There are several countries around the world where prostitution is legal and it’s sort of a profession for many girls. Not all women choose this profession but there are some women who willingly accept this as a job. We think this profession is bad and people are forced in this field but you might want to reconsider this after seeing the list below. Prostitution has been in this world for centuries. Here we have listed countries where prostitution is legal and it’s like every other job. Keep reading to find more about it.
Here are the 15 countries with an immense level of prostitution. Take a look!
A recent survey shows that Cambodia is booming with prostitutes. The country is also one of the biggest in terms of HIV outbreak.
2. Dominican Republic
The Dominican Republic is known for adult tourism. According to a report, trafficking convictions in the Dominican Republic have been very low.
Though the adult tourism and $3x industry are illegal in Kenya, adult tourism is on the rise. Thousands of people go to small towns for a one night stand.
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4. The Netherlands
Netherland is also known for its Red Light District. Nearly 1,000 prostitutes can be found in Amsterdam at any given time.
Both adult tourism and drug traffic operations are on rise in Colombia.
6. The Philippines
Prostitution has been illegal in the Philippines for years, but nothing is done to prevent it.
Prostitution was legalized in Spain in 1995 and Spain is one of the countries where there is a high rate of prostitution.
Women are a major part of the prostitution circuit in Indonesia. According to a news channel, it has become more popular through social media.
Much like other countries, prostitution is legal in Brazil. Many people find themselves hitting up Chile, the United States, and Argentina to make a few extra bucks.
Thailand has always been popular for the adult tourism. Most people go to Thailand just for hook ups.
Prostitution is legal in Bangladesh but not male prostitution. This country has a severe minor trafficking problem, which is injected into the system by corruption. Pimping and owning a brothel is legal here.
Malaysia is blacklisted for having the worst cases of human trafficking and human rights abuse.
There are about 10 million prostitutes in China. And surprisingly, this profession contribute as much as five percent to the country’s annual GDP.
Adult tourism market for divorced elder women is on the rise in Nigeria. This is the latest trend in the country.
In Peru, Prostitution is legal for women over 18 years old but only if you get registered by municipal authorities.
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