous rationale CCs provided for their occupation was drug addiction, and heroin was the reported drug of choice. Results suggest that the CCs were caught in a situation in which they worked to feed the addiction and used the addiction to complete the work. For example, a year-old white female CC said: The girls, you know…there are no high-dollar hookers out there at the truck stops.

They're usually there, like I said, just for the dope. This is a means of getting it. But other than that, that's just about all that's happening there. Some participants in the study reported that the drugs of preference for truck drivers were methamphetamine and cocaine. The harsh working conditions were said to promote the use of drugs that allow truck drivers to remain awake and focused for long periods of time.

According to CCs, stimulants such as methamphetamine and crack cocaine were used by drivers while driving, with CCs during sex, and during parties. For example, when asked if the truck drivers used any other drugs besides crack, a year-old Hispanic male CC responded: But there are methamphetamines there.

Once in a while there's heroin, but that's kind of a rarity to the truckers. It's mostly the people that are working that are heroin addicts. Additionally, one CC discussed being offered drugs in exchange for sex. Can you tell me what your experience has been with that? Some smoke pot and all that, but it's mostly crack and crystal meth to stay awake.

All of the CCs in the study reported that truck drivers used drugs and paid for sex while on the road. However, none of the 33 truck drivers interviewed reported using CCs or drugs. With regard to drug use, CCs reported that the produce drivers and furniture haulers were drug users because they were often required to wait several days to receive their next load.

They were known as the party guys. With regard to CCs, company drivers claimed that the independent drivers used the CCs because they were on the road longer and, therefore, were more often away from home, more lonely, and awake for longer periods of time. Conversely, the company drivers stated that they could be fired if they were caught with a CC. Company drivers also reported that regulations in the industry hindered their use of CCs or drugs.

They also reported random drug tests performed by the companies they served. I think the younger drivers because they take more risks generally in everything. I think the independent drivers might take more risks because they own their trucks and can do whatever they want. But if I got caught with a [CC] in my cab or with drugs, I'd lose my license. Condom use Study results suggest that condoms were available at most of the major truck stops. You can get them anywhere—vending machines in the restrooms.

A lot of truck stops will have machines in the restrooms. You can buy them on the shelves, too. The CCs reported being forced to choose between having sex without a condom and losing a sale.

A few CCs said they would leave if a truck driver refused to use a condom; others did not. They discussed the difficulties they often faced. For example, if they chose to walk away, another CC would make himself or herself available to the truck driver and, therefore, the original transaction would be canceled, leaving that individual without money.

The CCs in this study reported that most of their truck driver customers preferred to have sex without a condom. Some girls take it, but I leave the truck. Say, like, if I go to 10 different men, say like seven of those guys won't use condoms, so they drop me off and find somebody else.

There are lots of young girls—there are girls out there that are 16 or 17—and they think it's a joke and they don't have any condoms. I give them some condoms but they say they don't want to use condoms. I'll do what the customer wants. They do what the customer wants, and they don't seem to want to take care of themselves. I'll try to, but not a lot of them want it. With other people, not truck drivers, if I'm getting it—you know, real sex—or if I'm having sex with a woman or a man, then I try to every time I have the chance, but not oral sex.

But just because of the desperate lifestyle I live, I guess that's why I don't always do that [use condoms], why a lot of people ignore it. It's often difficult to turn down a sale, even if it means not using a condom, and the decision about condom use is often left up to the customer. A year-old white female CC stated: I don't always use protection.

They'll call the shots on that. Well, I have them on me. The ones I know that'll use, then I bring them out and everything. But there are some that won't and they just do it and I won't get a sale if I don't do it. And if I really need the money, you know, especially if I'm broke that day and have no other way of getting money, there's no choice.

As previously mentioned, making money and satisfying an addiction were higher priorities for the CCs than protection. Did the issue ever come up? Some of the girls will have condoms and some won't. If you don't have any money and you're out there, you know.

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