Compensated dating hong kong video
The practice of teenage girls offering dating services, often involving sex, in exchange for money can be traced to Japan, where the phenomenon is called enjo kosai.
The video shows Sze, a girl who began dating for compensation because many of her classmates at an all-girls school were doing it.
Ting Kai-tai murdered and dismembered the girl after she agreed to meet him in exchange for cash and presents and went home with him after in exchange for a 1,500 Hong Kong dollar (193 US dollars) payment.
Even if they encounter the guys, if he is not good-looking, she can quit and say 'I don't do it.' They think they have a lot of power to control whether they do it or not, so they think of it very differently from prostitution." Chiu, the social worker, is currently working with about 20 girls who are trying to leave the world of compensated dating.
She said sometimes the customers would stray from the rules, asking for more sex or refusing to wear a condom. I kept asking myself why I had to do this kind of thing to make money. Most girls who engage in compensated dating don't view themselves as prostitutes, said social worker Chiu Tak-Choi.
"For the girls, they don't think so because they think they can quit anytime.
It just wasn't worth it." Sze now works at a hair salon to earn a living.
She has tried to talk her old friends out of compensated dating, but they are not listening, she said. Maybe they have more serious family problems or some other burdens.