I would say its almost common, says Javi, also a fake name.
Spanish police have been directing public awareness campaigns aimed at young men since 2013.
Its clear that we have a long way to go in terms of public awareness.
In the meantime, her cellphone kept ringing, and the threats from her former boyfriend kept coming, she said.My friends usually go to these places; theyre guys that dont have any problem picking up girls, says Antonio.The police came across one case in which Colombian traffickers were escort in newark paying one family 650 a month for their daughter.Despite the fact that today there is more sexual liberty than ever before and maybe young men have the easiest access to sex in history, this generation lives in a world of immediacy everything has to be quick, here and now, and sex.It charges the women who work there about 90 a night for room and board.
Thousands of women are forced to work often for even lower pay now, because of the economic downturn everywhere from fancy clubs and private apartments to industrial complexes and lonely country roads.
Deputy Inspector Xavier Cortés Camacho, the head of the regional antitrafficking unit in Barcelona, said the Nigerian groups moved women through northern Africa to Spain, and then controlled them by threatening to rape or kill their family members back home.
Visiting prostitutes has become increasingly common for 20-year-old Spaniards such as Antonio, according to the police.None of the boys said they were worried about the women with whom they were having sex.Now, almost none are.We completely agree with the evaluation of the police the profile of sex consumers in Spain is changing.On a recent evening, one young man from Paris stood in the parking lot of Club Paradise, bragging about his sexual exploits while his friends looked.One woman committed suicide after finding out she was.I.V.-positive.This summer we went two or three times when the night was coming to an end.
On wiretaps, he said, we listened to them complain that they needed to rest, they were in pain.
The structures, by and large, are in place, said Luis CdeBaca, the ambassador who leads the State Departments Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons.
English version by, alyssa McMurtry.