Wednesday, December 27, 2006

South Koreans offered cash for no sex

South Korean men who stay away from sex with prostitutes can earn some some cash for the companies they work for, courtesy of their friendly government. From BBC:
The Ministry for Gender Equality is offering cash to companies whose male employees pledge not to pay for sex after office parties.

Men are being urged to register on the ministry's website. The companies with most pledges will receive a reward.

Officials say they want to put an end to a culture in which men get drunk at parties and go on to buy sex.

But some critics have described the move as a waste of money.

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