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How to treat the porn industry in China   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2006-3-22 15:34:22 |Display all floors
I've learned that it's a bad idea to answer the phone with a English "Hello" in the hotels. Solicitation is a lot more rampant in the East Asian countries that I've been to than anywhere else (save Russia, where there is absolutely NO censoring at all). But the first incident at a barber shop was quite funny - I was beginning to wonder why the massage part was taking so long.

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Post time 2006-3-22 17:00:28 |Display all floors

how about prostitution become legal?

Base on the need, the prostitution become popular in China even in the world. It is the essential root of AIDS, venereal disease. It seems like a hundreds of bricks even the goverment and policement cann't stop. More and more people including the youth and children get hurt from the diseases causing by prostitution.

Maybe we can declare it to become a legal issue,so that it can protect more people from suffering.

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Post time 2006-3-22 17:20:16 |Display all floors
The Policemen and Government aren't exactly 'trying' to stop it. If they actually were 'trying' they would of made hotels and KTV zones cease those activities already. It doesn't take a detective to spot clues if the clues are straight in his/her face.

This cannot be entirely stopped however they can take further measures on educating everyone about protected sex. At the end of the day, it's up to those girls and their customers own self-discipline. If prostitution is completely abolished in this country the increase of rapes will surface. Also there will still be 'illegal' prostitution due to the human libido and societies demand.
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Post time 2006-3-23 00:55:19 |Display all floors
porn industry mean the following in China:

porn pix on Internet, porn discs sold in markets, porn phone calls, porn short messages, and prostitution.
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Post time 2006-3-24 19:27:06 |Display all floors
It's a release for a male heavy population. Can't condone it but they sure as hell don't want to reap the whirlwind if they cut out the porn , hooker and stuff...

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Post time 2006-3-24 20:10:46 |Display all floors

challenge

"If prostitution is completely abolished in this country the increase of rapes will
surface"

Excuse me "eyeofstorm" but this is a completely falacious statement.  Take this as a challenge to produce ANY credible study that correlates the absence of
prostitution and the proliferation of rape.  Rape has NOTHING to do with sex.  Rape
is a crime of violence.

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Post time 2006-3-24 20:24:31 |Display all floors
Rape obviously has something to do with sex. It is an act of sex by force.

Many ultra-feminists regard prostitution as a form of rape, with the result that nobody takes them seriously. And they also try to link higher rape rates with legalization of prostitution, the opposite of the above hypothesis.

They are most likley unrelated. I haven't heard of excessive rape rates in Mao China when levels of prostitution were extremely low. Likewise, I haven't heard of excessive rape rates in Holland or other places where prostitution is completely legal.

But I do think that rape levels are higher in places where the prostitution is underground (i.e., in places where it is completely illegal), where there is no supervision and where whacko men have an opportunity to mistreat women. This is what prostitutes themselves often say.
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