When sex tourism becomes a big business, it’s no surprise that many of the country’s sex tourists feel compelled to report their activities to authorities.
While some of them don’t like the idea of having sex with their hosts, the government can only make it a bit more difficult for those who do.
It’s no secret that sex tourism has grown in recent years.
According to the Philippine Tourism Administration, the Philippines is the second most visited country in the world with an estimated 200 million visitors annually.
But the number of sex tourists is growing at a faster rate.
Sex tourism in the Philippines has been growing at nearly the same rate as the overall number of visitors.
According the Ministry of Tourism, there are around 1.5 million sex tourists in the country.
That number is nearly double the countrywide average of 1,000 sex tourists per year.
In a report from the Philippine Institute of Tourism Research, the ministry estimated that the number who are visiting the Philippines in the past 12 months increased by 20 percent from January to May.
According a report by The Asia Society, the number that visited the Philippines between December and May this year has increased by 33 percent, and there are currently more than 200,000 tourists in Pampanga, Pampang, and Pampan in the area.
The Philippine Tourism Authority has been doing a lot of outreach and educating people about the dangers of sex tourism.
They’ve even developed a program called the “Sex Tourist Safety” program.
But for those tourists who are not too squeamish about having sex, there is a whole other option to enjoy their trip.
In addition to sex tourism, the Philippine government has started an anti-trafficking campaign called the Sexual Tourism Prevention and Enforcement Act, or SAFE Act.
According an SAFE pamphlet, sex tourism can lead to trafficking of women, sexual abuse, exploitation, and trafficking.
According, the SAFE bill will give the police more power to intervene and take action against people who are found to be involved in prostitution or sex trafficking.
There are other laws that the government has put in place, like the Prevention of Sexual Exploitation Act.
The law makes it illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to be in a place where sexual activity is happening or to be present in a public place with a child under the jurisdiction of a parent or guardian.
There’s also a criminal law that allows the government to confiscate the passports and visas of people found engaging in prostitution.
And last but not least, the new SAFE law makes sex workers who are engaged in prostitution to register with the police.
So the next time you see someone in your area who seems to be a sex tourist, be sure to report them to the police, or call their local police station.
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