The second reason for using the money is that I could not do a previous field research, explain the project individually and thus build a relationship with immigrant women. Therefore, the session of photographs and interviews is offered directly as a job: if you want to, you want to; if you don't want to, you don't want to. It gives more clarity and simplifies. So many women came in the first photo session that I had to shorten the time of work with each one of them, so as not to leave them waiting too long. It was very quick, but that's how it happened: an employment contract. I am therefore quite sure of this decision to pay for the participation of each one.JG: In relation to this discussion initiated with immigrants, how could the project go beyond a contractual relationship to open a consciousness of decolonization of bodies?