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Prostitution in Colombia
Colombia elects a conservative who promises to 'correct' its peace accord
I have something to admit. From the first time I set my sights on meeting women of any kind, I loved Latinas; they are my favorites. Not long ago, while out and about, I walked into a bakery not far from where I live, wishing to satisfy a sweet tooth. The girl walked out from the back of the store with a bounce in her step, the smile of a goddess on her lips, and a glint of fire in her eyes. I had to have her. After a few minutes of conversation, the girl agreed with me to take a break from work and accompany me to a nearby park, where we sat and talked under an old oak tree for a time. Her speech dripped with passion, and her dreams came spilling out like water from a burst dam.
However, some cultures take the pawing, catcalls, kissing noises, and all around flirtatious behavior to new levels. Flirting comes naturally to some nationalities; so natural that they take it to the extreme, scaring away potential mates through boldness and bad behavior. In addition, we read up on statistics regarding online flirtations, sexual harassment, and sexual activity in general just because.
Prostitution in Colombia is legal, regulated and limited to brothels in designated "tolerance zones". Domestically, organized crime networks, some related to illegal armed groups, are responsible for human trafficking for sexual slavery and the armed conflict has made a large number of internal trafficking victims vulnerable. A series of factors put children at risk for sexual exploitation in Colombia and leave them unprotected. The war and the drug trade have altered family structures that in ordinary times would have provided safety and nurture. The war has also caused the displacement of countless families, some of whose children have been soldiers in the war.