Prostitution in Argentina (exchanging sex for money) is legal under Federal law. Article 19 of the constitution states: “The private actions of people that do not offend in any way the public order and morality, nor damage a third person, are only reserved to God, and are exempt from the authority of the magistrates.” Organised prostitution (brothels, prostitution rings and pimping) is illegal. In addition, individual provinces may place further restriction on the trade. For example, in San Juan, publicly offering sex services for money is punishable by up to 20 days in jail. In 2012, newspapers were banned from carrying classified-ads offering sexual services. UNAIDS estimated there to be about 75,000 prostitutes in the country in 2016. Sex workers and the 2016 Human Rights Report of the US Department of State, report corruption, abuse and violence towards sex workers by the police. AMMAR report that between July 1996 and November 2001, 41 of their members have been murdered. Only 3 of these have been solved. Traffickers from across Argentina bypass regulations that ban brothels by establishing “mobile brothels” in vans and trucks, making raids more difficult; this practice is particularly prevalent in the northern area of the country. So in Buenos Aires they basically have the bang bus drive around and you can fuck while seeing sights of the city. Nice👍👍
August 29th, 2021
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today called for the suspect in a violent anti-Semitic hate crime in Argentina to be prosecuted to the fullest extent following the brutal assault of a headmaster of an Orthodox Jewish school in Buenos Aires. Moshe Cohen, director of Heichal Hatora, was hit in the head with an iron bar on May 9 as he was leaving the school. He was hospitalized with a serious head injury. The assailant, who was arrested a few blocks from the scene, allegedly shouted “Jew, Jew” during the assault. The incident took place on the eve ofI srael’s Independence Day. “From what we have learned from the Jewish community in Argentina, this assault was nothing less than a brutal, violent and shocking anti-Semitic hate crime,” said Abraham H. Foxman, ADL National Director. “Crimes motivated by hatred of Jews or other minorities have no place in any society, and must be condemned in the strongest terms. The imposition of hate crime charges under the appropriate Argentine laws should help to send a message that violent attacks motivated by hatred are not only unacceptable in their society, but will be punished to the fullest possible extent of the law.”<SNIP> LINK. No wonder the whole fucking world hates jews.
February 21st, 2021
December 15th, 2020