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A car pulls up. The girl climbs in. This is a common scene around the stadium in Fortaleza, considered Brazil's child prostitution capital and a magnet for sex tourism, according to local authorities. Transvestites also work the dusty pavements of this newly renovated thoroughfare but young girls are in higher demand. You'll find them around town during the day too.
Call girl exposes the sexual myths of Brazil
But it is not just her canny use of the Internet that has made Bruna, whose real name is Raquel Pacheco, a cultural phenomenon. By going public with her exploits, she has also upended convention and set off a vigorous debate about sexual values and practices, revealing a country that is not always as uninhibited as the world often assumes. Interviewed at the office of her publisher here, Pacheco, 21, said the blog that became her vehicle to notoriety emerged almost by accident. But once it started, she was quick to spot its commercial potential and its ability to transform her from just another program girl, as high-class prostitutes are called in Brazil, into an entrepreneur of the erotic. I thought that if I was curious about it, others would be too.
Brazil's child sex trade soars as 2014 World Cup nears
A Brazilian faith healer, who became internationally famous after appearing on a TV show hosted by Oprah Winfrey , has been accused of sexual abuse by over women. Such is his influence that Abadiania's economy has come to depend on the tourism brought by the centre. He has also gained attention for performing supposedly miraculous surgeries without anaesthesia. The healer made a brief public appearance on Wednesday and was met with loud cheers and applause from the gathered crowd. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here.
Prostitution in Brazil is legal, in terms of exchanging sex for money, as there are no laws forbidding adults from being professional sex workers,  but it is illegal to operate a brothel or to employ sex workers in any other way. Exploitation of child and teenagers through prostitution in Brazil is widespread and a serious problem. Brazil is considered to have the worst levels of child sex trafficking after Thailand , with an estimated , children involved. NGOs and officials report some police officers ignore the exploitation of children in sex trafficking, patronize brothels, and rob and assault women in prostitution, impeding identification of sex trafficking victims. The government of Brazil was working stringently to clamp down on child prostitution.