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Prostitution will never be legalized in Thailand being a Buddhist

country with many prudish and pious people who want a ' clean

image ' of Thailand while they themselves busing with other vices,

but still, prostitutions is flourishing, alive and kicking and can be

gotten anywhere, albeit prices has gone up sharply from the days

of yore....

 

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17 minutes ago, worgeordie said:

The Police would not be very happy.

regards worgeordie

Why do you pay them for sex! Its a uniform thing:partytime2:

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1 hour ago, Philip550 said:

legalized prostitution

I thought you were going to post about marriage.  :whistling:

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1 hour ago, ezzra said:

Prostitution will never be legalized in Thailand being a Buddhist

country with many prudish and pious people who want a ' clean

image ' of Thailand while they themselves busing with other vices,

but still, prostitutions is flourishing, alive and kicking and can be

gotten anywhere, albeit prices has gone up sharply from the days

of yore....

 

 

The question is, which is worse for your image, legalizing prostitution, or deliberately turning a blind eye to violations of your laws.

 

I know which one is more damaging to the fabric of a society.  And it ain't the hookers...

 

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Legalizing prostitution in Australia resulted in a drop in divorce rates and venereal diseases. I understand the tax people were also happy, because income from prostitution became much more visible.

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1 hour ago, ezzra said:

Prostitution will never be legalized in Thailand being a Buddhist

country

I understand your knowledge of Thailand is rather slanted ezzra----but do try to sprinkle a little bit of fact in there occasionally .

 

Prostitution was always legal in Buddhist Thailand

 

Prostitution itself was made illegal in Thailand in 1960, when a law was passed under pressure from the United Nations 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prostitution_in_Thailand

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5 hours ago, Philip550 said:

When you think about Austria, do you think it gets its reputation from legalized prostitution?

Surprisingly, I never think of Austria. 

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I saw a documentary about prostitution in Germany. Because it is legal, they were sending unemployed women for job interviews in brothels. Mothers, wives and everything. Don't take the job, we stop your money. Figure that wan oot.

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When Google I find prostitution is not illegal in Thailand but soliciting is which possibly a broad view could be taken for this word. Also some public nuisance laws could be invoked.

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11 minutes ago, sharktooth said:

I saw a documentary about prostitution in Germany. Because it is legal, they were sending unemployed women for job interviews in brothels. Mothers, wives and everything. Don't take the job, we stop your money. Figure that wan oot.

What a co.plete load of rubbish. Sorry there is no way on earth that could ever happen not even in Germany

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8 minutes ago, jeab1980 said:

What a co.plete load of rubbish. Sorry there is no way on earth that could ever happen not even in Germany

If it is legal and they pay taxes what's to stop them? Jobs a job. Next you'll be telling me Catholic Priests don't fiddle with Alter Boys.

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It will never be legal in Thailand purely because too many people are making a lot of money because it is illegal.

 

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