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There are hundreds or thousands of girls working as prostitutes in Cali.
They are mostly working on the streets, in brothels and massage parlors.
It has about 2 million inhabitants and it is a significant industrial and commercial center of activity in Colombia.  Crime is a big problem, and there are also urban militias of the FARC-EP active in the metropolitan area, though a big cleanup was done lately.
Being at around 1,000 meters above sea level, it has a warm, but not excessively hot climate. In April, 2014 no problems were seen but the stay was in Granada, a nice suburb (March 2014). Prostitution in Colombia is legal as long as it is done in designated "tolerance zones". There's no official red-light area in Cali, but you can find tens of brothels and massage salons to have sex with girls.
It's a web red light district, and unlike some gaudy Dutch strip or seedy sidewalk, you're completely anonymous. The basic premise of the cam girl game is a simple one: You pay a girl for her time, and in exchange, she'll take off her clothes, talk to you, play with herself (and others), or any combination thereof.
When your money is up, so's your time — the two of you part ways until you've got the cash and willingness to go at it again.
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The panel will be moderated by SARA FERRER VALENCIA an Afro-Colombian lawyer and human rights advocate currently serving as the Research Fellow at AAPF and CISPS.