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By one estimate a half a million women prostitute themselves.
There are basically three kinds of prostitutes in the Philippines: 1) those that work out of “casas,” or brothels, and are employed by pimps or brothel owners: 2) those who work in bars, karaokes and hotels, who are usually controlled by the owners of the establishment where they work; and 3) freelancers, who work the streets. Most of the men who use prostitutes in the Philippines are locals not foreigners.
These hostitutes include bar girls, nightclub hostesses (waitresses), masseuses, exotic dancers, and those that work in brothels.
They are usually business employees and have contact managers (sophisticated pimps).
E., they intermarried with native women, but did not sexually exploit the women.
With the advent of Spanish colonists in the late 1500s, a flourishing slave trade was established between the Philippines, the Caribbean, and Spain.
In order for these mothers to survive, they became part-time prostitutes in the rural areas for single laborers and traveling salesmen and in the cities with all kinds of customers.
Hostitutes and call girls advertise their services through word of mouth, by taxi drivers, bar bouncers, club managers/owners, and hotel bell captains.
These agents receive part of the price in exchange for referring clients.
In the large sophisticated hotels, the bell captain may have an album with pictures of different prostitutes from which guests may choose.
The out-of-town students, immigrant workers, and wayward youths may be looking for their first sexual experiences and to combat the loneliness of being separated from their family for the first time. D., Encyclopedia of Sexuality www2.hu-berlin.de/sexology, 2001 |~|] As in most other countries, there are three types of prostitutes or sex working girls in the Philippines: streetwalkers, entertainment girls (hostitutes), and call girls or high-class prostitutes.
The poor frequent the brothels to affirm their masculinity by using many women or to relieve their loneliness. Streetwalkers are not common, are usually self-employed, and many have pimps. The majority of the prostitutes fall under the category of entertainment girls.
Anecdotal reports revealed that some Filipina slaves were sold as “exotic sex objects” or prostitutes to European brothels. D., Encyclopedia of Sexuality www2.hu-berlin.de/sexology, 2001 |~|] During World War 11 (1941-1944), the Japanese Imperial Army forced Philippine women from Manila and surrounding towns to serve as “comfort girls” (military prostitutes) to provide sexual favors to all Japanese soldiers serving in the Philippines and in the Pacific region.