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Pakistan



Level 1

Laws Concerning gender identity/expression




 'Third gender' officially protected from discrimination by Supreme Court of Pakistan in 2010

Level: 3

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=Y ; 4.Rape=N ; 5.Defect=N ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;

Pakistan



Prostition: illegal



Prostitution in Pakistan is a taboo culture of sex-trade that exists as an open secret but illegal. Prostitution is largely based in organisational setups like brothels or furthered by individualcall girls in the Punjab province of Pakistan.[1][2][3] The sex trade is deemed illegal in the country due to the declaration ofextramarital sex as an immoral activity. Pakistani prostitutes, thus, operate underground and in spite of the legal difficulties, prostitution in Pakistan is prevalent.[4] In some areas of the country prostitution is strictly illegal and traditionally punishable by death, especially in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas(FATA), Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan regions.




 China
(People's Republic of)



Level 2

Same-Sex Sexual Activity



 Legal since 1997[38]


Level: 7 Fully Enabled to terminate unborn children

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=Y ; 4.Rape=Y ; 5.Defect=Y ; 6.Social=Y ;

7.Demand=Y ;

China (including Taiwan)

Population: 1,338,612,968

Penal Code of China - Part Two, Chapter Six, Section Eight: Crimes of Organizing, Forcing, Luring, Sheltering, or Procuring other Persons to Engage in Prostitution (in Chinese)



Prostitution: Illegal
Defined as a social practice that abrogates the inherent rights of women to personhood.

(Taiwan, a disputed province of China,legalized prostitution on June 24, 2009.)

Brothel Ownership: Illegal

Pimping: Illegal



"In the biggest bust of prostitution related crimes in recent years, Beijing police last week arrested 38 prostitutes, 63 Internet technicians, five gang leaders, an unlicensed medical worker, along with 45 of the prostitutes' clients. The gang attracted clients for the prostitutes by randomly sending countless messages to Internet users who were logged on to major chat rooms, forums, or through instant messages. Police say the gang sent more than seven million messages to Internet users in the past month alone. The only job of most of the gang members was to send the soliciting messages from Internet bars.

A reporter with the Beijing Daily says he received 32 on-line solicitations for the services of a prostitute in just a half an hour. Many messages purported to be from available young, female college students. Other messages directed people to blogs that contained nude pictures of women. In all the messages phone numbers were left where clients could make contact with a prostitute. Police say the youngest prostitute they arrested was just 15 years old and one of the gang members, surnamed Zhao, treated the prostitutes for venereal disease and provide [sic] them with condoms. The Beijing Daily reports that organized messaging for prostitution services remains rampant in online chat rooms."

"Beijing Police Crack Biggest Internet Prostitution Gang," Xinhua, Jan. 21, 2007




 Hong Kong
(Special administrative region ofChina)



Level 3

Same-Sex Sexual Activity



 Legal since 1991[38]


Level: 7 Fully Enabled to terminate unborn children

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=Y ; 4.Rape=Y ; 5.Defect=Y ; 6.Social=Y ;

7.Demand=Y ;

Hong Kong



Prostitution: Legal



Prostitution in Hong Kong is itself legal, but organised prostitution is illegal, as there are laws against keeping avice establishment, causing or procuring another to be a prostitute, living on the prostitution of others, or public solicitation.[1]




 Japan



Level 5

Same-Sex Sexual Activity



Recognition of Same-Sex Union



 Legal since 1880
+ UN decl. sign.[38]



/Partnership in Shibuya (2015)[261] and Setagaya (2015)[262]




Level: 6 Almost Fully Enabled to terminate unborn children

1.Life=2 ; 2.Health=2 ; 3.Mental=2 ; 4.Rape=2 ; 5.Defect=2 ; 6.Social=2 ;

7.Demand=N ;


Japan

Population: 127,078,679

Report on Implementation of Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Wome



Prostitution: Limited Legality
Prostitution is defined as only coitus. Non-coital sex acts are not illegal.

Brothel Ownership: Illegal

Pimping: Illegal



"Although the 45-year-old Prostitution Prevention Law prohibits hooking, straight sex has been widely practiced at soaplands, which number around 1,270 nationwide... 

...The law says that it is prohibited to sell or buy sex, but it does not penalize those acts. Instead, it penalizes prostitutes for soliciting or waiting for customers in public places, such as on the street and in parks. It also penalizes anyone who forces somebody to engage in prostitution, exploits a prostitute or gives financial support to a business engaged in prostitution...

...According to the National Police Agency, there were 908 fashion health massage parlors and 5,425 'outcall-style' fashion health parlors that were publicly registered in 2000 under the Law Regulating Adult Entertainment Businesses, etc. What protects the operation of the fashion health parlors is simple -- they only offer oral sex, anal sex and other sexual services that are not interpreted as sex in the prostitution law...

...[In] 2000 1,225 people [were] arrested on suspicion of violating the prostitution law. But that it is believed to be just the tip of the iceberg. Research conducted by Bank of Yokohama on the state of the underground economy in Japan in fiscal 1998 estimated that unreported earnings from commercial and 'amateur' prostitution come to around 945 billion yen..."

Hiroshi Matsubara, "Prostitution Testing Bounds of Culture, Business," Japan Times, Mar. 16, 2002




 Macau
(Special administrative region ofChina)



Level 2

Same-Sex Sexual Activity



 Legal
(No laws against same-sex sexual activity has ever existed in the region)[263]


Level: 7 Fully Enabled to terminate unborn children

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=Y ; 4.Rape=Y ; 5.Defect=Y ; 6.Social=Y ;

7.Demand=Y ;

Macau



Prostitution: Legal



Prostitution is legal in Macau[2] unlike in mainland China, because the city is aspecial administrative region of the country. However, operating a brothel andprocuring are both illegal in Macau, with the latter punishable by a maximum jail sentence of 8 years.[3] The city has a large sex trade despite there being no official red-light district.[4] The trade is said to be controlled by Chineseorganized crime groups, which has occasionally led to violent clashes.[5]Street prostitution takes place in Macau and prostitutes also work in low-rent buildings, massage parlours and illegal brothels, and the casinos, nightclubs, saunas and some of the larger hotels.[6] Most hotels, however, have suspected prostitutes removed from the premises.[7] Many of the city's sidewalks and underpasses are littered with prostitutes' calling cards.[2]




Mongolia



Level 1

Same-Sex Sexual Activity



 Legal since 1961
+ UN decl. sign.[38]


Level: 7 Fully Enabled to terminate unborn children

1.Life=R ; 2.Health=R ; 3.Mental=1 ; 4.Rape=1 ; 5.Defect=1 ; 6.Social=1 ;

7.Demand=1 ;

Mongolia



Prostitution: illegal



Prostitution in Mongolia is illegal but many women who enter prostitution are young women who are trafficked abroad.[1]

One of the major destinations is China, where the victims are forced enforced endenture to repayment the people smugglers to the "fee" to get them abroad.[2]

Mongolian women in China work as prostitutes in bars in Beijing,[3][4] such as Maggie's.



 North Korea



Level 1

Same-Sex Sexual Activity



 Legal
(No laws against same-sex sexual activity has ever existed in the country)[38]


Level: 7 Fully Enabled to terminate unborn children

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=Y ; 4.Rape=Y ; 5.Defect=Y ; 6.Social=Y ;

7.Demand=Y ;

Korea, North

Population: 22,665,345



Prostitution: Illegal

Brothel Ownership: Illegal

Pimping: Illegal



"According to press reports, prostitution is illegal; there is no available information on the prevalence of prostitution in the country. There continued to be reports of trafficking in women and young girls who had crossed into China...

Some North Korean women and girls who voluntarily crossed into China were picked up by trafficking rings and sold as brides to Chinese nationals or placed in forced labor. In other cases, North Korean women and girls were lured out of North Korea by the promise of food, jobs, and freedom, only to be forced into prostitution, marriage, or exploitive labor arrangements. A network of smugglers facilitated this trafficking. Many victims of trafficking, unable to speak Chinese, were held as virtual prisoners, and some were forced to work as prostitutes. Traffickers sometimes abused or physically scarred the victims to prevent them from escaping. Officials facilitated trafficking by accepting bribes to allow individuals to cross the border into China."

US Department of State Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, "2008 Human Rights Report: Democratic People's Republic of Korea," www.state.gov, Feb. 25, 2009




 South Korea



Level 3

Same-Sex Sexual Activity



 Legal
(No laws against same-sex sexual activity has ever existed in the country)
+ UN decl. sign.[38]


Level: 7 Fully Enabled to terminate unborn children

1.Life=R ; 2.Health=R ; 3.Mental=R ; 4.Rape=R ; 5.Defect=R ; 6.Social=R ;

7.Demand=R ;

Korea, South

Population: 48,508,972



Prostitution: Illegal
Illegal since 1948.

Brothel Ownership: Illegal
Up to 10 years in prison.

Pimping: Illegal



"More than 1,400 people have been caught buying, selling, or brokering sex around the country over the last ten days, the National Police Agency said Thursday. 

The agency launched a nationwide crackdown on brothels on April 6 continuing until the end of May.

It apprehended a total of 1,477 people involved in prostitution during the first seven days, taking 14 of them into custody. 

Among those were 15 building owners allowing pimps to conduct business there, 814 customers and 369 prostitutes.

More than half, or 820 of those detained were from Seoul and its surrounding areas ? 340 from Gyeonggi Province, 268 from Seoul, and 212 from Incheon, the nation's second largest port city located west of the capital. 

The majority of those caught were at brothels disguised as 'massage clubs,' the agency said, but 159 were found to have paid for sex from women they met through online chat rooms. 

Under the Anti-Prostitution Law, prostitutes and their customers can face up to one year in prison, or a three million won fine, while brokers face up to seven years in prison or 70 million won in fines. Those purchasing or brokering sex with minors face harsher punishment."

Park Si-soo, "1,400 Nabbed for Prostitution in a Week," Korea Times, Apr. 16, 2009




Cambodia



Level 1

Same-Sex Sexual Activity



 Legal
(No laws against same-sex sexual activity has ever existed in the country)[38]




Level: 7 Fully Enabled to terminate unborn children

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=Y ; 4.Rape=Y ; 5.Defect=Y ; 6.Social=Y ;

7.Demand=Y ;




 East Timor



Level 2

Same-Sex Sexual Activity



 Legal since 1975
+ UN decl. sign.[38]


East Timor



Prostitution: illegal

Brothels: illegal

Pimping: illegal

Prostitution in East Timor has become a problem since they gained independence from Indonesia.[1] East Timor has been identified as a major source of people trafficking for prostitution from Thailand and China. [2]




Indonesia



Level 1 ½

Same-Sex Sexual Activity



 Legal nationwide, except;
 Illegal in theprovinces of Acehand South Sumatra(Applies only toMuslims)[264][265][38](Age of consent discrepancy)


Level: 1

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=N ; 3.Mental=N ; 4.Rape=N ; 5.Defect=N ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;

Indonesia

Fully prostitution enabled,



Population: 240,271,522



Prostitution: Legal
Prostitution is not defined in the law.

Brothel Ownership: Legal

Pimping: Legal



"Prostitution is not specifically addressed in the law. However, many officials interpreted "crimes against decency/morality" to apply to prostitution. Prostitution was widespread and largely tolerated, despite its contradiction with popular societal and religious norms. During the year security forces reportedly participated in operating brothels or protection rackets by shielding brothels from prosecution. International sex tourism reportedly continued, especially on the islands of Batam and Karimun and in major urban centers across the country...

The number of child prostitutes in the country was unclear, but the problem was widespread. Many teenage girls were forced into or found themselves caught in debt bondage. At times law enforcement officials treated child prostitutes as criminals rather than victims. Corrupt civil servants issued identity cards to underage girls, facilitating entry into the sex trade. There also were reports of sexual exploitation of boys. The country was a destination for child sex tourism. During the year NGOs reported that long active pedophile rings continued to operate in Bali. NGO observers said many girls were forced into prostitution after failed marriages entered into when they were 10 to 14 years of age. There was no obvious violation of the law because their paperwork identified them as adults due to the fact that they were once married."

US Department of State Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, "2008 Human Rights Report: El Salvador," www.state.gov, Feb. 25, 2009




 Laos



Level 1

Same-Sex Sexual Activity



 Legal
(No laws against same-sex sexual activity has ever existed in the country)[38]


Level: 1

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=N ; 3.Mental=N ; 4.Rape=N ; 5.Defect=N ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;

Laos



Prostition: illegal



Prostitution in Laos is regarded as a criminal activity and is much less common than it is in neighbouring Thailand. The capital city Vientiane was once famous for its brothels and ping pong show bars during the 1960s and 1970s as a result of the country's involvement in the Vietnam War.[1] However, the brothels have since disappeared and are now prohibited by Lao law. Soliciting for prostitution instead takes place mainly in the city's bars and clubs.[2] The country's Golden Triangle Special Economic Zone in Bokeo Province has been called "a mecca of gambling, prostitution and illicit trade".[3] Many of the sex workers in Laos are Vietnamese, while some Laotian women go to Thailand to work as sex workers.[1] Laos has been identified as a source country for women and girls trafficked for commercial sexual exploitation in Thailand.[4]




Malaysia



Level ½

Same-Sex Sexual Activity



 Male illegal
Penalty: fines, prison sentence (2-20 years), or whippings

 Female always legal[38]


Level: 3

1.Life=1 ; 2.Health=1 ; 3.Mental=1 ; 4.Rape=N ; 5.Defect=N ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;

Malaysia

Fully prostitution enabled,



Population: 25,715,819

Prostitution: Limited Legality
Prostitution is not a criminal offense, but soliciting prostitution is illegal.

Brothel Ownership: Illegal

Pimping: Illegal



"From 2008 until Mar 15, police saved 39 foreigners aged between 18 to 25-year-old, who had been forced into prostitution by their agents...

They were among the 12,070 prostitutes nabbed throughout the country in 2008. Out of that number, 8,949 were foreigners - China (4,496), Indonesia (1,389), Thailand (1049), Philippines (1,090) and Vietnam (512).

And from January to March 15, police arrested 2,878 prostitutes, out of which 2,144 were foreigners - China (1,030), Indonesia (387), Thailand (237), Vietnam (222) and the Philippines (188).

In most of the cases, victims were locked in a room after being brought into the country and forced into prostitution...

There is a new department to handle human trafficking cases known as the Anti-Trafficking In Person (ATIP) which was set up early last year."

Rashitha A. Hamid, "Police Nab 2,878 Prostitutes; Many Are Duped Foreigners," Star, Mar. 20, 2009




Philippines



Level 3

Same-Sex Sexual Activity



 Legal nationwide since 1933 except;
 Illegal in Marawi City (Applies toMuslimsonly)[267][38][268]


Level: 1

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=N ; 3.Mental=N ; 4.Rape=N ; 5.Defect=N ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;

Philippines

Population: 97,976,603



Prostitution: Illegal
"Bar girls" must register and have health checks.

Brothel Ownership: Illegal

Pimping: Illegal



"'Hey, Joe,' they shout at passing men, much the way another generation of prostitutes once shouted to 'GI Joes' at the former Clark Air Force Base across the street from the red-light district. Neon lights, strip joints, 'girlie' bars and 1950s-style hotels jam together as pop music blares from the clubs. For more than 100 years, this area has been a capital of prostitution and hedonism, dating back to a time when the women were called 'camp followers.'...

Nursing and teaching, more traditional women's work in the Philippines, pay a fraction of the sums these women can make. That is, if their pimps allow them to keep their money. A University of the Philippines study in the late 1990s estimated there were about a half-million prostitutes in the country."

Mike Comerford, "A Look at Life in the Red-light District," Daily Herald, Apr. 17, 2005




Singapore



Level 3

Same-Sex Sexual Activity



 Male illegal
Penalty: up to 2 years prison sentence (Not enforced since 1999)
 Female legal since 2007[38]


Level: 7 Fully Enabled to terminate unborn children

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=Y ; 4.Rape=2 ; 5.Defect=2 ; 6.Social=2 ;

7.Demand=2 ;

Singapore

Fully prostitution enabled,



Population: 4,657,542



Prostitution: Legal
Legal red-light districts, mandatory health checks, and must be 18 years or older.

Brothel Ownership: Legal

Pimping: Illegal



"Singapore may raise the minimum age for prostitutes from 16 to 18 [which it did] to bring its laws in line with international standards, a newspaper report said Tuesday, Oct 4. A government study into the penal code's provisions on sexual offences is expected to be completed by the end of the year, the Straits Times newspaper reported. Local authorities, while declining to provide specific reasons behind the study, said it was part of a 'holistic review' of Singapore's laws on sexual offences and may include criminalizing sex with minors overseas.

'We constantly review our laws to keep abreast of changing times and norms,' the Straits Times quoted a Ministry of Home Affairs spokesman as saying. Under current laws, having sex with girls under 16 is considered statutory rape, punishable by up to five years in jail and a fine of S$10,000 (US$5900)....

Prostitution is legal in Singapore but pimping and public solicitation are not. Licensed brothels operate in designated areas..."

"Singapore May Raise Minimum Prostitution Age to 18," Agence France Presse, Oct. 4, 2005






Thailand



Level 4

Same-Sex Sexual Activity



 Legal since 1956
+ UN decl. sign.[38]


Level: 4

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=Y ; 4.Rape=Y ; 5.Defect=N ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;




Vietnam



Level 2

Same-Sex Sexual Activity



 Legal
(No laws against same-sex sexual activity has ever existed in the country)[38]


Level: 7 Fully Enabled to terminate unborn children

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=Y ; 4.Rape=Y ; 5.Defect=Y ; 6.Social=Y ;

7.Demand=Y ;

Vietnam

Prostitution: illegal

Prostitution in Vietnam is illegal and considered a serious crime. The government has estimated that between 30,000 people in the country are prostitutes, although another estimate puts the number at between 20,000 and 25,000 individuals.



Abkhazia



Level 1

Same-Sex Sexual Activity



 Legal after 1991

Level:

1.Life= ; 2.Health= ; 3.Mental= ; 4.Rape= ; 5.Defect= ; 6.Social= ;

7.Demand= ;




Nagorno-Karabakh



Level 1

Same-Sex Sexual Activity



 Legal since 2000

Level:

1.Life= ; 2.Health= ; 3.Mental= ; 4.Rape= ; 5.Defect= ; 6.Social= ;

7.Demand= ;




Northern Cyprus



Level 3

Same-Sex Sexual Activity

 Legal since 2014[280][281][38]


Level:

1.Life= ; 2.Health= ; 3.Mental= ; 4.Rape= ; 5.Defect= ; 6.Social= ;

7.Demand= ;










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