The year-old traveled 22 hours from La Guaira in Venezuela to work in Cucuta. Gabriela was not unaware of the job awaiting her. Like many others working in the sex industry in Cucuta, she'd heard about the opportunity from others who had already made the perilous journey across the border. Like many Venezuelans who fled their country, Gabriela says she had little choice. The mother of a small child, Gabriela says while living in Venezuela, she did "not have the resources for diapers or milk. The money allows her to support herself and her children, something she can no longer do in her home country.
Gora. Age: 25. A magical and passionate doll, which cannot live a day without sweet hugs, will be pleased to meet one-on-one with a kind and successful person. If you want me, rather call, do not be afraid.
A dollar for sex: Venezuela's women tricked and trafficked
A dollar for sex: Venezuela's women tricked and trafficked | Global development | The Guardian
The Government of Venezuela does not fully meet the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking and is not making any efforts to do so; therefore Venezuela remained on Tier 3. On January 10, , the term of former president Nicolas Maduro ended. On January 23, , Juan Guaido, assumed the role of interim president; however, former president Maduro refused to cede control preventing interim president Guaido from exercising authority within the country. However, authorities did not report assisting any victims, or investigating, prosecuting, or convicting any traffickers.
Rachel McAdams. Age: 27. Maybe you want to have a nice companionship, have a dinner a have a deep conversation. . Or. . maybe you need more. . You need to feel passion, intimacy, sexual drive. . It is my pleasure to take care of you and do my best, that you will experience unbelievable moments with me.
Prostitution in Venezuela
Sex work in Venezuela is legal and regulated. The country's Ministry of Health and Social Development requires sex workers to carry identification cards and to have monthly health checkups. Prostitution is common, particularly in Caracas and in other domestic tourist destinations.
When people are forced to flee their homes, they are at greater risk of exploitation. Human trafficking has been a persistent problem in Latin America and the Caribbean. However, the continuing exodus of Venezuelans—the largest in recent history in the Western Hemisphere—demands urgent and increased attention to human trafficking prevention and response. As of June , more than 4 million Venezuelans have fled the economic and political chaos of their country. Access to food, water, and medicine is severely limited, and public services are breaking down.