Philippines sex video 2014

Child sex tourists include citizens from Australia, New Zealand, and countries in Northeast Asia, Europe, and North America.

Increasingly, very young Filipino children are coerced to perform sex acts for internet broadcast to paying foreign viewers.

Prostitution caters to local customers and foreigners.

Media attention tends to focus on those areas catering to sex tourism, primarily through bars staffed by bargirls.

In November 2013, Typhoon Haiyan caused widespread damage in the Philippine provinces of Leyte and Samar, impoverished areas which are known to be source locations for victims of trafficking, and resulted in the displacement of more than four million people.

Prostitution started around Clark Air Base in Angeles City since the early 1960s, when the base assumed importance because of the Vietnam war. Surveys of women working as masseuses indicated that 34 percent of them explained their choice of work as necessary to support poor parents, 8% to support siblings, and 28% to support husbands or boyfriends.

During the 1970s, the main street of Olongapo City had no less than 30 girlie bars catering to the needs of U. Over 50% of the women surveyed in Philippine massage parlors said they carried out their work “with a heavy heart”, and 20% said they were “conscience-stricken because they still considered sex with customers a sin”.

Hundreds of victims are subjected to sex trafficking in well-known and highly-visible business establishments that cater to Filipinos’ and foreign tourists’ demand for commercial sex acts.

Child sex trafficking, which remains a serious problem, also occurs in private residences, facilitated by taxi drivers who have knowledge of clandestine locations.