João Pessoa

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João Pessoa Sex Guide advises where to find sex, working girls, garotas de programa, prostitution, street hookers, brothels, red-light districts, prostitutes, erotic massage parlors, strip clubs and escorts in João Pessoa, Brazil.

Sex Scene and Prostitution

Prostitution itself (exchanging sex for money) in Brazil is legal, as there are no laws forbidding adult prostitution, but it is illegal to operate a brothel or to employ prostitutes in any other way.

Non-verbal communication


Brazilians use a lot of gestures in informal communication, and the meaning of certain words or expressions may be influenced by them.

  • The thumbs up gesture is used to mean everything's OK, yes or even thanks. Avoid using the OK hand gesture for these meanings, as it can be considered obscene.
  • Wagging your extended index finger back and forth and/or clicking your tongue behind your teeth two or three times means no
  • Using your index finger to pull down one of your lower eyelids means watch out.
  • Stroking your two biggest fingers with your thumb is a way of saying that something is expensive.
  • Snapping a few times means fast or a long time (ago).
  • Stroking your lips and then snapping means delicious; pinching your earlobe means the same in some regions.
  • Making a fist with your thumb between the index and middle finger, known as the figa, is a sign of good or bad luck depending on the region.
  • Touching the palm with the thumb and making a circular movement with the hand means I am being robbed/ripped off/ in some regions.
  • The hush gesture is considered extremely impolite, about the same as shouting "shut up!" to someone.
  • An informal way to get someone's attention, similar to a whistle, is a hissing sound: "pssiu!" It is not perceived as unpolite, but gets really annoying if repeated too often.


See also: Portugese Sex Phrasebook

If there are not fixed prices the girls may ask you first too much money for their sexual services. Negotiate! Having sex in Brazil is quite inexpensive for western tourists.

Brazilian women are one of the sexiest in the world.

Red Light Districts

A red-light district is a part of an urban area where there is a concentration of prostitution and sex-oriented businesses, such as sex shops, strip clubs, adult theaters, etc. The term originates from the red lights that were used as signs of brothels. There are areas in many big cities around the world which have acquired an international reputation as red-light districts. Some red-light districts have acquired a touristic interest beyond sex tourism, and can be perceived as places of artistic, historic or cultural interest, whether or not they still serve the sex trade.

The most famous red-light districts in Brazil are Vila Mimosa in Rio de Janeiro and Rua Augusta in São Paulo.

See also: List of red-light districts

Prostitutes / Garotas de Programa

Brazil has 7th highest prostitute percentage in the world. There are 53 sex workers in brazil per 10,000 people. See also: The Countries With the Most Prostitutes

Prices for Brazilian prostitutes can vary a lot. You can have sex for about 10 reais with a working girl from the ghetto or favela or you can order a high-class escort which can cost you thousands of reais for one night.

Street Hookers

Street walker in Brazil costs from 20 reais to 80 reais depending her looks, your looks and your negotiation skills. Many times streetwalkers are drug addicts or alcoholics. It's more difficult to find good-looking prostitutes from the streets than from brothels or termas.

Strip Clubs

The high class strip club price in Brazil for the girls has not been revealed and is based on the value and sophistication of the individual prostitute. Prices range from $120 for 40 minutes with a girl, but to take a girl overnight is over $1,200 upwards.

See also: Brazil Strip Clubs

Brothels

In average brothel in Brazil you can have sex with Brazilian girl from 50 to 150 reais for one hour. Brazil's most famous termas are located in Rio de Janeiro. Termas are brothels which are similar than spas or bathhouses but working girls are waiting for customers inside.

Erotic Massage Parlors

Many escorts and prostitutes in Brazil offer erotic massage services as well.

See also: Erotic massage

Transsexuals / Shemales

There are thousands of beautiful (T-girls) living in different parts of Brazil. High percent of them are also working as prostitutes.

Gay & Lesbian

Rank City Percentage
of City
Population
GLB

Population

rank
1 Rio de Janeiro 14.30% 1
2 Fortaleza 8.35% 3
3 Manaus 8.35% 4
4 São Paulo 8.20% 2
5 Salvador 8.05% 5
6 Brasilia 7.95% 6
7 Belo Horizonte 6.85% 7
8 Curitiba 6.55% 8
9 Porto Alegre 5.95% 9
10 Cuiabá 5.65% 10

Due to its high degree of acceptance and tolerance, gay travel is increasingly popular in Brazil. Brazil is open to LGBT tourists. However, be aware that homophobia is widespread in Brazilian society, and Brazil is not the sexual haven that many foreigners perceive it to be. Couples that in any way don't conform to traditional heterosexual expectations should expect to be open to some verbal harassment and stares if displaying affection in the streets, though several neighborhoods of many of the major cities are very welcoming of the LGBT population, and LGBT-oriented bars and clubs are common. It is best to gather information from locals as to what areas are more conservative and what areas are more progressive.

Sexual Services for Women

Brazilian guys are horny so it shouldn't be a problem for women to find sex company for the night.

Sex Shops & Adult Stores

There are many online sex shops where you can order sex toys etc. For example Desejo Oculto.

Escort Services & Agencies

Average escort in Brazil charges between 100 and 250 reais for two hours.

Sleeping

The Brazilian motel is not the same as a US motel. Brazilian motels are designed for sex, not really for sleeping. If you’re staying at a hotel that does not allow guests, if you prefer to be discrete, if you feel uncomfortable inviting strangers into your apartment, or if you just want a special night with a favorite garota, you might consider a trip to a motel.

The “love motel” is an institution in Brazil. Its existence reflects certain realities in the lives of most Brasilians: most live in crowded households, many share bedrooms with youngsters or other roommates, and few have anything resembling privacy. Hence, motels: places where couples — married or not — can have a few hours of privacy for sex.

Because motels are intended for sex, they are designed for sex. Most have nice big beds with strategically placed mirrors. Many have whirlpools; most have TV with one or more porn channels. Upscale rooms have dry saunas, steam baths, swimming pools, waterfalls, and all sorts of electronic goodies (including internet connections in some cases, so you can upload those pictures as soon as you take them!). Some have special "equipment," like chairs especially designed for sex play (the infamous “cadeira erotica”). Several have on - site sex shops where you can purchase toys and such.

See also: Global list of girl friendly hotels & love hotels

Stay Safe

In 2003, it was estimated that about 6% of Brazilian prostitutes were infected with HIV. Gabriela Silva Leite, the executive director of Prostitution Civil Rights, says that because of information campaigns, condom use among prostitutes is high.

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