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Post subject: Girl Friendly Hotels in India  PostPosted: Jun 26, 2011 - 07:47 PM
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we've been searching the internet for girl friendly hotels in India, but the results were rather sobering.

India seems to be a terrible place to get laid if one is a traveler, especially for a country where prostitution is supposed to be legal.

We would be happy to receive information on Girl Friendly Hotels in India to publish it, thank you.
 
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Post subject: RE: Girl Friendly Hotels in India  PostPosted: Jun 13, 2012 - 02:31 PM



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Hi, I live in Mumbai and travel extensively in India and abroad firstly let me inform that prostitution is not legal in India, it is illegal and punishable severely under Indian Laws, However it exists very wide being a poor country with large population, it is usually under specific houses, flats or private place, Hotels which cater to these activities are plenty and they do not have any clients for normal stay, Routing hotels will generally be strict for guests joining particularly if the women can be judged easily from the attire, Hi Profile women might be able to come to the room easily. be choosy if you intend to do so, PM me if you need personal details
 
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Post subject: RE: Girl Friendly Hotels in India  PostPosted: Jun 14, 2012 - 04:26 PM
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Rajanraja, thank you for the information

according to this page, independent prostitution is legal in India:
http://prostitution.procon.org/view.resource.php?resourceID=000772#india

but business on prostitution is illegal (brothels, agencies, pimping) as well as solicitation, while the simple act of paying money in exchange for sex is not illegal.

Quote:
"In the heart of Mumbai, India lies Kamathipura, one of the country's poorest districts and also its largest red light district, home to more than 60,000 sex workers...

On the streets of Kamathipura, it's no challenge for Aronson [Frontline Producer] to find sex workers to talk with. In a small gathering she asks them frankly about the core issues of their trade -- economics and health. The women get the equivalent of US$1.50 for sex, $2 on a good night, less than a dollar on a bad night. To have sex without a condom, men will often pay more or, after a few visits, tell the women they love them. The women in the group laugh a bit about the men's proclamations of love, but there's a tragic fact behind their laughter: more than half of the sex workers here are HIV positive."

Raney Aronson, "India - The Sex Workers," PBS's Frontline, June 2004


If you have references to Indian Law, I'd be very interested, and also about knowing more details about hotels' practices in India.
What happens if the room is booked for two persons and you say the second person comes later?
 
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