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The whole Internet and all travel guides are full of warnings: Avoid the Jineteros and Jineteras because they are trouble! As you might have noticed, my opinions differ from the mainstream point of view. First came the Jinetera feminine. It all started with Fidel proclaiming in a speech that Cubans did not need to earn extra money by getting involved with tourists. The state took care of everything, so the women that were getting involved with foreign men did so for their pleasure.
They rode the foreigner just for fun. Hence the term Jinetera which translates in jockey in English. In the same speech, he proclaimed that Cuba has no prostitution, but if there were prostitutes in Cuba it would be the best-educated prostitutes in the world! He was right and wrong at the same time. Yes, prostitution does exist in Cuba and yes they are well educated for the most.
The Jinetera was born. Now a Jinetera is somebody that somehow makes money with tourists. And since making money in Cuba is almost always illegal… And we believe that people that do illegal stuff are bad, Jineteros are bad.
On top of that, we think that our way of doing things is good. Most people now define a Jinetero as a street hustler. But he is much more than that! The ones on the street annoying tourists are just the top of the iceberg. Or is this a Jinetero? Everything would be cheaper without them. Everybody with a paycheck drives up the price. Most jineteros speak English and go out of their way to appear friendly, by offering to serve as tour guides or to facilitate the purchase of cheap cigars, for example.
Yes, sometimes street hustlers can become aggressive verbally but almost never as in very, very rarely violent. Cuba is incredibly safe! Jineteros are no criminals! They are people like you and me, trying to make ends meet.