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As soon as Lek sees her photograph, the quiet 12-year-old girl is transformed. She jumps up and pokes wildly at her image. She has never told her life story, but now she belts it out. “This girl was sold by her mother,” Lek shouts. “This girl was 10 and she was sold to a woman called Auntie. Auntie put her in a brothel. Auntie beat her and made her work.”
Lek grabs a stick and begins striking the air with every new point. “This girl had a lot of pains,” she yells. “She had terrible headaches. She cried a lot.” The words pour out louder and faster. She worked every day, there were many men, Thai men, foreign men. Then, after two years, she was sold again. Auntie sold her to a bar owner. Drained by her anger, Lek throws herself on the floor. Next to her, Sister Michele, a young Catholic nun from India, bends down to cradle the girl.
For Sister Michele, the session is astonishing. In the four years she has worked with prostituted children, moments when the children let out their pain are very rare. She says they bury their feelings and hide their experiences even when they visit the doctor, sore with venereal diseases. Some girls so effectively block out the past that they forget their home address or even their parents’ names. Sister Michele says she is only just learning how troubled the children are, how much attention they need. “We have to talk things out very, very slowly,” she says. “The children feel so worthless, they believe they are dirty, that they are bad.”
The sex trade has long flourished in big cities throughout South and Southeast Asia but social workers say that, increasingly, children under 15, male and female, are being sold or recruited into prostitution. Ronald O’Grady, a Protestant minister from New Zealand who heads the Campaign to End Child Prostitution in Asian Tourism, puts the number of prostituted children under 16 worldwide at 400,000. His is one of the more conservative estimates.
It is not just poverty but also affluence born of a long economic boom that is driving the trend, creating a child sex industry on a scale never seen. At the same time, countries like Thailand, eager to attract tourism, have become tolerant of brash sex clubs for homosexuals, heterosexuals, pedophiles and others in search of sex that is expensive or outright dangerous to pursue at home. Not least, the fear of AIDS is leading clients to shun older prostitutes, in the mistaken belief that children are “clean.” But pediatricians who have to stitch up their small patients say the anal and vaginal tissues of children tear easily in sex with adults, making them highly susceptible to infection.
While child prostitution is increasing worldwide, experts say it is growing fastest in Asia, and the police there say the clients are of all kinds: locals and foreigners; Asian, Arab and Western businessmen, diplomats and development workers. On the recommendation of gay and pedophile guidebooks and newsletters, many Western men go to Sri Lanka and Thailand for very young boys on the cheap. Asians — who believe that sex with virgins can rejuvenate men — look for young girls in India, Taiwan, the Philippines and, above all, in Thailand’s brazen sex industry.
Yet even as the issue moves onto the international agenda, the subject makes politicians and tourist officials so uncomfortable that they deny or belittle it. In 1990, the United Nations Human Rights Commission ordered an investigation, appointing Vitit Muntarbhorn, a Thai law professor, as special rapporteur. By 1992, he had produced a long list of culpable nations and wrote: “The sale of children, of child prostitution and child pornography are undoubtedly global . . . and much more extensive than is apparent at first glance.” He said it is elusive and “often invisible or only marginally visible, shielded by the cloak of a pervasive underworld.”
IN NORTHERN THAILAND AND ACROSS ITS BORDER, the foothills of the Himalayas are home to the Lahu, Karen, Akha, Hmong and other tribes. Far from the economic frenzy to the south, the indigenous communities still build sturdy wooden shacks in the forests. Pigs and chickens have the run of the place, and old men wear the thin, spent demeanor of longtime opium smokers. The most striking feature of many villages, though, is the absence of teen-agers. At Doi Suthep, a schoolteacher explains that many have gone to Chiang Mai, the nearest big city. He says the people here are “not rich, not poor,” but everyone craves televisions and other consumer goods.
Marlise Simons is a correspondent in The Times’s Paris bureau.

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