WEIGHT: 58 kg
Services: Striptease, Hand Relief, Cunnilingus, Golden shower (in), BDSM
As part of a best practice exchange visit in Cuba, organized by Pr. Sven Britton from Swedish, Karolinska Institute and psychologist Ms Kristina Hillgren, a representative of Dianova in Sweden, Ms Cipriana de Arteaga was invited to Cuba to present the characteristics of the Swedish experience in the field of prostitution. In the past decade, human trafficking for sexual exploitation has increased dramatically; according to a report by the United Nations Office against Drugs and Crime UNODC , the total number of victims of such exploitation are in the millions while it represents the fastest growing form of contemporary slavery.
The industry of prostitution is also the fastest growing criminal industry, in a globalized world where free market not only concerns goods but also human beings. Prohibitionist approach — this type of response is implemented in most of the United-States of, in China, or in Sharia-based Islamic states. In such countries both prostitutes and their clients are considered immoral and all forms of prostitution is prohibited. Abolitionist approach — In the countries having adopted such approach e.
United-Kingdom, France, Spain or Canada , the practice of providing sexual services in return for payment is no illegal per se, but most associated activities such as public solicitation, operating a brothel and other forms of pimping are criminalized. On the other hand, there is no legal provision or administrative control to regulate the phenomenon of prostitution whatsoever.
As a matter of fact, the abolitionist approach leads to a relative tolerance of prostitution: Those who support prohibition or abolition of prostitution argue that keeping prostitution illegal is the best way to prevent the most abusive activities. Liberal approach — In some countries, policy-makers tend to consider prostitution as a phenomenon impossible to eradicate, which accordingly should be organized and regulated in order to reduce its negative consequences, including organized crime.
In such legal framework, prostitution is legal and well-accepted. A neoliberal trend is developing in liberal countries Germany, Netherlands, Greece, Switzerland, etc. After many years of studies and analysis, the Swedish government introduced in a zero tolerance policy towards prostitution and human trafficking.