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PM Prayut urges all parties concerned to help solve prostitution problem

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I agree with the anti-prostitution crusade. Women should be forced to give it away for free. :)

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He practices Social Intercourse. 

Talk talk talk.

And just about every one else is into Sexual Intercourse. 

 

Never going to happen is it. 

 

It's the oldest profession in the world. 

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1 minute ago, Mac98 said:

I agree with the anti-prostitution crusade. Women should be forced to give it away for free. :)

But only to 35 + year older men in shorts, muscle, or wife beater shirts and sandals, excluded are flip flops. 

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The answer is simple, close all the bars down. Arrest all those that profit from this horrible business which has gone past it's sell-by date. By doing this, you will encourage more families to come, and the dirty-old men to go to another country. 

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2 minutes ago, jenny2017 said:

But only to 35 + year older men in shorts, muscle, or wife beater shirts and sandals, excluded are flip flops. 

55 or older. They have put in their time as somebody's donkey and definitely are out of the remarriage market. I never wear flip flops. Or wife beaters. Or shorts in public. The women would get too excited.

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4 minutes ago, the guest said:

The answer is simple, close all the bars down. Arrest all those that profit from this horrible business which has gone past it's sell-by date. By doing this, you will encourage more families to come, and the dirty-old men to go to another country. 

And your solution for that country? Oh yes, you want the entire world to bend to your whims. Of course dear leader, as you wish.

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6 hours ago, newnative said:

You obviously haven't been to Pattaya in awhile.  Or, you confine yourself to the bars.

Assumptions and wrong on both counts i'm afraid.

 

Even forgetting the bars/gogo bars (that still dominate many centrally placed sois around the city) it's hard to ignore the mile long line of hookers along beach road at night and the multiple large soapies on Second Road. 

 

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3 hours ago, InMyShadow said:

The only time Thailand is stable is under military rule, Thais are like  naughty big school kids that function best under a firm hand. You want proof? well your not here but its quite..peaceful..functional.

The military is acting just as your are saying, but they are accountable to nobody.  At least Shinawatras were accountable to the Thai people.  What gibberish.   Most Thais are rather peaceful and pleasant.  It is insulting to keep bringing up the few violent acts that happened and blame all of Thai society. 

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1 hour ago, jenny2017 said:

Not all want prostitutes. Even when free

??? Contradiction in terms!

 

pros·ti·tu·tion

ˌprästəˈt(y)o͞oSH(ə)n/

noun

the practice or occupation of engaging in sexual activity with someone for payment.

 

 

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Easiest way by far would be decently paid jobs.

 

When you earn 300 baht a day (8 to 12 hours) without, and 500 baht with an university degree, but easily 5000 baht with prostitution, it might actually be the economically better solution to be a bargirl for 2 years and open your own business after that rather than working for two years to earn money for university, studying for 4 years, and then get an slightly less underpaid job.

 

And for those left with a kid by a deadbeat dad, or with parents there might not even be a choice.

 

So... best way to fight prostitution is to offer viable alternatives, rather than prosecution.

 

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 he doesn't know how to make money for Thailand.

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No jobs which pay to support families.

Heard about 4 government jobs not even close to Bangkok, it gave 2500 solicitors !!

The PM probably has no clue what is happening in his country or just dont care, as long as rich Thai are in power.

 

Those girls support whole families, it is not for fun, but just for the need to survive, to "live". 

Now he feels embarrassed ? It started long time ago when American soldiers came to Pattaya.

And not to forget it was normal for a Thai man to have young mistresses besides a wife. And ofcourse he paid them.

So nothing really changed, the girls and families are still poor and try to survive, still no jobs with decent money to live.

But hey it is not any way different then civilized USA. 

   

So leaves at least again 2496 educated prostitutes?

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I don't get why the puritans bang on about stopping prostitution? It is only sex at the end of the day, the most natural act in the world and one in which we all have to partake in to keep the world alive. I don't get the moralising about it. It is a weird Victorian and Christian legacy that we have this belief it is so wrong.

If a woman or man wants to sell her or his body for sex, what business is it of anyone else?

I don't believe anyone can give a logical reason why it is shameful or wrong. As long as a person is not being forced to carry out sex, but then that applies to forced anything, then what is the problem? Of course the liberal do-gooders will say that some people have no-choice but to be in prostitution. Of course the girls have a choice, they can work in 7-11 for 10,000 baht a month or sell themselves and party for 50,000 baht plus per month. The girl's choice and that is why they choose the latter.

I reiterate, what is so wrong with selling your body, some people enjoy it, the money and lifestyle. Porn stars in the west choose this lifestyle and they don't have to in order to make ends meet. It is only sex - usually just two people getting together for mutual benefit and exchanging bodily contact. I really don't get the moralising about it. It is not logical to think this way. It is the same as paying someone to cook your food or wash your clothes. No big deal and nothing shameful.

Thailand should be proud that people visit to have sex with its people. Shows they are desirable.

 

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