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The Philippines has many popular folk dances which have evolved and changed as they have been passed down from generation to generation.Although a particular dance might be performed slightly differently from one region to the next, its remains true to its roots.Some of the associated prostitution trade closed with it, but when the mayor of Manila, Alfredo Lim, closed down the sex industry area of Ermita in Manila during his first term starting in 1992, many of the businesses moved to Angeles, finding a new customer base among sex tourists.
A Young Adult Fertility and Sexuality Survey conducted in 2002 by the University of the Philippines Population Institute and Demographic Research and Development Foundation found that 19% of young males had paid for sex and 11% had received payment for sexual favors from a population of roughly 97.5 million. Cayetano asserted in her “Anti-Prostitution Act” (Senate Bill No.During the 1970s, the main street of Olongapo City had no less than 30 girlie bars catering to the needs of U. Angeles City and Olongapo health authorities passed on photographs of sex workers who had failed STI tests to the US Bases. Fields Avenue near Clark (Angeles) continued to grow as a center of the sex tourism industry, under the umbrella of "entertainment" and "hospitality industry".The girlie bars at Olongapo were closed down in a major drive by the then governor Jane Gordon; they merely shifted, however, to the neighbouring town of Barrio Baretto which contains a series of at least 40 bars which act as prostitution centers.Surveys of women working as masseuses indicated that 34 percent of them explained their choice of work as necessary to support poor parents, 8% to support siblings, and 28% to support husbands or boyfriends.Over 50% of the women surveyed in Philippine massage parlors said they carried out their work “with a heavy heart”, and 20% said they were “conscience-stricken because they still considered sex with customers a sin”.