Mexican girls for sex

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Although researchers have related sexual desire in older women to quality-of-life variables such as overall physical health, well-being, and life satisfaction, little is known about the socio-cultural mechanisms that shape sexual desire in minority ethnic older women. We investigated this sexual variable among Mexican-American older women in a qualitative fashion. Date were collected from 25 community-dwelling women of Mexican descent aged 59—89 years using a semi-structured interview protocol and a grounded theory approach. We inquired about dimensions of sexual desire including sexual fantasies and the desire to engage in sexual activity within the context of several socio-cultural and health-related factors. Traditional socio-cultural restrictions coupled with unmarried status and physical health problems emerged as critical issues associated with limited or no sexual fantasies and desire in our sample. Many respondents indicated that their sexual needs were unmet.

Prostitution in Mexico

NCJRS Abstract - National Criminal Justice Reference Service

Human trafficking is the trade of humans , most commonly for the purpose of forced labour , sexual slavery , or commercial sexual exploitation for the trafficker or others. Mexico is a large source, transit, and destination country for victims of human trafficking. Government and NGO statistics indicate that the magnitude of forced labor surpasses that of forced prostitution in Mexico. Human trafficking in Mexico takes many forms, including sex trafficking and labor trafficking. While sex work is largely Illegal in Mexico, most cities do have Zonas de Tolerancia , areas where prostitution is allowed.

Sexual desire among Mexican-American older women: a qualitative study

By Christine Murray. A female classmate took a ladder away from a square warning men against becoming human traffickers. This was not an normal lesson but a unique workshop designed to prevent boys from becoming sex traffickers and stop girls from falling prey in Tlaxcala state, which has become synonymous with the crime after more than a decade of high-profile cases. Mexico is an origin, transit and destination country for human trafficking. Victims range from men forced to kill for criminal groups to indigenous women in domestic work under slave-like conditions and girls coerced into the sex trade.
A Mexican man faces life in prison after being convicted in the US of luring 10 women to the state of Georgia and forcing them into sexual slavery. A federal jury in Atlanta found Amador Cortes-Meza, 36, guilty of 19 counts of sex trafficking and human smuggling. Prosecutors said he had enticed young women and girls to Atlanta from Mexico by promising them jobs and romance. Victims testified he had isolated them from their families, beaten them and threatened to kill relatives in Mexico. This trial provided a glimpse into the monstrous world of human trafficking.