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Subject: Prostitution


Posted by Leite com frango
On Wednesday, April 03, 2002 at 22:37:41

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From what I saw while in Brazil, it seemed like as if SO SO SO many women there are prostitutes. Even the most innocent-looking ones are probably whores. I've spoken to some and realized that their families do not know about what they do. The funny thing was that so many foreigners were getting together with these women and having relationships with them. Well I dont blame them, Brazilian women are so nice, even if they are prostitutes.
RE: Prostitution
Posted by Randy Paul
On Thursday, April 04, 2002 at 06:23:55

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>The funny thing was that so many foreigners were getting together with these women and having relationships with them.

No doubt you have first hand experience as your subsequent statement implies.

I've been to Brazil many times and saw more prostitutes in Germany (where it's legal) than in Brazil. I guess you're just frequenting the places where they are. Paying for it must be the only way you can get laid.


RE: Prostitution
Posted by isobel
On Thursday, April 04, 2002 at 10:37:42

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Prejudice is real a scary thing.
We use to judge the things that we cannot understand. I'm a brazilian woman and sometimes I see messages saying that the brazilian women are prostitutes. It makes me very sad and scary because it's a opinion of someone that doesn't know what are talking about and this is the way that the hate grow up. If you look for something, you gonna find..., doesn't matter where you are. The question here is not how many prostitutes there are in Brazil but, how prejudiced you are.

RE: Prostitution
Posted by isobel
On Thursday, April 04, 2002 at 10:38:16

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Prejudice is real a scary thing.
We use to judge the things that we cannot understand. I'm a brazilian woman and sometimes I see messages saying that the brazilian women are prostitutes. It makes me very sad and scary because it's a opinion of someone that doesn't know what are talking about and this is the way that the hate grow up. If you look for something, you gonna find..., doesn't matter where you are. The question here is not how many prostitutes there are in Brazil but, how prejudiced you are.

RE: Prostitution
Posted by Fernando
On Thursday, April 04, 2002 at 15:56:40

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Randy and Isobel are right

How can you generalize, dude! They’ve been around since the world is known. The oldest profession, they are in every city around the world! Poor souls! Sad stories, survivors! …And because of the few you met, you figure it out that! Ha!

RE: Prostitution
Posted by Observer
On Thursday, April 04, 2002 at 17:04:54

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Mr Leite com Frango, I suppose you frequented the red light districts! It appears to me, your knowledge fits the description of a person who knows to much of this life style! Or are you a reporter! Ha Ha Ha!! Judge your own nation before you judge another! By the way you'll find prostitutes all over, some are just more exposed.
Think and plan a little before you post such harse and degrading topics.

Tchau!!
RE: Prostitution
Posted by Observer
On Thursday, April 04, 2002 at 17:04:56

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Mr Leite com Frango, I suppose you frequented the red light districts! It appears to me, your knowledge fits the description of a person who knows to much of this life style! Or are you a reporter! Ha Ha Ha!! Judge your own nation before you judge another! By the way you'll find prostitutes all over, some are just more exposed.
Think and plan a little before you post such harse and degrading topics.

Tchau!!
RE: Prostitution
Posted by Leite com frango
On Thursday, April 04, 2002 at 22:24:47

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Ok everybody calm down for crying out loud. Too quick to defend, just like ultra-liberal polititians who find excuses for not wanting to make a change. "Well it happens all over the world so I guess we dont need to try to improve it here." Right?

-Shalom!
RE: Prostitution
Posted by Randy Paul
On Friday, April 05, 2002 at 06:10:22

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It's not a matter of defending anything. It is a matter of your behaving like a presumptuous ass.
RE: Prostitution
Posted by Leite com frango
On Friday, April 05, 2002 at 11:53:13

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Randy Paul, you are the one being presumptous. Let's picture this scenario: Politicians want to eradicate prostitution in Brazil by hitting the problem from its source. Therefore they do whatever they can to prevent these girls from going out into the night - paying for their college, more social programs, job placement, etc., etc.

So what now? You would get people like Rupaul, oops I meant Randy Paul, speaking out against such a idea. People like him would say, "No, there is plenty of prostitution all over this world and other governments dont do anything to help out. We dont need it."
RE: Prostitution
Posted by Colin Setterfield
On Friday, April 05, 2002 at 12:06:36

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Mr Leite....I suggest you go and live with a family in Brazil for a while as I did....It was my first trip to South America and was a real education.

The average family is struggling to make ends meet. The son of the family I stayed with was working in a clothing store in Sao Paulo and earned 12 Real around $4 for 10 hours work. The daughter earns 10 Real doing a similar job.

The daughter had divorced from a violent husband. She has a child of her own to support...she has to pay school fees, transport, clothing and pay into the family household on such a dismal income. She has no medical if she is ill and no welfare system to help support her.

I cannot begin to imagine the hardship of a divorced or single mother in Brazil who lives alone without the support of any family.

If you think many Brazilian women risk AIDS, STD's, abuse and sleeping with some overweight conceited foreigner for fun think again....if its prostitution they do it for survival pure and simple.

The daughter of the family I stayed with took me to see Rio for a few days. She was harrassed several times by gangs of foreign men...all of them Americans. The way these men behaved was dismal and disrespectful. The daughter smiled politely but in private she spoke of her utter contempt for such foreigners and many other Brazilians echoed the same thoughts to me in private.

Just remember that behaviour shapes the local peoples opinions of your culture and country.....think about that before unzipping your fly...
RE: Prostitution
Posted by Colin Setterfield
On Friday, April 05, 2002 at 12:07:10

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Mr Leite....I suggest you go and live with a family in Brazil for a while as I did....It was my first trip to South America and was a real education.

The average family is struggling to make ends meet. The son of the family I stayed with was working in a clothing store in Sao Paulo and earned 12 Real around $4 for 10 hours work. The daughter earns 10 Real doing a similar job.

The daughter had divorced from a violent husband. She has a child of her own to support...she has to pay school fees, transport, clothing and pay into the family household on such a dismal income. She has no medical if she is ill and no welfare system to help support her.

I cannot begin to imagine the hardship of a divorced or single mother in Brazil who lives alone without the support of any family.

If you think many Brazilian women risk AIDS, STD's, abuse and sleeping with some overweight conceited foreigner for fun think again....if its prostitution they do it for survival pure and simple.

The daughter of the family I stayed with took me to see Rio for a few days. She was harrassed several times by gangs of foreign men...all of them Americans. The way these men behaved was dismal and disrespectful. The daughter smiled politely but in private she spoke of her utter contempt for such foreigners and many other Brazilians echoed the same thoughts to me in private.

Just remember that behaviour shapes the local peoples opinions of your culture and country.....think about that before unzipping your fly...
RE: Prostitution
Posted by Randy Paul
On Friday, April 05, 2002 at 12:44:17

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Leite com frango (not very kosher are you:-))

Colin Setterfield said it better than anyone else.

RE: Prostitution
Posted by Anon
On Tuesday, April 09, 2002 at 11:06:28

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Pros' prevent rape and frustration and even broken marriages...it's only natural...redistribution of male income w/out strings attached.

Some say "...if it flies, floats, or fucks...rent it!!!
RE: Prostitution
Posted by Randy Paul
On Tuesday, April 09, 2002 at 12:39:21

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>Some say "...if it flies, floats, or fucks...rent it!!!

I bet you do that a lot. Give yourself a hand.
RE: Prostitution
Posted by scott lee
On Tuesday, November 26, 2002 at 21:49:46

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I see nothing wrong with brazilian women prostituting themselves, but they should be careful of VD, and violent men. I see it as a positive thing, another example of Brazil's liberal culture, like Globeleza. I plan to go to Brazil one day,from Kentucky, and hire a number of prostitutes. Plus, it is my fantasy to lose my virginity to brazilian women. When I do though, the women will have to be drug free, VD free, single, 18 or over, and with no pimp. I am against pimps. The women are the one's doing the work, they should get all the money.

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