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Brazil

Legal Situation:

Prostitution Status: Prostitution is legal. When the "First Congress of Prostitutes" was held in Rio in the eighties, it had the backing of the Ministry of Culture and of the Secretary of Culture of the State of Rio de Janeiro. Pimping and trading in women is illegal. Maintaining a "place for sexual liasons" is technically illegal, but the law is not enforced.
The age of consent: 14.

Prostitution is ubiquitous, both in rural areas and in the cities. There are street prostitutes, women working out of bars and hotels, massage parlors, mixed saunas and escort services, all advertised in the local papers.. Many of the encounters take place in so called "motels", which are nothing but "places for sexual liasons" and usually payed for by the hour (about US$ 20/hour).

Finding Women:

Magazines with information: See below.

Newspaper/Phonebook Keywords: Check the columns named "Relax" which list massage parlours or groups of girls or single girls. Prices for in- or outcall vary between US$ 50-300. Foreigners always pay more, so have a native call for you.

Travel Reports:

  • Brasilia
  • Curitiba
  • Manaus
  • Minas Gerais
  • Natal
  • Porto Alegre
  • Porto Seguro
  • Recife, plus some general information
  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Salvador
  • São Luis
  • São Paulo
  • General bits and pieces



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