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Prostitution Paper The society in Thailand has an up and rising problem that they better look into very quickly or else the well being of every citizen could be in great danger This problem is prostitution and it poses almost equally as great of a threat to the nation as would a major war Millions are dying because of diseases that are being spread through unprotected sex and millions more are expected to in the upcoming years There are many certainties in life One of them is being people will have sex and people will pay for sex if they need too Prostitution is a problem that I doubt will ever be able to be stopped but in Thailand it needs to be controlled drastically Well start with the facts There are 2 million prostitutes in the country of Thailand ranging anywhere from the tender age of 12 and up There is just something wrong to me about grown men paying to have sex with a 12 yr Old But its happening for many reasons One major reason is the poverty level in Thailand and the willingness of poor families to do whatever it takes to get money One way being selling their daughters yes thats right selling the girls to men that go around villages offering 750 dollars for service The girls then go off to the city to work off the debt which takes a heck of a lot of work considering the fact that they receive all of about 2 dollars per customer The girls are taken from their families and brought to the city where they live and work They live in a room with about ten other girls sharing one bathroom They then will go to work which requires them sitting in a big room with a bunch of others to be hand picked by the men that they will then please After the man picks them its off
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