A worn-out fake Versace high heel.
Jamu, the Javanese herbal medicine, for women which are believed to be able to restore vitality and maintain hygiene.
A leftover woman's outfit.
Empty lubricant and empty latex condom packaging. It was customary to use condom, however the rule could be relaxed for a few regular clients, or for the worse, if the clients refuse.
Empty package of birth control pills.
A leftover miniskirt.
In Barbara, sex workers could have few days off in case they got sick or had their period. But they had to get the permit letters signed by a doctor from nearby clinics.
Packs of painkiller (left) and antibiotic (right). The antibiotic, thiamphenicol, is widely used to treat sexual transmitted diseases. STD was a common problem in every brothel in Dolly since some costumers kept refusing to use condom.
A leftover worn-out bra.
A crossword puzzle. Possibly used as a cure for boredom while the sex workers waiting for the clients in their prison-like rooms.
A daily record book of the sex workers in Barbara's which all is under pseudonym. The price for having sex in Barbara was the most expensive around Dolly. It was ranging from about US$25 to US$35. However, the sex workers only retained less than half of that amount.
A leftover empty moneybox possibly used by a sex worker to save the tips from the clients. Like everywhere in Dolly, most of the sex workers in Barbara came to work in order to support their family back in hometowns. Some were quite successful that they built big houses, paid off the families' debt, and sent their siblings to universities.