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Tuesday, February 19, There are 3, prostitutes in the Canary Islands and researchers issue a warning over the normalisation of the activity. Girls Some 3, women work as prostituties in the Canary Islands, most of them Latin American and Spanish, according to an estimate in the first report on this activity prepared by the University of La Laguna on behalf of the Government of the Canary Islands.
The professor of Sociology and Anthropology, Esther Torrado, who presented the report before the commission of the Parliament of the Canary Islands last Tuesday, has said that women and girls at risk of social vulnerability are those who are more likely to be captured for the trade, a phenomenon whose presence on the street is already infamous, due to the "diversification" of the offer with clubs, flats or through the internet. The study lasted two years and has had almost 1, surveys carried out and the collaboration of professionals close to the activity.
The usual profile of prostitutes in the archipelago is a woman in a precarious economic situation with children and relatives under her care, with little academic training and who, in the case of foreigners, must send money remittances to their country. Almost all are victims of gender violence and many have suffered sexual, physical or emotional abuse during their childhood.
Torrado points out that prostitution has mutated and bears little resemblance to what was practiced in the 70s and 80s, as international networks predominate controlling the second most economic business in the world through the "commodification" of a woman's body. The study describes the high mobility of the activity in the islands given that clients demand variety and low prices, hence the 'mafias' try to change the offer frequently, highlighting also a high demand for these services in the islands of La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro, which is resolved with 'shipments' from Tenerife and Gran Canaria.