Philippines sex tourism

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Tourists walk the streets of a red light district in the northern Philippine province of Pampanga. Photo by Vincent Go. The depravity of human nature reveals itself in the most shocking way as sex tourism. This phenomenon has become a government-supported and encouraged form of personal and national income generation in many countries that exploits and abuses millions of people around the world. Currently, almost half a million people in the Philippines specifically, and many more in other nations, work in the huge sex tourist industry that annually generates several billion U. Yet, the human suffering experienced is incalculable.

Prostitution and sex tourism

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The curse of sex tourism

Their fathers visited the Philippines to buy sex: now a generation of children want to track them down. B rigette Sicat will not be going to school today. She sits, knees to chest, in a faded Winnie-the-Pooh T-shirt, on the double mattress that makes up half her home. At night, she curls up here with her grandmother and two cousins, beneath the leaky sheets of corrugated iron that pass for a roof. Today, the monsoon rain is constant and the floor has turned to mud.
The Philippines, like some other Southeast Asian countries, has an unfortunate reputation for prostitution and sex tourism. Continue reading to find out more about According to the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women w www.