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Prostitution in the Philippines is illegal, although somewhat tolerated, with law enforcement being rare with regards to sex workers. Penalties range up to life imprisonment for those involved in trafficking, which is covered by the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act of Prostitution caters to both local customers and foreigners. Media attention tends to focus on those areas catering to sex tourism, primarily through bars staffed by bargirls.
According to researchers, there is no one single reason for the widespread prevalence of prostitution in the Philippines. Poverty is but one reason, as cultural factors and the attitude of people toward money and the social acceptance of prostitution play a major role.
Prostitution started around Clark Air Base in Angeles City since the early s, when the base assumed importance because of the Vietnam war. During the s, the main street of Olongapo City had no less than 30 girlie bars catering to the wants of U. The American authorities supported the testing of the prostitutes for STIs by the local health authorities. Without the licenses issued with these examinations, the prostitutes were prevented from working. The closure of the U.
Some women join the prostitution industry after they become single unwed mothers. The reasons for this vary — unpopularity of artificial contraception in the Philippines, inadequate sex education, delays in implementing birth control legislation and a machismo attitude among many Filipino males.
More than half of the children born every year in the Philippines are illegitimate, and the percentage of illegitimate children is rising at the rate of nearly 2 percent annually. Some of the single mothers, being oppressed or rejected by their families and societies initially look for two options. First of all, they frantically try to go into any of the Middle Eastern nations as housemaids.