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According to worldsexguide. Prostitution [in Taiwan] is legal and regulated. Brothels and prostitutes have to be licensed. The licensing of new brothels was been stopped in and licenses cannot be transfered; the government hopes to phase out legal brothels and also legalized prostitution as a whole, since only brothel owners can apply for licenses for prostitutes. Taipei has removed all brothel licenses as of Sept 6, and is trying to close down illegal brothels, but fails.
My understanding is that Taiwan used to be wide open, but with every passing year, it goes a bit more underground. Or perhaps, under the surface. Brothels, hookers and paid sex are everywhere. Every hotel has its associated pimp, there are the numbers for sex put on cars and motocycles, and then if you really need help you can call the massage adds in the English newspapers. I collect the business cards with the photos of the girls and their other features hobbies, zodiac sign, name, etc.
Should I ask how you get them? Try those … [post deleted by moderator - sorry, Forumosa rules state we can not tell people how to perform illegal activities. Please be careful in this thread - Brian]. I think Forumosa is a bit over the top with this legal activities stuff.
I thought the whole idea in Asia was that the de jure was just for show and everyone has rolled with the de facto. It seems like forumosa still has a hangover from US strict legal interpretation. Then again, in the US people discussing file sharing all day long. Are there actually strict anit-p2p laws here in Taiwan? Maybe someone should set up a server in Russia dedicated to freewheeling discussion of illegal activities in Taiwan. Actually, the US has laws that to conspire to illegal activity carries the same penalties as the actual activity.
What about posting a link to such a site? Getting a bit ridiculous. Has anyone ever been prosecuted for this stuff? By the same token, this is after all the expat community here. In our little world, we do have in common a finer sense of legal sensibilities and rule of law.