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Geisha houses were turned into escort services and people from Taiwan could exchange sex for money. Some of the women were often introduced to become an escort as an effort to help their family become financially stable.
Sex workers were also recruited through the prison system to comfort men who worked in the military. These sex workers were rewarded by taking time off their sentence or allowing them to take additional luxuries to their cells. In , Chinese returned to rule Taiwan and banned the trade of sex for money. The government deemed it as an immoral problem within society which the Japanese had introduced to their culture.
However, escort services still ran on the outer islands of Taiwan. It was also common practice to find prostitutes who targeted the American army bases, pubs and dancing halls, this made Taiwan's economy grow. In , a social movement began in an attempt to ban forced prostitution of Taiwanese aborigine girls. Within East Asia some of the areas that sex workers operated from were quietly accepted by society. Even though this was the case in the s, all brothels were ordered to close down in an effort to end the sex working industry.
Some people did not want to make that change and continued to work through underground companies. Large scale operations which hired women workers were heavily fined. Exchanging money for sex had been made illegal, Police cracked down on street prostitution. In , after five decades of largely ignoring ad hoc red-light districts , including several in downtown Taipei, Taiwan started cracking down on prostitution. Taipei mayor Chen Shui-bian ordered the brothels to be shut down.
It was then that the community began to see prostitution as a feminist movement for women to be able to work in their career of choice. In , the community had realised that in a response to the laws which prohibited prostitution it had forced sex workers who relied so heavily on the income of their job, to work privately hidden from the public eye. This meant they were not protected and were more susceptible to become victims of verbal and physical abuse.