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In Bolivia , prostitution is legal and regulated. The police are allowed to check whether the prostitutes are registered or not, and have attended a clinic during the previous 20 days. Although prostitution is widespread in Bolivia, the prostitutes are severely stigmatized by society, they are blamed for everything from broken homes to the rising HIV -infection rate.
Citizens demanded that brothels and bars be located at least 3, feet away from schools. The municipal government responded by closing all brothels within 1, feet of schools, but took no action against those who had attacked the prostitutes. In fact, we want the opposite. Our ideal world is one free of the economic desperation that forces women into this business. In Bolivia, the average age of entry into prostitution is As a result, many remain in the sex trade throughout adulthood, despite wanting to exit.
Approximately one third of girls and adolescents in prostitution have between one and five children, mostly under the age of 5. There are different types of child prostitution, varying with the economic power of the client and the age of the child.
Upper-class clients tend to seek older adolescents aged 16—17 and young adult prostitutes aged 18— Many of these youth come from Eastern Bolivia and from outside of the country.
This type of prostitution is organised by closed networks, and is subject to very few controls. Adolescents from all parts of the country prostitute themselves in local bars or pubs, mainly for middle-class clients. Street prostitution involves women and girls of all ages who typically enter the trade when they are between the ages of 12 and 15 years. During the day, these children stay in the street often working as street vendors, domestic servants or waitresses.