Countries With The Highest Rate Of Prostitution – According to Denis Foynes, there are about 3 million people travelling every year on se x tourism trips and the number isn’t getting any smaller. Below is a list of the top 10 countries with the most se x workers per 10,000 people.
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10. Thailand: 45 se x workers per 10,000 people
9. Germany: 49 se x workers per 10,000 people
Pr0stitution is also legal here in Germany. It’s little wonder when you consider that organized prost itution in the country dates back to the 1200’s AD
8. Malaysia: 52 se x workers per 10,000 people
Prostitution is huge in Malaysia. The United States has put Malaysia on the blacklist of countries with the worst cases of human trafficking and human rights abuse, including child prost itution.
7. Brazil: 53 se x workers per 10,000 people
Prost itution is legal in Brazil, however, it is illegal to run a prosti tution center or to employ prost itutes in any other way.
6. China: 60 se x workers per 10,000 people
According to some of the well known researchers in China, there are about 10 million active pros titutes in China. In other words, these prost itutes actually contribute as much as five percent to the country’s annual GDP (although the earnings are not taxed, it still goes back into the economy through consumption).
5. Nigeria: 63 se x workers per 10,000 people
A se x tourism market for divorced older western women is on the rise in Nigeria.
4. Philippines: 85 se x workers per 10,000 people
The Philippines offers female company in the form of “bargirls”. The girls here are usually required to wear their “bargirl” ID tags in well known places. On top of that, they are regularly tested for STDs.
3. Peru: 102 se x workers per 10,000 people
In Peru, pr0stitution is legal for women over 18 years old and that’s only if they register with municipal authorities and carry a health certificate. However, child pr0stitution is still going on in this region (in fact, the number has doubled in the recent years).
2. South Korea: 110 se x workers per 10,000 people
Despite legal sanctions and police crackdowns, pr0stitution continues to flourish in South Korea, while se x workers continue to actively resist the state’s activity.
1. Venezuela: 119 se x workers per 10,000 people
The economic condition in Venezuela is pretty bad and this is one of the reason that tripled the number of s*x workers here.