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4 minutes ago, RKASA said:

but the number of women that do this does not matter about the economy - only the level at which they work

I tend to disagree with that, the levels expand, as with all parts of an economy.

As has been stated here already, the majority of the money spent on prostitution in places like Thailand is under the radar of the traditional ways of monitoring. However that money does get spent in, some in ways that are monitored, some that are not. 

In reality, if the 'ladies' were liable for income tax on their earnings, then they would be in the top 10% of Thailand's tax payers, if it was declared as it was the amount earned! Most Thai's with an income of 45k per month or less do not pay any tax on their earnings.

Money generates money by its very nature.

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As one lady told me a few months ago, I didn't know it would be so hard to sale my p---y. They do not want to pay, they do not have money after the fact, they want only to buy my dinner, and they only want to furnish me a room for the night.  Finding a good punter is hard work. As another friend said the tell you about their fancy hotel room and they will buy you your food just stay for free. She says thanks for drinks but I do not work for food. 

 

Get  a grip boys most men who come to Thailand do not have a clue including s few who have posted mostly nonsense to this thread

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Did he say prostitution or pollution.?

Sir, the place is an oversized rubbish dump, it is the main reason people come to see even if they do not partake

What ? You want them to come to see dirty beaches, taxis & touts that rip everybody off, police  & officials who are only concerned abut their back pocket & good chance injured, maimed or killed on the roads because Thais refuse to accept that rules & regulations apply the them along with absolutely no

policing on the roads (I have just last week driven over 1, 400 km on country roads & have needed to take evasive action to avert nasty avoidable accidents with police literally looking the other way on far too many occasions.

The working girls make 2/5 times what can be earned in a factory & as the country has failed them 

in so many ways  including the education system ( I have 3 girls working for me that cannot even read 

& write) but they can send home twice the average salary to Isaan  every month to take care of their families, who would not literally starve but would live a miserable life without these monies.

I cannot see the Government of the day ever helping so they help themselves.

Please take off your rose coloured glasses & understand a bit more about your own countries mechanics

not just the privileged classes before opening your big trap

 

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I also wonder how much foreign income this trade generates ?

They would not have a clue

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It will never change. Because with the bribe money from the red light mileue, all politicians are getting their bags full. Just the usual hypocrisy to fool the public and to pretend that you want to change something.

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Prostitution is forbidden by law in Thailand.

Where is the problem?

There are no prositutes in Thailand.

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The whole Mia Noi, Gik pyramid has been made by the Thais and now they must lie in it.

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'The prime minister noted that ... “Some people love expensive goods, but they don’t have the money ...'

 

There's irony for you.

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7 hours ago, AGareth2 said:

but they are the law

Mad as <deleted>, yeah? Like its gunna just stop and no-one will ever so much as think of Thailand's sex industry again! That's called having a <deleted> larf, pal, that is!! And how does it start, exactly? With the PM running up and down bar-girl and prostitution areas (with one of Harry Enfield's Self-Righteous Brothers side-burned wigs on) shouting the Thai equivalent of 'Oi, Thailand! No!!!!!!!' (<deleted>)... :post-4641-1156693976::sleepy::emot-kiss::passifier::kiss01::ph34r:       :wai:

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The reputation is still there and the number of tourists has not been declined, what will this change? For many people who does not get involved its not really a problem, everybody is happy with his own life. Those who earn their living, those who support their family,  those who want to get more money, those who find a husband. 

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You will never stop Ladyboys i.e. men from selling sex for money and one day it will be bigger than the girls and they are not endemic  in every society. 

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