We know that s*x is pleasurable and that it’s good for you but did you know that there are actual spots in the world who consider it a profession, or at the very least a lure for tourists to go to their places?
It’s terrible but here is the list that Viral4Real revealed if you want to know who among those countries practice s*x tourism.
It’s ranked as the least popular to the most popular s*x tourism destinations.
1. Dominican Republic
If you to this country, you’ll be able to see brothels legally operating, along with massage parlors that offer s*xual services, and prostitutes walking along the downtown areas.
In case you didn’t know, the DR is also ranked as the fourth highest in the world who export lots of s*x workers out there.
Apparently, Cambodia has long been considered as a destination for male s*x tourists from Asia and other Western countries.
Prostitution is prohibited here but it’s practiced all over the place--and is actually visible in tourist spots!
It was reported that in 2014, more than four million foreigners have visited the country for its beaches and the temples of Angkor while some, for the pure fun that s*x entails.
Prostitution is legal and regulated here, which means brothels are all over the place. Amsterdam is widely known for its s*x tourism industry as well.
It’s not just the older ladies who participate in the s*x trade--even girls as young as 12 are lured into this kind of profession. Even tourists would willingly pay high for s*x with a girl in hidden locations.
Even though it’s considered illegal, prostitution is being widely practiced in the Philippines because most women consider it as their means to pay off their debts or to provide financial support to their families.
The one that probably made this rampant were the US soldiers, who established “go go” and “girlie” bars during and after WWII in order to have fun with the locals.
It was said that looking for s*x is easy here as prostitutes prowl the streets of Cartagena, Colombia, and even police-patrolled streets.
In this country, prostitution is deemed a “crime against decency or morality” and still, it is heavily practiced and regulated by people.
In fact, they even have entertainment venues or special prostitution complexes called “lokalisasi.”
Just like most European countries where they are more liberal, prostitution is popular and socially accepted in this country.
It was revealed that around 300,000 prostitutes work in clubs, town centers, industrial estates, country roads, and roadside bars.
Just like the previous one, prostitution is also legal in Brazil, where there are no laws that forbid adults to be professional s*x workers.
However, it is illegal to operate a legit brothel or to employ a s*x worker in other ways (we don’t know and we have no idea).
S*x is known to be a commodity here, where the trade is considered a large business. Although not strictly illegal, public nuisance laws are still in effect and it is practiced and partly regulated.
Shocking! Have you ever been to these countries before? Do you know anyone who has? Or do you know anyone who has ever encountered a s*x worker?
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