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History of the "Shady Ladies" in Manzanillo. Prostitution and red light districts have long been an aspect of Mexico's social settings. A red light district, known in Mexico as the " Zona de Tolerancia " Zone of Tolerance is a neighborhood where prostitution and other businesses in the sex industry flourish.
Other mentions from the s are numerous, and located all over the United States. One of the earliest known panoramic photos of the port of Manzanillo Please click on photos to enlarge. Port Customs lithograph The Zona de Tolerancia in Manzanillo, most likely started with the development of the port about , and, later, when they started building the railroad Beginning the building of the railroad system, Building the new port customs office, Later in , progress being made on the railroad Of course, when you have a port and a railroad, you need the military to protect it, so along came the Mexican Army and Navy, both based in Manzanillo.
Another portion of track laid to intersect with the main dock Finished passenger train station, Federal troops on horseback early s And, when ships visit a port, they bring in merchant marines, and along with ships, you need dock workers and day laborers to load and unload. Then there are businessmen, politicians, farmers--and don't forget tourists--That's a lot of men--and men have needs Independence Day Parade Army marching, early s Independence Day Navy marching Prostitution has existed in Mexico, either legal or illegal, for centuries.
One thing that has to be differentiated is actual prostitution from adultery. Adultery by women was harshly punished, but prostitution was a different situation, since women sold their time and services to men. There was no adultery when there was social consent. Building the new port required manual labor as well as burro and mule labor The first official dock for the port of Manzanillo.
Note the 3-masted cargo ship in the background Many men, engaged to marry a chaste and pure woman would relieve their "needs" with a prostitute prior to marriage. It was also looked upon as a "learning experience," and a father would, more often than not, bring his sons to a prostitute for their first sexual experience, sometime between the ages of Independence Day parade Manzanillo's first fire truck with all-volunteer "bomberos" First locomotive to arrive in Manzanillo, s Streets of Manzanillo, about For hundreds of years, many Mexican wives have turned a blind eye to a husband's consorting with prostitutes and mistresses.