The Solution to the Problem of Teenagers Compensated Dating

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Have you ever heard the word ‘Enjo Kosai’? It means compensated dating, which is defined as men give money or luxury to attract women for companionship, some especially for sex. In 2008, an appalling new shocks all the Hong Kong people. Wong Ka-mui, a secondary student who did compensated dating, was killed and dismembered (Lo, 2008). This tragedy raised the concern of public to teenagers compensated dating, and citizens started to comprehend the severity of the issue. Why juveniles have to betray their body or even soul? Maybe the survey from Hong Kong Association of Sexuality Educators, Researchers & Therapists Ltd. (2009) can answer our question. When asking the reason for teenagers compensated dating, 87% student believe the main reason is money, which is used for buying expensive brand products. Moreover, there are half of student anticipate compensated dating is for finding love and purchasing drugs too. It seems the formation of compensated dating have multiple factors. In order to protect our next generation, and safeguard our social ethic, here are three possible solutions to tackle the problem: combating the crime, inputting social worker resource, and keeping good family relationship. First, police could reinforce the combating action to the internet obscenity. With development of technology, people can comfortably connect with world everywhere through the internet, such as different social websites and smartphone applications. However, they also connive compensated dating, because teenagers can search their ‘clients’ easily on those platforms. To uproot the origin of the immoral transaction, one suggestion is reinforcing the combating activity to eliminate channel for compensated dating. However, it probably is ... ... middle of paper ... ...tober 13). Girls sell sex in hong kong to earn shopping money. CNN. Retrieved November 29, 2013 from “How much do you know about teenagers deviation behaviors?” Survey Report. (2009, April 27). Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups. Retrieved November 29, 2013 from Lo, C. (2008, May 09). Man charged with murder of girl, 16, but no body found. South China Morning Post. Retrieved November 29, 2013 from Survey of compensated dating. (2009, July). Hong Kong Association of Sexuality Educators, Researchers & Therapists Ltd. Retrieved November 29, 2013 from
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