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Dancing plays an important role in Filipino culture, telling their history and preserving traditions through folk dances and music.These dances are entertaining to observe, and even more fun to learn and perform yourself.Penalties range up to life imprisonment for those involved in trafficking, which is covered by the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act of 2003.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.According to popular tradition, the dance was created by a lady named Kanang who choreographed the steps while dancing at a baptismal party.The other guests copied her movements, and everyone liked the dance so much that it has been passed along ever since.
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”.
2341 s.2010), that the number of people being exploited in prostitution in the Philippines could be as high as 800,000.
Prostitution caters to local customers and foreigners.
Poverty is but one reason, as cultural factors and the attitude of people toward money and the social acceptance of prostitution play a major role.
A large number of girls who come to Angeles tend to be provincial, especially from Samar, Leyte and Visayas, having seen their friends live a better life because of their job in the prostitution industry.