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Tropical sex in a european country: Brazilian women's migration to Italy in the frame of international sex tourism. In Fortaleza, one Brasil sex girl the main cities linked to sex tourism in the Northeast of Brazil, young low-income women leave the country either with or invited by 'sex tourists'. While some become engaged in the sex industry in Europe, others leave prostitution when they marry European men. Focusing on the universe of couples made up of women from the Northeast of Brazil and Italian men, this paper addresses the specificities that emerge when these relationships, formed in an ambiguous terrain where sexuality, economic interest and romance intermingle, unfold in the Italian context.

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She claims she's 19, but is most probably younger. She admits she started selling her body at 14, and has two kids, one three years old and the other two months.

She's hooked on crack. We spoke with her at noon.

She says she had no Brasil sex girl that morning; at midnight she was still in that spot, carrying nothing but jeans and a T-shirt wrapped in a grocery bag. Sexy Brazil, known for its beautiful women and liberal approach to sex — prostitution is legal here — also has one of the worst records in the world when it comes to child exploitation. Sex with girls and boys under 18 is a crime, and the law was toughened recently, but anywhere fromto half a million adolescents, almost all of them poor, sell their bodies.

In Recife, one of the World Cup venues,soccer tickets were sold to foreigners, says Uchoa. They come to Brazil to have fun. Sex tourism is blatantly encouraged in Brazil.

For many of brazil's poorest, their piece of prosperity is turning a trick

Hotels and taxis are part of a network that connects prospective clients with women, and often young girls. In advance of the World Cup some sex workers were taking English classes in order to negotiate better. Some taxi drivers, we were told, have a menu of girls if you ask.

Happy Child runs safe houses for juvenile girls and boys in Belo Horizonteanother World Cup venue. In Recife, in the northeast, one of Brazil's poorest regions, the group has just opened its first home for teenagers with babies either from prostitution or sexual abuse.

Abuse begins "very early, often inside the home," says Uchoa. When they grow up and they have Brasil sex girl body, they realize that is the way to make money. Sometimes, she says, a girl's parents even encourage it. In advance of the World Cup, Happy Child produced a short, snappy video called "It's a penalty" to be played on some flights from the U. Soccer stars like Brazilian David Luiz and former U. Brazil says it has rolled out an information campaign with pamphlets, and posters in English and Portuguese warning about sex exploitation at airports and ports.

But as we travelled through five Brazilian airports we never saw any of these posters. We did see moneyboxes at hotels asking for funds to help vulnerable children. But many people we spoke to here said that child exploitation is out of control in Brazil, and that the authorities are powerless to curb it.

In the impoverished favelas that dot the big cities, many girls don't go to school, and many that we saw were pregnant. We went to one of these poor neighbourhoods, Comunidade dos Coelhos, in Recife with Fernando Biasoli, a volunteer social worker. He and his wife have been working in these neighborhoods for more than a dozen years, and it seems that almost everyone knows and trusts him.

We scurry past a drug deal that is going down in one of the tiny passageways and duck into a tiny, corrugated tin home where we meet "Jeanne," 15, and her five-month-old baby. At first Jeanne is reluctant to speak truthfully about her life but with gentle Brasil sex girl from her aunt she opens up. She's a beautiful, full-figured girl wearing denim shorts and a cherry coloured bra under her tank top.

She's been selling herself since age 10, she says, with a pause while she lived with a boyfriend, the father of her. But now he's in jail for traffickingher own mother just got out, so she is back on the streets to make money to care for her daughter. They set the price, "but sometimes they don't treat me very well.

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The World Cup was sold to Brazilians as an economic driver because of the increased spending on construction and the rewards of greater tourism. Both are true but for many of Brazil's poorest — their piece of prosperity is turning a trick perpetuating a sad cycle of abuse.

As we leave the favelathe girl we called Jeanne runs up to us, emboldened now, with a few more thoughts. It's not a good life.

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