An official with the state film regulatory body and studio, Tojikfilm, said on March 13 that a special commission will soon review foreign films for content, and that scenes with sex or nudity would be edited out before the films could be shown to Tajik audiences. According to the official, all nude, erotic, and sexually explicit scenes, as well as any other content that the commission deems inappropriate, would be left on the cutting room floor before the films would be issued a license to be aired on Tajik television channels or screened in cinemas. The new guidelines were approved by the government and the regulation to censor sex scenes has already gone into effect, he said. While cinemas remain popular in the former Soviet state with a majority Sunni Muslim population, many Tajiks take advantage of the broad access to foreign films offered on satellite TV as well as the Internet, which would not fall under the new regulations. A similar commission to vet movies for approval was set up in in neighboring Kyrgyzstan.
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Overtures can range from unsolicited "compliments" to personal insults to physical assault. Whatever the case they are not welcomed. Acting on complaints, police in the Tajik capital are flipping the script on catcallers with the introduction of strict measures intended to get them to keep their comments to themselves. Catcallers in Dushanbe now face the prospect of up to two weeks in jail, community service, and the humiliation of having their pictures plastered on police websites as a warning to others. Anisa Ibrohimova recently saw a melon seller get his comeuppance. The teenager managed to partially record the incident on her mobile phone and handed it to police. On September 6, a Dushanbe court convicted the year-old Qurbonov of disorderly conduct and sentenced him to five days in jail and community work.
Prostitution in Tajikistan is legal, but related activities such as soliciting , procuring and brothel keeping are prohibited. Previously, as soliciting is an administrative offence,  arrested prostitutes are given a nominal fine and released,   while those procuring are prosecuted,  potentially being punished by up to eight years in jail. Being the poorest country to emerge from the Soviet Union ,  economic hardship is a primary reason women in the country enter prostitution.