It also said that it was planning to amend the country's prostitution law to allow them to access social welfare benefits, as only 5 per cent were part of Thailand's social security system. Retrieved 4 November When arrests of sex workers occur at such premises, police usually treat the act of prostitution as an exchange between the sex worker and the client—an exchange to which the owner of the business was not a party.
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Support of prostitution is pervasive in political circles, as BBC News reported in Add your comment to this story To join the conversation, please Log in. Children are exploited in sex establishments and are also approached directly in the street by paedophiles seeking sexual contact.
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They know that some are treated with brutal violence. Prostitutes may be female or male or transgenderand prostitution may entail heterosexual or homosexual activity, but historically most prostitutes have been women and most clients men. Archived from the original on 21 October April The issue of the legal response to prostitution is a hotly debated topic.
Download as PDF Printable version. Whilst some argue for a zero tolerance approach arguing it is inherently exploitative others say it is a matter of personal choice for people who need protecting by police.
He added: "Enforcement alone has proven to be an inadequate response to prostitution. Retrieved 10 January Latest contents 15 activists facing charges for Free Youth protest report to police. Hennessy 16 September