Sex Tourism The tragic reality of the growing international sex tourism industry is that the basic causes for workers and customers to be engaging in this type of tourism only seem to be increasing. From poverty, to drug addiction, to sex addiction, to a dearth of effective legal remedies, the causes for people to become swept into the swift current of international sex tourism and buffeted along for years include complex issues at a socioeconomic level. Perhaps the most logical place to initiate an examination of international sex tourism is Thailand. Prostitution has existed in the country of Thailand for centuries. The social construct of prostitution and concubinage was introduced to the Thai culture by Chinese businessmen; they had...The end:
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