Angeles City in the Philippines is a well-known sex tourism destination. There used to be an American air base here, but now it’s popular among mainly retired men who travel in search of sex for sale. Hundreds of local young women work in the bars and night clubs offering additional services for the money they desperately need to make ends meet and feed their families. The real victims though are the sex workers’ children, conceived by foreign travellers.
These children immediately stand out in the crowd, being of mixed-race here almost certainly means a child is the product of a liaison between a sex tourist and a call girl. They may stand out but they’re not unusual, within their communities there are many children of the sex trade. In most cases, the kids have never met their fathers who, after visiting for a brief holiday, either don’t know or care that their own offspring have been left behind. The burden of raising the children rests entirely on the shoulders of the already struggling mothers.
An RT Doc film crew visits Angeles City to meet the children abandoned by foreign sex tourist fathers. This programme reveals their lives and dreams and some heartfelt messages for the estranged fathers.
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Heartbreaking! These children are beautiful! I wish that I had the money to adopt them and give them the love that they need! So glad that the mothers are doing what they can and not abandoning them. God watch over them all and give them strength and joy❤
Yet. They seldom talk about it in local media. That most americans and white are doing this. They are busy blaming Chinese in the Media. I am not saying that all Chinese are good and all American are bad. What I am saying is, why media always try to portray Chinese as demons and Americans as angels?
I don't really have an issue with the exchange of sex for money, it's supply and demand and no different than how most women seek to hop on the 'D' of the man with the most resources. When I was watching this though, what I kept coming back too is circumstance. The women in the video willingly spread their legs and took the creampie, the men paid for it, often lied as if they were going to stick around, etc. In the end, the product of that exchange, it's the kids are the one's who suffer and neither party thought about how their actions would create this generation of children who don't know their fathers and now have less of a chance at a successful life due to the absence of both parents. It's much like here in the US where I think the stats are something like 70%, of crime is committed by kids raised in single parent households. My numbers may be off a bit but I think you all get the point, the kids are suffering because both the mother and father failed to think ahead, failed to take responsibility for their actions and it's a shame that the sexual exchange has lead to this epidemic around the globe.
VERY SAD INDEED, the goverment in this country should make a tax for bars and clubs that employ and use these women as business pawns, the tourist industry must take responsibility for down stream effects of their business, call it pimp tax
A lot of light skin straight haired babies... I think I watched another video where they interviewed an old white male sex tourist. He blamed the corruption of the government and law enforcement for being able to do what he’s doing.
I OWN a home in the PI , ONE of the most DISGUSTING thing I have seen is an OLD WHITE PERVERT ON A PORTABLE OXYGEN TANK WITH A YOUNG PINAY GIRL . MAYBE HE HAD A HEAR ATTACK TRYING TO GET IT UP, I HOPE SO , So SAD TO SEE THE LITTLE GIRLS DANCING LIKE THAT ALREADY BEING PRIMED FOR THE BIG STAGE
Thank you for this kindhearted documentary exposing the truth and the very important part that makes the picture a whole one. I hope everyone will see the reality and that everything has a bigger picture to it!
It melted my heart seeing that tremendous love and unimaginable maturity speaking out from the faces of those children, who even going through those deepest sufferings not even condemned their fathers, because their love is so much bigger! How deeply touching and beautiful their gratefulness towards those caring for them, who were undergoing terrible austerities themselves as well. How sobering and encouraging that deepest commitment coming from the hearts of those children wanting to be there for them later and to be a blessing as much as possible in their lives to others as well, showing all that what was missing by their own fathers.
May we all be touched and awoken by witnessing all that pure love, letting our hearts be renewed, always searching for the whole picture, so that we may not be tempted by the lies, but cleansed by the truth.
Let us worship God alone instead, crucifying all idols and feeding our minds with the Scriptures daily, so that we may be strengthened in our walk in the Spirit and able to conquer the thorns of the flesh every day anew, finding true peace and comfort instead of the false short-lived tantalizing promises of the devil!
May all those who are suffering be blessed and the light always shine upon them! Let us pray for them in the name of Jesus Christ!
30:12 Thailand’s government is pimping their women. They have no plans to help them because they know it’s the WOMEN who are attracting all the tourists. Hoping girls will fall for the glamour of prostitution. Thai women need to protest for more financial support and benefits and end the cycle of indoctrinating little girls into this culture!
Request for child support from the Embassy of United States of America ur government should get involved with these situations they're all getting away with murder they need to take care of their offspring's.
Sobrang nakakalungkot. Nang dahil sa kahirapan, kailangan nilang gawin yun. Nakakalungkot dahil, feeling ko tinanggap na lang ng mga babae na hanggang ganun na lang sila. Sana maisip nila that they are precious and is not deserving of a life like that.
Poor kids. What have they done to deserve this kind of life? And shouldn't the women there know anything better than to trust the pervert foreign men ? Those men are just there to pay a small small sum of money for some fun,and then off they go. So do you expect them to take responsibility for your pregnancy? No they won't!!! So please take good care of yourselves. Hope all of you kids have a better life and bright future waiting for you. Don't give up.
This makes me cry damn those fat ugly old men that uses the desperate of those women’s they should provide those kids there should be a law a god damn law at the Philippines that if a girl gets pregnant she can avoid the guy from exiting the country , they should freaking provide for the sake of those kids.
SHAME on us human kind shame on us!!!!!!
Bless Pia for adopting and giving this child life. This poor transwoman who already has the most difficult discriminated and oppressed life from the close-minded people and the society is giving all that she has and is to this boy who was abandoned by his normal parents. He was ashamed to be seen with his mother and even call her his mother because of people who made him feel ashamed of her. He said it makes him upset when people make fun of her. He even said he could cure her one day when he becomes a doctor so she can be a woman not stuck in the middle. One day he will understand just how lucky he is to have a mother who took care of her, dedicated all her life and everything for his wellbeing even if she is a Transgender woman.
26:10 her face, the judgement was so obvious...
It only doesn't happen in that particular place, it happens everywhere in the Philippines. That's just the most common place for it.
Edit: I feel more grateful with my life now. Every time I feel ungrateful I should watch documentaries like this.
My family was going through a hard time, and I always thought I had the worst life and that I was ''poor''. But I've been watching a lot of this documentaries and I've realized that I have everything I need, everything I want. And now me and my older siblings are donating to charitys.
How the moral and ethical fabric of a society is teared into shreds when everyone thinks of themselves and not others. Using appearances, religion and deceit to deceive others and eventually themselves.
What the FUCK is philippines government doing to help these kids and to STOP child prostitution ? Why not ban prostitution all together, make education free for poor children from ages 6 to 14, and provide healthcare and family planning services. Isn't this basic job of the government ?
They need to be a system set up to make the men pay more . MAKING BABIES AND LEAVING the Government needs to step in. This is a life for them cycle that repeats. But I will say this I Wish she stop talking to that child like that. The teacher could have been more understanding for the child sake. Dammm
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