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Moved from “Do” — This info is good background info on the issue, but I don’t think it goes under “Do,” that looks abit too much like an endoresment. Should this be under “Understand” or “Cope” or what? Also, maybe this belongs in Thailand or even Southeast Asia as it isn’t just a problem in Bangkok.
A major part of Thai tourism is prostitution, and a significant proportion of tourists visit to sample the local girls. Something like 1% of the female population of Thailand works in the sex business (most originating from the Isaan, a poor farming region in the North of Thailand, and in Bangkok to make their fortune), and it is almost impossible to avoid at least limited exposure to the business, whether it be from taxi drivers offering ‘massage’ (something to be avoided, as they will get a big commission), or the catcalls of ‘hello handsome man’ from female and katoey (ladyboy) prostitutes alike.
In particular walking through Patpong, with its night market, you will see literally dozens of gogo bars with their gaudy fronts and solicitous door girls leaving you in no doubt about what lies inside. Other well-known areas in the city are Nana Entertainment Plaza and Soi Cowboy (Soi 3), a street off the main thoroughfare Sukhumvit in the heart of the city.
Understand is probably the right place for it. Southeast Asia would not be a good candidate, since it is too general a statement for all of SE Asia. It really is quite particular to Bangkok.
Here’s a couple of extlinks I removed that might be worthwhile, so I’ll drop them here with my comments about why I removed them:
Someone added some presumably good info on the Bangkok gay scene. Unfortunately, it was intermingled with violations of the Project:Sex tourism policy. If anyone wants to try to rescue the wheat from the chaff, the previous can be retreived here. — (WT-en) Colin 14:21, 26 Jan 2005 (EST)
I added the section, which is to the best of my knowledge accurate, and certainly relevant. I am unable to access this sex tourism policy link from my Saigon cybercaf, it just makes the window close. Please explain why you have deleted the section. (WT-en) Adam Carr 21:42, 26 Jan 2005 (EST)
Your Saigon cybercafe probably has keyword filtering or something. anyway, the sex tourism policy basically dictates that prostitute pricing info is no-no (I personally think this is a little arbitrary, but that’s another kettle of fish). On what grounds does Wikivoyage impose such a restriction? Is Wikivoyage a moral authority? Many thousands of people visit Thailand expecting to pay for sex, it is an accepted part of Thai culture (most Thai men pay for sex, not just tourists), and it is extremely important for the Thai economy. Any useful travel guide to Bangkok should provide this information. (WT-en) Adam Carr 21:59, 26 Jan 2005 (EST) You’re preaching to the choir, brother. =) I also think it’s silly, but a significant portion of Wikivoyage’s users disagree. Please see Project:Sex tourism policy for further discussion on this. (WT-en) Jpatokal 22:38, 26 Jan 2005 (EST) How about the grounds that the current host of the Website would like to not be arrested? — (WT-en) Colin 00:38, 27 Jan 2005 (EST) I didn’t see any references to child prostitution in Adam Carr’s edits. What part of them would make Evan liable to prosecution? (WT-en) Jpatokal 00:42, 27 Jan 2005 (EST) The word “especially” in the policy is not a synonym for “only.” Mentally delete the clause that starts with the word “especially” and see if it parses better for you in this case. — (WT-en) Colin 00:47, 27 Jan 2005 (EST) Any way I read it says “sex tourists may be subject to prosecution”. How does this make saying “there are prostitutes in Patpong” illegal? Last I checked Canada does have some approximation of free speech. (WT-en) Jpatokal 01:05, 27 Jan 2005 (EST) Thus spake the Sex Tourism Policy: “There are legal ramifications for listing sex tourism information” . — (WT-en) Colin 01:29, 27 Jan 2005 (EST) Thus spake Evan in the very first edition of the policy. Given this [1], which basically says anything goes unless there’s a specific law to the contrary, I’d like to see a legal cite for this interesting claim. (WT-en) Jpatokal 01:36, 27 Jan 2005 (EST) Listing prices for prostitutes could be seen as pimping/encouraging/advertisement/whatever. It is a very good idea to err on the side of caution here. You are of course welcome to pay a lawyer to write up a policy that has any chance of reflecting US laws (where the site is hosted, no?). — Nils Actually, the site is hosted in Canada. –(WT-en) Evan 08:11, 27 Jan 2005 (EST) I’ve never actually seen a travel guide that provides prices and buyers’ guides for prostitutes. I’m sure they exist, but the travel guides I usually use (Let’s Go, Lonely Planet, Rough Guide) usually have vague info on prostitution, or none at all. –(WT-en) Evan 11:40, 28 Jan 2005 (EST) I’ve added a new Drink section to the main article (I cannot believe it was missing!!) and condensed most of your excellent input into it. Please also feel free to expand the bar listings in Bangkok/Silom. (WT-en) Jpatokal 21:51, 26 Jan 2005 (EST) I prefer to refer to the actual policy document. I’m sorry you have a broken connection, but that’s kinda your responsibility to work around. — (WT-en) Colin 00:32, 27 Jan 2005 (EST)

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