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Far from being contained, the problem of prostitution in Mexico City grows to areas other than those traditionally known and keeps the capital as a point of origin, transit and destination .
It is estimated that there are 250,000 women and girls in prostitution in the country’s capital, for example, the 145,000 people who will use Line 6 of the Metrobús or equal one-third of those who move in the city. Passenger Transport Network (RTP).
Of the total of women who exercise this activity, 88% are not originally from Mexico City; nine out of 10 began to be prostitutes since age 12 and 99% are exploited by others and others networks.
A diagnosis prepared by the Regional Coalition against Trade in Women and Girls in Latin America and the Caribbean indicates that women are brought to Mexico City from states such as Chiapas, Oaxaca, Puebla, Guerrero, Tabasco, Quintana Roo and Veracruz.
The study, presented in 2012, also reports that they are brought from Central and South American countries such as Chile, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador and Argentina, but also from Eastern Europe and Asia such as Romania, Bulgaria, Russia and China.
Red zone expands
In the capital there are multiple areas of the capital where prostitution is exercised by men, women, and transvestites, with the Cuauhtémoc delegation being the most serious case, although the perimeter of the trade has also expanded to other areas.
In the downtown area are the most well-known corridors: Merced, Garibaldi, Insurgentes, Tlalpan, Zona Rosa, Reforma, Sullivan, San Cosme and the Buenavista corridor, near the headquarters of the PRI-DF and the Cuauhtémoc branch building.
In the Alameda Central you can also find services by men, in the west wing, on Doctor Mora street almost corner with Hidalgo Avenue; the rate goes from 500 to one thousand pesos.
In the North zone of the DF the points are in the Central of Buses, in the whereabouts of Green Indios and surroundings of the Villa; in the east, the red lights are on the outskirts of the Zaragoza Metro station; night centers of Axis 3; Central de Abastos and high impact dens.
In the Iztapalapa delegation, of those with the highest degree of marginalization, prostitution points were located in colonies such as San Juan Xalpa; La Loma; East Army; Chinampac de Juárez and Constitutionalist Army.
In the West, the town of Santa Fé, the Xalalpa neighborhood, the Observatory, El Queso and Chimalapa truck station stand out; while in the Tlalpan delegation the road of the same name shines, from the San Antonio Abad metro to the Churubusco River.
In addition to the traditional sexual corridors, this practice is expanding to other colonies that did not register it as Condesa years ago, in streets like Campeche, Nuevo León in its crossings with Insurgentes and Viaducto, Chilapancingo and Amsterdam.
On Paseo de la Reforma, from Seville to Prague, on the perimeter of the Glorieta de la Diana and the Zona Rosa, you can also see the sex trade by men who wait for their clients on the side, next to the bike path.
The local deputy of the National Action Party (PAN), Luis Mendoza, assures that there is sex trade in colonies of Benito Juárez such as Álamos, Moderna, Postal, Niños Héroes, Nativitas, among others.
In Cuauhtémoc, in Colonia Guerrero, on Reforma, girls and women, some of them in street situations, offer services for 50 or 100 pesos, which gives them just enough to buy cheap substances; It is also considered a point of drug dealing.