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Nigerian, Ghanaian fans to get excellent service as Brazil prostitutes learn English for 2014 World Cup

Posted On Monday, 6th May 2013
Ghanaian football fans attending next year's World Cup in Brazil will not bargain for sex in difficulty as the country's prostitutes are getting some English lesson to serve their clients with better communication.

Brazilian prostitutes are famous for their excellent service

Ghanaian football fans attending next year’s World Cup in Brazil will not bargain for sex in difficulty as the country’s prostitutes are getting some English lesson to serve their clients with better communication.

Nigeria football fans will be the first Africans to experience the good customer service of the Brazilian sex pros as they will play in the Confederations Cup next month.

Brazilian authorities are giving English lessons to prostitutes so they can give a warmer welcome to tens of thousands of football fans headed here for June’s Confederations Cup, as well as next year’s World Cup.

Belo Horizonte’s 80,000 sex workers are counting on brisk business as authorities predict 40,000 tourists will be in town next month for a total of three matches June 15-30.

A whopping 140,000 are expected to follow for the 2014 World Cup.

With that in mind, the Association of Prostitutes has been offering free English classes to its members at a local mall since March.

“We teach basic expressions but also have demonstrations with erotic paraphernalia so they can learn the names, how to use them and propose them,” said Igor Fuchs, a volunteer who also teaches Spanish and French.

The goal, says association president Cida Vieira, is to provide prostitutes with communication skills to keep clients who don’t speak Portuguese happy – both during the upcoming sports extravaganzas and beyond.

“We deal with ‘gringos’ (foreign men) daily on the streets and in discos,” Vieira said.

“We want to train the girls so they can better serve them.”

So far, 300 prostitutes have signed up.

Attendance is irregular and older women like 55-year-old Maria Aparecida, who has been in the business for almost three decades, tend to come to class more often than others.

“I have always wanted to speak English,” she told AFP. “I raised my kids by doing this job.”

Demand is definitely there – on both sides of the booming sex trade.

“Tourists are going to flock here and those who come from abroad like to spend,” said 26-year-old Vitoria, clad in a pink mini dress as she waited for work at one of many sex motels on busy Guaicurus Street.

On average, she sees 20 customers a day in her tiny room, with 15-minute sessions costing between $10 and $25.

Some of the women view learning English as a way of securing their livelihood down the road.

“It’s important to speak English because one day I will quit prostitution to find another job and another language will help,” said Vitoria.

But not all are sold on the need to speak English – or any other foreign language for that matter.

“I have never had American or French clients,” said Yasmin, a transvestite, as he showed off some deft samba moves on Avenida Afonso Pena before rushing to negotiate with a client in a waiting car.

“I know basic words such as ‘good morning’ and ‘condom’,” said 31-year-old Juliana across the street.

“For the rest, I get by with gestures. All men are the same. They come for the same thing. No need for words.”

Belo Horizonte is not the only Brazilian city taking steps to beef up its sex industry offerings ahead of the World Cup, which will be followed by the 2016 Summer Olympics.

A shortage of hotel rooms has led authorities in Rio de Janeiro to invest millions of dollars to convert raunchy motels to accommodate the legions of tourists expected for the events.

Nigeria fans will already have a good experience of the customer service of the Brazilian prostitutes while Ghanaians will have to wait to qualify first.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Maxwell Johnson says:

    Disgusting!!

  2. @kwame says:

    Whoever wrote this article is stupid. GSN… Full of SHS leavers! Thwarts.

  3. Samedge says:

    Did i heard, Nigayrian football fans will be the 1st Africans to experience the good customer service of the Brazilian sex pros? Hahahaha! They are the 1st African whores. No wonder both Hiv1 & Hiv2 are rampant in nigayria. Suicide bombing nation

  4. Elinam Dormenyo says:

    What a story, so so disgusting!!?

  5. Nice says:

    @Samedge, mugu like u. The whole world knows Ghana women are the cheapest whores on earth and Ghana is the scum of the world. Shame to a

  6. jay says:

    @nice and samedge, u r both idiots. this article condemns both Ghana n Nigeria and yet u r throwing out stupid comments instead of u condemning the so called author here. God have mercy on us, stupid article.

  7. what a stupid article posted,people who post these articles should be brought to assalam down for psychiatrich check out.what a shame may allah save us.

  8. what a stupid article posted,people who post these articles should be brought to assalam down for psychiatrich check out.what a shame may allah save africa

  9. shame says:

    Haha promoting promiscuity ,thanks to gsn.

  10. shame says:

    Hahaha ,promoting promiscuity ,thanks to gsn.

  11. are we promoting promiscuity here,GSN? pls try to let always your articles look attractive and educative to other serious people who want to achieve something better in life..a civilized countries like Ghana And Nigeria shouldn’t condon this “prostitute promotion” at all if we think we are who we are and what we represent africans…IRRELEVANT ARTICLE!!

  12. Jay-Jay 10 says:

    THIS IS RIDICULOUS!!!!!! gsn..hmmmm





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