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The Prevention and Suppression of Prostitution Act of 1996 defines prostitution as any act “in order to gratify the sexual desire of another person in a promiscuous manner in return for money or other benefit.” Any person who for the purpose of prostitution, solicits, induces, or introduces themselves in a public place shall be liable for a fine of up to one thousand baht.
Any person who associates with another person in a prostitution establishment shall be liable for imprisonment for up to one month or a fine of up to one thousand baht.
If the child is under the age of 13, the term of imprisonment increases from seven to twenty years.
The term “living on the earnings of a prostitute” is determined by whether the person is residing or associating with one or more prostitutes regularly, living or receiving money or other benefits procured by a prostitute, or engaging for the purpose of helping a prostitute in the quarrel with his or her customer.
This section does not apply to any person who receives maintenance from a prostitute as a result of law or morality.
Any person who advertises or solicits through documents or printed material for prostitution shall be liable for imprisonment of six months to two years and a fine of ten thousand to forty thousand baht.
If someone gratifies their sexual desire with a person over the age of 15 but not over 18 years of age shall be liable for imprisonment of one to three years and a fine of twenty to sixty thousand baht.
Under Section 283, if the above is complete through deceitful means, threatening, doing harm, influencing with unjust power, or extortion, the minimum penalty shall be five years to twenty years.