WEIGHT: 59 kg
Services: For family couples, Photo / Video rec, Parties, Food Sex, Oral Without (at discretion)
This working paper is a report and conclusion of a study which lasted for about four months. From the various sources which enabled me to make this paper, we expect to clarify the relations between tourism and prostitution. Therefore we can see that the problem of women will become the ultimate target of this study.
In explaining the problem of tourism and its relation to prostitution, there has been a lot of discussion with people who are connected with this problem. The study was concentrated in Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia. The choice of this place is considered reasonable, for Jakarta is the centre of development activities and also industrial development, but at the same time it is the doorway to tourist centres throughout the country.
In the first part of this study we see some aspects of the problem of tourism in Indonesia. Then we will see the position of women as manpower in the tourist industry. The second chapter will discuss the problem of prostitution. We will see the variety of prostitu. We will see also the relation between tourism and prostitution.
The third part will explain the problem of women and the basic rights of women. In the last part there will be a kind of theological reflection on the problem of women and its relation to the service of the church amidst the national development and personality building according to human dignity.
The data is quoted from competent institutions. And some conclusions are taken from discussions with the prostitutes and the keepers themselves. The related aspects of the problem of women and human rights to the development of Indonesia's cultural pattern and national development will be discussed in part. The theological reflection at the end of this paper is the final conclusion of the two participants in this workshop, after thorough discussion. Indonesia is an archipelago consisting of more than 3, islands, which lie on the equator, between Asia and Australia and also between the Pacific and Indian Oceans.