Colombian Prostitutes in Trinidad
All told the court they had come to Trinidad to make money. One said she wanted to buy a house back home and the others said they could not find jobs. Garcia said she planned to get married but the meantime, she was prostituting herself. Ref. Source 2
I was reading an article in the Express about the arrest of Yenny Maria Rineo Cruz Source 4 a Colombian young lady who was charged with prostitution.
The Express closed the comments section but when I first read it, the men were praising Yenni's beauty and saying how she should charge more and how come she didn't find a "Dumb" Trinidadian man to marry so she doesn't have to do that sort of job, some also were saying how men go to these Colombian ladies because they love their "Butter" Skin because when they go home they have to go to a fat, greasy old woman, etc.
The women were vex saying that Trinidadian men always prefer them "Black" And always will.
One of my friends loves them and he has a girlfriend from Colombia who offered her night services here in Trinidad. I don't know how men could go after harlots but he did. I find it so risky what these women do as they can contract a communicable disease and it's downright immoral too!
Why those nice Colombian women feel they need to sell themselves like that? All them need to do is look for a Triniman to marry and they will take care of them. Some of them Trinidadian men love a Spanish but Them Colombians want fast money and they willing to sell themselves for it. It rough in their country if they have to come to a place like this to sleep with strangers, sad all around.
Instead of those Colombian women running for the US they coming to here. Our money must be really good but I'm wondering how they get here? They just come on a plane or by boat?
According to a TV6 News report called, "Sex, Drugs & Latinas" A guest interviewee basically said that Trinidad men like to have sex with fair women and that women from other Caribbean islands will not do. The report put this forward as the reason why the sex trade of Latin women is so popular in Trinidad especially in Central and South. As part of the undercover report they tried to talk to one of the girls who did not seem much interested in conversation and instead put out her fee of TT$300.
We break from Colombian Prostitutes In Trinidad to share philosophy from old times:
Today is: 8th December (GMT), in history on the 8th of December, 1864 AD the following event happened:
Pope Pius IX publishes encyclical Quanta cura ("Syllabus errorum")