Hot Venezuelan women are among the most desired in the world. Their fair skin, combined with dark hair and eyes, gives them an exotic look. Also, their toned, sexy bodies are legendary. But, these women are not just pretty faces. They are also known for having a great sense of style and being well-educated.
Venezuelan women 'forced to prostitute themselves for just $7 and sell locks of hair to Colombians'
Prostitution in Venezuela - Wikipedia
Your go-to Latin America blog! Travel, adventure, business, dating and danger in Mexico, Central and South America. Men and women alike are leaving the country due to the country's ongoing crisis , starting new lives everywhere from Santiago, Chile to Miami, Florida. Because the country has basically been a no-go zone for travellers the past 10 years, relatively little has been written about this topic. Sure, we all know that they are famous for being beauty queens, but what are they like? Are they sweet? NOTE: Yes, I know how foolhardy it is to generalize girls from Venezuela based on only a handful of experiences with them inside and outside the country
Prostitution in Venezuela
By Dailymail. Venezuelan women who have fled their economically ravaged homeland have been forced to sell their bodies and locks of their hair to Colombians just to earn a few dollars. Teachers, police officers and newspaper carriers are among those turning to the sex trade in Colombia to provide for their children and relatives back home. The undocumented women often end up working in sordid bars and the tropical climate exposes them to infections and diseases such as malaria.
The shocking revelations come as official statistics reveal at least , have fled the crisis-hit country in the hope of a better life in Spain. Nearly all of those have travelled on official three month tourists visas which are readily available as Venezuela was once a Spanish colony. This is when the heartless trafficking gangs of Caracas are stepping in and making tens of millions out of the misery of so many others. Human traffickers are funding the travel costs and then forcing women to work in the sex industry on arrival to pay back their debts. Most had travelled after being promised they would be found jobs working in shops and beauty salons once they landed in Spain.