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The author presents the views of Thailand’s Population and Community Development Association (PDA – Thailand’s largest NGO) about how to provide women attracted to the commercial sex industry (CSI) with economically viable alternatives to this accepted (in Thailand) type of `manual labour’. Research has shown that poverty is the major factor cited by voluntary commercial sex workers (CSWs) as influencing their move into the industry, and that economic development is their way out.

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10.1080/09614529754233

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