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"where to find prostitutes in Peru" WoW, you are really DESPERATE to have views to ur blog.
U r so PATHETIC !!
Haha….I'm guessing "Where to Find Prostitutes in Lima, Peru" was another search term that brought someone to your site? Calle de las Pizzas was the very first place I ever went to in Peru, after my flight landed at midnight or so back in March 2004. My buddy was getting married the next day and we met them there after the bachelor party. Little did I know I'd be the one getting married there less than two years later…
yep.. Pizza st and Tequila…. thats where Derrick picked up his prostitutes after I went back to the states… what a POS… right? oh well.. the divorce is almost final… 6 more weeks!
you know what poster, you have a good view, they are no less than an american girl who tries to get money out of u and doesnt have sex, she just isnt as desperate and poor so she doesnt give up her body for it…anyway, to the guy who lost 60 grand to a brichera, i dont feel sorry for you, and i dont even view her as a dispicable person, she was raised in an environment where its accepted and necessary, and you are a sucker, and i would be tempted to do the same if a sucker like you was willing to give me 60k.
So many good points raised. I love Peru, the Country, the culture and the people. There are so many beautiful and wonderful people I've met in my travels there. As for the topic, prostitution is an interesting study. It has and will always exist. It's termed as the oldest profession. It is legal in many countries and in my opinion should be legal in all countries so that the licensing, rules and regulations can keep it as safe and clean as possible. Face it, the transactions are always going to exist. I actually respect the concept. It's a consensual act between 2 people both looking for their own mutual benefit. I do, however, despise and loathe human trafficking and child involvement, which both do exist, unfortunately. The problem is the John's don't know who are trafficked and who are legit, if they care. Legalize it, keep it regulated, and no worries (or reduce them). By the way, someone mentioned prostitution is illegal in the United States. That is not true. It is legal in many parts of the State of Nevada. There are well run, licensed brothels in NV.
When I went to High School in Miraflores my house was at the end of las pizzas street back in the 70's. Every time I go there from Arizona I Enjoy getting me a P…of Ass'nothing wrong with that!!Are you some tipe of freak who does'nt like pussy or what?
I'm from Amsterdam, Holland, the city of Sex and Drugs, but I was shocked that there are so many prostitutes in Lima. I took a hotel in the centre of Lima, in jiron Chota and when I went out of my room and wanted to go into the streets of Lima, the first person I met when I went out of the hotel was a prostitute.
My last week in Lima they even try to get in contact with me in daytime near the palace of justice in Lima.
It was quiet easy to get some weed, but what shocked me was that weed was making these peruvian youngster into drugs addicted little robbers. A joint of weed is for a Dutch young person as normal as a glass of red wine for a Frenchman. Also Amsterdam has the reputation of prostitution and drugs, the amount is much bigger in Lima. In Amsterdam prostitution is legal and one does not see them in public in the streets, and soft drugs like weed is sold legally so that the state can benifit with taxes.
In Peru women quite know well that their husbands go to the brothels, they know, but they accept because a man is a bad husband and father if he doesn't work hard every day (sometimes 12 hours a day) and give money to his wife, if he is good husband, women will close their eyes if their man and his patas go to the hookers.
prostitution is one of the oldest professions, and like you said you pay for it either way.
Women trafficked for prostitution and forced marriage in Trinidad.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, Friday January 24, 2014 – A recent report on human trafficking and migrant smuggling to Trinidad and Tobago indicates that women are being trafficked for sexual exploitation, with some being forced into marriage, and prominent members of the community are linked to the illegal trade.
In the report, one stakeholder identifies a lawyer who, along with religious leaders, arranges marriages to regularise the status of the trafficked women who were lured to the twin-island republic by the promise of employment.
Stating that most of the victims are sexually exploited and psychologically abused, the report says: “This is noteworthy, as several stakeholders referred to establishments in Central and South Trinidad, which bring in girls, particularly for the commercial sex trade, and request that they hand over their passports.”
The study, which was commissioned by the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Observatory on Migration and titled “Invisible Immigrants: A profile of irregular migration, smuggling of migrants and trafficking in persons in Trinidad and Tobago,” identified brothels and nightclubs as places where trafficked persons could be found.
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