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"In the '80s, Pagsanjan was declared by international gay publications as a paradise for them, a gay paradise, a haven for homosexuals", said Dr.
Sonia Zaide, an activist who is particularly concerned by the expansion of the town's sex trade to include minors, mostly young boys.
Most of the sex trade around the base closed at the same time due to the loss of the GI customers.
Mayor Alfredo Lim proceeded to crack down on Manila's remaining sex industry, causing many of these businesses to relocate to Angeles City, which borders on the closed base, and was becoming a popular tourist destination especially with former GI's.
She was eventually trafficked to Malaysia where she was forced to take drugs and forced to service 20 customers a day Visayan Forum Foundation has established in 2002 that most of the children and young women trafficked to Manila from rural areas in search of work were assured jobs as domestic workers, but in a significant number of cases end up in the sex trade.
Pagsanjan began to attract an increasing number of child molesters.
The area is a favorite for foreign child molesters seeking children.
October 5 has become the Day of No Prostitution Campaign in Davao City.
In 2008, Angeles Mayor Francis Nepomuceno acknowledged the problem.
“We admit having HIV cases and that prostitution may be flourishing". The RHWC treated 1,421 cases in 2005, 2,516 cases in 2006 and 6,229 cases in 2007. In 2010, CNN ran an article about a 15-year-old who began working in prostitution in a bar in the notorious fields ave, Angeles City because she needed money to support her baby.
Trafficking of Women and Children in Olongapo was rampant during the time of the Subic Naval Base located close by.
In 1988, the US Naval Investigative Service confirmed the existence of child prostitution in Olongapo City.By the late 1990s, UNICEF estimated that there are 60,000 child prostitutes in the Philippines, describing Angeles City brothels as "notorious" for offering sex with children.