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But the Down Low was a uniquely African-American creation.Outside the sex sold legally in Nevada, prostitution in the United States transpires in the shadows of an underground economy.There are no accounting records to trace, no receipts to scrutinize, and no legal records to analyze.These economies, in 2007, ranged in value from .9 million to 0 million.And in all but two of the cities, the size of the underground commercial sex economy shrunk during the five-year span.If the closet is a stifling, lonely place for white guys who realize they're gay but aren't ready to admit it publicly, the Down Low is a VIP party for "masculine" black men who will never admit to being homosexual—because they don't see themselves that way.And while men on the DL certainly have their share of shame, among themselves it masquerades as bravado and sexual freedom: They're the ultimate pimps and players, man enough to do their girlfriend on Thursday and do their best friend, Mike, on Friday.But the American continent is not all about dating, kissing or watching Sex in the City.They have some breath taking tourist destinations, advanced technologies, fine health facilities and good education system.Simply, it is difficult to grasp the size of this economy.But a groundbreaking study released by the Urban Institute sheds new light on how much money is generated by the underground commercial sex economy in American cities.