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The sex industry worldwide is huge. About forty million people (0.5% of the world's population) are prostitute and three-forths of all prostitutes are between the age 13 and 25. The United States has one million prostitutes, the same as Nigeria, while East Asian countries rank first with the amount of prostitutes.
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The international sex tourism industry meanwhile is a pure Western phenomenon. Americans tend to travel aboard to Latin America and South East Asia. Europeans meanwhile travel to Africa, Kenya is an extreme hotspot, and Eastern Europe.
Blue countries have the sex tourists and red countries are the destination. Click to enlarge.