With a reported 27, prostitutes which is roughly one for every five peoplePattaya in Thailand is the 'sex capital' of the world.
Sex is central to the city's economy, with more than bars and massage parlours, many acting as fronts for brothels. Thailand is not the sex capital of the world. At least I don't think so. There are many beautiful places that can be seen in Thailand and brothels. The World Tourism Organization defines “Sexual Tourism,” as: Thailand has a city called Pattaya and that is the sex capital of the world.
According to the Mirrorprostitution is illegal in Thailand but cwpitals law is pretty much ignored with brothels. Pattaya is home to more than 1, bars and 'massage parlours'.
However, thanks to Thailand's first female Tourism minister, things could be about to change. Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul called for a crackdown on the sex trade following a series of raids on Thai brothels.Naughty Wives Want Real Sex London
She's looking to reinvent the city as a family-friendly destination. As a result of the crackdown, prostitutes were arrested.
Tragically, 15 of them were underage. At the time, she told Reuters: We want the sex industry gone. It seems like the change can't come quick enough as the east-coast city has been compared to a owrld Sodom and Gomorrah.
Not exactly the 'family-friendly' image they're looking. According to researchone in ten men in the UK have visited a prostitute at some point in their lives.
If you fall within that number, it's probably not something you really want to talk about openly. Over at Refinery29they managed to get hold of three men who were happy to discuss their experiences with prostitutes in extremely detailed terms.
Interestingly, Refinery29 decided to get women to mouth what the men were saying in the video, which makes for pretty uncomfortable viewing. If you ever had it in mind to go and see a prostitute and that video hasn't put you off, I don't know what.
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