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Bangkok in detail. Thailand has had a long and complex relationship with commercial sex work that persists today. Despite all its other tourist draws, it's still known as a sex tourism destination, a designation that began around the time of the Vietnam War. The industry targeted to foreigners is very visible, with multiple red-light districts in Bangkok alone, but there is also a more clandestine domestic sex industry and myriad informal channels of sex-for-hire. Prostitution is technically illegal in Thailand. However, anti-prostitution laws are often ambiguous and unenforced.
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Time to rethink prostitution ban, say experts
Sex Crimes in Thailand | Thailand Law
The purpose of this paper was to evaluate the impact of the Thai Prevention and Suppression of Prostitution Act of in ten geographical regions of the country. This paper also addresses law enforcement approaches in controlling prostitution. Data for prostitution arrests from to were obtained from official police sources Statistics of Reported Crimes of Thailand. ARIMA intervention analysis was employed; revealing the arrest rates of prostitutes between pre- and post-enactment of the present Prostitution Act did not differ statistically within the regions except for Region 8 Phuket.
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Prostitution in Thailand
Given on the 14th Day of October B. His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej is graciously pleased to proclaim that: Whereas it is expedient to revise the law on the suppression of prostitution, Be it, therefore, enacted by the King, by and with the advice and consent of the National Assembly, as follows:. Section 1.
Sex workers in Thailand have launched a petition calling for prostitution to be decriminalised and urging authorities to remove all penalties for selling sex. Empower Foundation , a group that supports sex workers, said it hoped to collect 10, signatures and present the petition to parliament to help persuade lawmakers to consider changing the country's prostitution law. More than 1, people had signed the petition since it was launched on Saturday. Although predominantly Buddhist and deeply conservative, Thailand is home to an extensive sex industry, largely catering to Thai men.