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Firebrand Chuwit says GI’s in Vietnam war left "legacy of sex culture" in Thailand

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but 90% of the sex industry is for Thais

File photo: Daily News   Firebrand former politician and TV presenter Chuwit Kamolwisit went online - apropos of nothing - to give the Thai public the benefit of his years of experience in T

A Thai pimp blaming "Farang" for the sex culture in Thailand. How surprising.   Obviously there was no prostitution in Thailand before the Vietnam war, and these white devils lured and trick

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9 minutes ago, CrunchWrapSupreme said:

perhaps many young ladies might have alternatives to what largely becomes their inevitable path.

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3 minutes ago, thaibeachlovers said:

Sure, sure. I've no doubt every young woman from a poor family in school dreams of working in a sweat shop for a pittance, and would never ever take the easy way to riches by engaging in sex with farangs.


Or from a HiSo Thai.


There is a house near us where beautiful girls arrive every almost every evening in their Mercedes and Audi (in red plates). Over the next couple of hours men turn up in all sorts cars. The party starts, everyone is happy (I assume). No need for soapy massage places. This is far more discrete.

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Just the consequences of a free market economy where supply is structured to meet demand I guess.


If the supply or the demand is missing nothing is going to happen.

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Pretty accurate but missed out the short time hotel scene and didn't enlarge on the 'number' hotels as 'locked brothels' with mainly Thai customers, and pale skinned, possibly underage girls. It's unclear if these still exist or if and why they faded out. The article finishes pointing out that P4P exited hundreds of years before GI RnR but doesn't really enlarge on its origins.

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