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Child sex tourism CST is tourism for the purpose of engaging in the prostitution of children , which is commercially facilitated child sexual abuse. Child sex tourism victimizes approximately 2 million children around the world. Users of children for commercial and sexual purposes can be categorized by motive. Although pedophiles are popularly associated with child sex tourism, they are not the majority of users.
There are two types of offenders: For situational users, there may be a lack of concern to check the age of a prostitute before engaging in sexual activity. Travelling child sex offenders can use the Internet to plan their trips by seeking out and trading information about opportunities for child sex tourism and where the most vulnerable children can be found, generally in areas of low income.
However, while laws against child sex tourism may deter situational offenders who may act impulsively, pedophiles who travel specifically for the purpose of exploiting children are not easily deterred. Child sex tourism has been closely linked to poverty , armed conflicts, rapid industrialization, and exploding population growth.
Additionally, vulnerable children are easy targets for exploitation by traffickers. In , the Special Rapporteur on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography reported: Australians, for instance, have been identified as the largest group of sex tourists prosecuted in Thailand 31 percent of the total. In the coastal regions of Kenya, for example, 30 percent were residents and 70 percent of the abusers were foreign: Italians 18 percent , Germans 14 percent , Swiss 12 percent , with tourists coming from Uganda and the United Republic of Tanzania fifth and sixth on the list.
In Costa Rica, according to available information, between the and , the Child Exploitation Unit had arrested a total of 74 persons on suspicion of commercial sexual exploitation of children.