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Transcript of Turismo Sexual
Whether you like it or not, sex has been traded since time immemorial. How different peoples treat this "merchandise" tells a lot about them. Attitudes towards prostitution are heavily ingrained in every culture and as such are worth exploring. Some countries fight it, while others try to regulate the business by legalizing or at least turning a blind eye to it and allowing prostitution to exist in designated city areas, known as red light districts.
Well organized transnational trafficking, in the hands of real mafias. The majority of exploiters are Asian.
Bangladesh Popular China India Taiwan
Cambodia Indonesia Japan Thailand
Nepal Pakistan Sri Lanka Vietnam
These nations are preferred because there is an easy access to child prostitution and the costs to travel to those countries is very low, and the risk of being identified as a child molester is minimum.
Unfortunately Mexico is considered a Paradise for child prostitution.
México es el principal destino del turismo sexual en toda América y es conocido como "el Bangkok de Latinoamérica"
El estudio fue realizado por la Red de Organizaciones Trabajando para la Eliminación de la Explotación Sexual Comercial de Niños, Niñas y Adolescentes (ECPAT)
Este documento afirma que, aunque no hay estadísticas oficiales, según información de prensa hubo entre 16.000 y 20.000 menores de 18 años víctimas de explotación sexual en el país entre 1998 y 2000.
The sexual business generates over 6 billion euros a year, and offers work to more than 4 million people across the world, it’s the 2nd most lucrative business around the world, and only 5% of prostitutes say that they work because it’s their decision, unfortunately the rest are victims of human trafficking .
The best known of all of them, De Wallen has long been a major tourist attraction in Amsterdam. Prostitutes of both sexes provide their services in a network of alleys housing some 300 one-room cabins. They solicit clients by displaying their wares from behind a glass window or door.
Reeperbahn, Hamburg, Germany
Soho, London, England
Rue St. Denis and Pigalle, Paris, France
Rue d'Aerchot (Aarschotstraat in Dutch), Brussels, Belgium
Sex tourism is travel to engage in sexual activity with prostitutes.
Eastern Europe, is known for human trafficking