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Incall and Outcall adverts of providers from HK Island, Kowloon and New Territories.Each advert is displayed with a thumb leading to a full portfolio page with images and service descriptions. Mong Kok and Yau Ma Tei are the most popular areas, while up in the New Territories sex workers cross the border from the mainland for brief visits because of higher pay in the SAR. A smiley face in the sign means that a massage parlour gives “happy endings”. To save the confusion between an innocent Chinese-style red lantern and a “red light”, many Asian countries use pink lights to indicate brothels, rather than red. Hong Kong’s sex industry caters to a market of middle-aged white men.
According to a 2012 Apple Daily report as well as apparently well-versed netizens, not all massage parlours with a “smiley face” offer infamous “happy endings”, while some without the telltale “smiley face” have in fact been known to offer sexual services. Contrary to comments from Regina Ip that Filipino domestic workers are “sexual resources” for Westerners, Hong Kong’s sex industry is not limited to straight male clients (or expats, for that matter).In 2015, a 6-year old girl participated in the production of a photobook.It soon caught the attention of critics who questioned the sexual connotations of a few pictures.It was found that morality and money are two keywords that best summarize how Hong Kong responds to sex matters, while changing media technologies are opening up space for alternative views.
Extensive listings of girls that are available in high-end brothels and massage parlours.
Though no laws on sex work are perfect anywhere, in Hong Kong trafficked sex workers are criminalised for violating immigration laws and often can’t prove that they have been trafficked at all. One-woman brothels are legal so therefore every sex worker in Hong Kong is working freely for themselves.