I really don't know why Centaurus is the most expensive termas. This place has a very cold sex factory feel to it (very hard sell). There is an undeserved arrogance to this place. They make it very clear that they don't like foreigners, as foreigners pay more to enter. It doesn't do to dwell too much on the way the business is run. The girls do have to meet quota or they are back on the street. The math is more than a little off putting. Most of the girls will service possibly 3 to 5 clients per day. So the chances are you could be number 50 or 60+ in the queue that month. Condoms are not 100 percent protection especially when dealing with that volume of traffic. With the antibiotic resistant strains of STD's emerging, indulging in this kind of activity is becoming more and more dangerous msnbc.msn.com/id/3622954… . You will notice that a high percentage of the clientele are over fifty years old. Speaking with some of them, they are not overly concerned with the dangers of unprotected intercourse. Some have the attitude that they are coming to the end of their life and don't care about themselves. Many of these same "sex tourists" travel the world exploiting the third world social economic differences. This exposure obviously makes it more of a risk for the prostitutes and others swimming in the same pond. Another thing you need to remember is, this is organized prostitution and it is illegal to pimp women in Brazil. The pimps get round this by bribing and giving free entrance to the police. Think carefully!! After a few visits, if you are alone, you might see the sad reality of these places. It is easier to justify when you are out with the boys supporting each other. There are some cold ruthless pimps profiting from these places.
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