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1 By: Lexie Miller Period: 2 Humanities Date: 4/10/12

2 Child Sex Trafficking  Definition: “recruiting” of children upon force for sexual exploitation.  Effect: causes HIV/AIDS, mental and physical damage, pregnancy, drug addiction, malnutrition, and possibly death  Reason: lack of prostitutes, poverty, tourism  Prone: economic status is low, lack of citizenship, age (most children), mostly women (Fox News) (forbes.com) (barracudabrigade.blogspot.com)

3 Relating to Tolerance  Tolerance: practice of permitting a thing of which one disapproves (social, ethnic, religious)  Trafficking contradicts this idea, because tolerance cannot be built with some things. Yet, officials tolerate this behaviour anyway... Why?  Why do people build tolerance to horrible things?  Example: Spring Woods tolerates dress code because they have to focus on worse problems (behaviour, drugs, etc).

4 Thailand’s Intolerable Tolerance  Police corruption due to involvement in trafficking (main reason)  Lack of governmental monitoring  Lack on ability to identify cases and victims  Lack of knowledge about trafficking  The Thailand government sees prostitution as a source of revenue.  Some police even beat children who serve as prostitutes in order to find the pedophiles.  They focus on other issues (like illegal immigrants) (humantrafficking.org) (Thai-Police Uniform)

5 Thailand Trafficking  Over thousands women and children have been sold into sex trafficking in Thailand since (There’s no precise number because no one really documents statistics for a secret crime) (humantrafficking.org)  Thailand exports and imports its victims (mostly women) to and from Europe, Russia, Poland, Czech and Slovakia, South America, Yugoslavia (humantrafficking.org)  Many children (mostly girls) are kidnapped, drugged, and sold into brothels. (The Evil Behind the Smiles)  More than 40% of prostitutes in Thailand are children. (The Evil Behind the Smiles)  Children are either kidnapped, volunteer themselves, or sold by their parents into trafficking.  Many foreigners participate. (anntours.com)

6 Basically...  Thailand is involved immensely with child sex trafficking due to the large number of tourists (who participate) and the money it gives. Thailand is tolerant due to the corrupt police force involved, also due to the fact that there are other crimes they worry about. By playing “devil’s advocate”, this presentation shows that tolerance cannot be built with some things. One example is this- child sex trafficking. (restlessbeings.org) (answerblog.com)

7 Works Cited Flores, Cecilia. "HumanTrafficking.org: A Web Resource for Combating Human Trafficking in the East Asia Pacific Region." HumanTrafficking.org: A Web Resource for Combating Human Trafficking in the East Asia Pacific Region. 16 Dec Academy for Educational Development. 29 Mar "Child Sex Trafficking Thrives in Thailand | Fox News." Fox News. 16 Aug FOX News Network. 29 Mar Kristof, Nicholas D. "The Evil Behind the Smiles." NY TIMES. 31 Dec The New York Times. 29 Mar "Thailand - Facts on Trafficking and Prostitution." The University of Rhode Island. Factbook. 29 Mar Ann Tours. “Thailand Map.” Ann tours. Ann Tours, n.d. Web. 4 Apr Blogpsot. Barracuda Brigade. Barracuda Brigade, 11 Nov Web. 4 Apr UNICEF. “Situation of Children in Thailand.” UNICEF. UNICEF, Web. 4 Apr Blog, The CSR. "Technology, Business, and Anti-Human Trafficking Innovation." Forbes. Forbes Magazine, 04 Jan Web. 07 Apr Barrow, Richard. "Thai Police Uniform." Thai Photo Blogs by Richard Barrow. 13 July Web. 07 Apr "Child Prostitution - The Facts | Restless Beings." Restless Beings: Love, Light and Lollipops. Restless Beings. Web. 07 Apr "Answer Blog." Answer Blog. 13 May Web. 07 Apr Renton, Alex. "Learning the Thai Sex Trade | Prospect Magazine." Prospect Magazine. Prospect Magazine, 21 May Web. 07 Apr


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