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These concerns include that the law authorizes police to enter alleged sex establishments without a warrant, the lack of social assistance provided to victims, involutary repatriations, and the resulting division between NGOs which claim to oppose sex trafficking and those which support sex workers themselves.
Respect is meeting with ministers and other organisations and groups with the push for decriminalisation. During the Ayutthaya Kingdom —prostitution was legal and taxed,  : 2 and the state ran brothels. We want the sex industry gone. Despite entertainment venues re-opening, year-old Mint - not her real name - doubts business will be back to normal with the country's borders still closed, crippling tourism in Bangkok which was the world's most visited city for four years.
She said the current law forced sex workers to work in isolation and placed them in a vulnerable position.
Operators have also found ways to move the sex trade offshore. Crime and punishment Chrissie said sex workers would be more likely to report a crime if the laws were changed. Central Intelligence Agency.
We want Thailand to be about quality tourism. The FTSPA maintains that influential figures have used legal loopholes to open "pretty spas" or massage parlours where tourists can buy sexual services. Bales also points to the fact that ten kinds of wives are outlined in the Vinaya, or rules for monks.
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