Rio de Janeiro is the second largest city in Brazil, on the South Atlantic coast.
By amateurs - the girls who will spend the night with you for free.
The term “non-pro” gets used in a variety of ways, but usually to signify someone who is not a hardcore pro but who still expects to be paid.
Beaches such as Copacabana and Ipanema, the Christ The Redeemer (Cristo Redentor) statue, the stadium of Maracanã and Sugar Loaf Mountain (Pão de Açúcar) are all well-known sights of what the inhabitants call the "marvelous city" (cidade maravilhosa), and are also among the first images to pop up in travelers´ minds, along with the Carnaval celebration.
You can find prostitution very easily from Rio de Janeiro.
There are clubs all over Rio, and it’s best to ask locals which are hot, since this changes as often as putas change underwear.
One nice restaurant, Mostarda, has dancing on the 2nd floor after midnight, and there are lots of beauties. Getting in these places is much like getting in to a trendy club in NY. You will generally NOT find pros in these clubs (if you do, they are usually “off-duty” and there to dance), but it is possible to sweet talk your way into some beautiful young thing’s pants ...
Prostitution itself (exchanging sex for money) in Brazil is legal, as there are no laws forbidding adult prostitution, but it is illegal to operate a brothel or to employ prostitutes in any other way.
It is a common mistake to think of Rio as Brazil's capital, a distinction it lost on April 21st 1960 when Brasilia became the capital.
An estimated 3,000 women work in the Vila Mimosa sex industry offering their services in more than 70 bars and nightclubs situated around a bustling red-light district Vila Mimosa, is estimated to generate up to US$ 430,000 a month through prostitution. Women who work as prostitutes in the area reportedly charge US to 20 for sex.
Some of the women also hold part time jobs as maids and cashiers in addition to their sex work in order to pay bills.
You can see lots of local stunners with string bikinis on the Copacabana and Ipanema beaches.