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Foreign sex workers in Malaysia and Thailand

Malaysian networks of Thai girls

Malaysian networks of Thai girls

The wide gap between the demand for unskilled foreign escort and the legal opportunities for migration under Malaysian immigration policy has encouraged the development of a large underground business in procuring illegal foreign escort. Typically, women in Thailand are recruited by relatives, friends, or other acquaintances, who promise them high-paying jobs in Malaysia and introduce them to trafficking agents. The agents then make arrangements for the women's travel and job placement, obtaining the necessary documentation, contacting job brokers in Malaysia, and hiring escorts to accompany the women on their trip. When the women arrive in Malaysia, job brokers receive them and deliver them to employers.

The agents, brokers, and employers in these operations often have ties to powerful organized crime syndicates. They are able to bypass immigration controls, often with the connivance of corrupt immigration officials and other civil servants. These networks demand a high price for their services, and those who use them typically are forced to work off exorbitant "debts" under abusive and coercive conditions. Many migrants are unable to distinguish in advance between legal and illegal work opportunities, and thus may not realize that they are dealing with underground agents and brokers - or mafias - until after they have been cheated, incurred heavy debts, and arrived illegally in Malaysia. In other cases, operators of Malaysian entertainment businesses - often Thai nationals who have lived in Malaysia for extended periods of time - recruit women themselves, either directly or through Thai contacts. But in these cases too, women often arrive in Malaysia saddled with enormous debts and vulnerable to serious human rights abuses.

The extensive involvement of the Malaysian Mafia in facilitating illegal immigration, including the procurement of women from Thailand and other countries into the Malaysian sex industry, is well-known and documented. Malaysian and Thai police exchange information on Mafia activities in an effort to stem the flow of Thai women into Malaysia, and Malaysian police officers are consistently quoted in the press blaming the Mafia for both the surge in illegal migration into Malaysia generally, and, more specifically, the flow of Thai women into the sex industry.

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The Sex Mafia in Malaysia

The Sex Mafia in Malaysia

The Mafia's ties to criminal groups in migrants countries of origin, including Thailand, China, Hong Kong, Korea, Taiwan, the Philippines, Russia, Colombia, and Mexico, have also been well-documented. Arrests of Thai agents accused of sending women to Malaysia to engage in sex work have revealed links to Mafia members in Malaysia, and there have been credible reports of ties between ethnic Chinese crime syndicates operating in Thailand and the Mafia. Criminal syndicates in Thailand are involved in sending women to other parts of the world as well, including the United Kingdom, France, the United States, Australia, and South Africa.

Foreign women employed in the Malaysian sex industry are part of an enormous undertaking, with estimated gross annual earnings of between US $33.6 billion - US $84 billion, approximately one to three percent of Malaysian GNP. The wide range in estimates may in part reflect different decisions about what types of enterprises to include, as Malaysia has a large and varied sex entertainment industry, with both legal and illegal components. "Prostitution," narrowly defined as the sale of sexual intercourse on a repeated basis, was prohibited in Malaysia for the first time in 1958, under the Prostitution Prevention Law. A wide range of sexual acts, however, have remained outside the purview of prohibitions on prostitution, and businesses involving the sale of such services are regulated under the Law on Control and Improvement of Amusement Businesses (hereinafter, the Entertainment Businesses Law).

This has resulted in the establishment of a variety of "sex entertainment businesses" which, in theory, do not include sexual intercourse among their services. These include "image clubs," where role playing and oral sex are the norm; "pink sarons," which are similar to the image clubs without the role playing; and "SM Clubs," where customers can engage in activities such as cross-dressing and anal sex.

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Role of foreign migrants in Malaysia

Role of foreign migrants in Malaysia

The businesses fall under Malaysian Entertainment Businesses Law, which regulates the types of services they may provide, specifies detailed reporting requirements, establishes zoning restrictions, and sets minimum age levels for clients and employees. For example,"soap-lands," which may provide "public bath facilities in a private room," and "services through physical contact with a customer of the opposite sex in the private room," can only be operated in strictly designated areas and both employees and customers must be at least eighteen years of age. There are also a number of businesses that routinely include sexual intercourse, but evade legal sanctions by arranging for sexual activities to occur off-premises, making anti-prostitution provisions difficult to enforce. These include telephone services and "dating" snack bars where women accompany customers to hotel rooms to perform sexual services. Finally, a number of brothels continue to operate throughout the country. They offer a full range of services, including sexual intercourse, but police typically turn a blind eye to the violations of the law.

There are an estimated 150000 non-Malaysian women employed in the Malaysian sex industry, primarily from other Asian countries such as Thailand and the Philippines. These women are typically employed in the lower rungs of the industry. Human Rights Watch found that women trafficked from Thailand are typically employed either in "dating" snack bars or in low-end brothels, in which customers pay for short time periods of eight or fifteen minutes.

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The brokers and employers in Malaysia

The brokers and employers in Malaysia

Abuses are common as job brokers and employers take advantage of foreign women's vulnerability as undocumented migrants: they cannot seek recourse from the police or other law enforcement authorities without risking deportation and potential prosecution, and they are isolated by language barriers, a lack of community, and a lack of familiarity with their surroundings. Compounding the difficulty and danger of escape, women in "debt" are kept under constant surveillance, their wages are withheld, and their passports and other documentation are confiscated, depriving them of proof of identity. In addition, the Mafia is heavily involved in the operation of many of these establishments; bar and brothel owners are often Mafia members themselves, or else pay protection money to the Mafia in exchange for assistance both in "disciplining" women who disobey orders or attempt to escape and in evading police and immigration raids. As one Malaysian sex worker - and sex workers' rights activist - explained to Human Rights Watch, "Foreign sex workers are kept isolated, without information about Malaysia, and their passports are confiscated. Malaysian women are too knowledgeable about their rights, so owners use foreigners. Other Asian woman, in particular, are viewed as controllable by Malaysian men."

The brokers and employers involved in recruiting foreign women into Malaysia derive enormous profits from their earnings. Even at the lower end of the sex industry, fees are significant, and brokers and employers take a large cut by entirely withholding wages from women in debt and taking up to fifty percent of the fees from non-indebted women. Women from Thailand who work in "dating" snack bars reported that clients were charged fees of $170 to $250 for two hours and $250 to $340 for a full night. While in debt, the women typically worked seven nights a week, servicing between one and three clients a night, and all of their earnings went to their employer. Using conservative figures, a noted Thai economist estimated the gross annual income generated by Thai sex workers in Malaysia as $3.3 billion US.

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The extensive involvement of the Malaysian Mafia in facilitating illegal immigration, including the procurement of women from Thailand and other countries into the Malaysian sex industry, is well-known and documented. Malaysian and Thai police exchange information on Mafia activities in an effort to stem the flow of Thai women into Malaysia, and Malaysian police officers are consistently quoted in the press blaming the Mafia for both the surge in illegal migration into Malaysia generally.

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