Critics worry that girls involved in enjo-kōsai will grow up to be unfit wives and mothers.
Typically, it is perceived as an extension of Japan's growing focus on materialism, much of which is what critics claim is the cause of enjo-kōsai.
She would set ground rules with clients on the phone first.
She charged them 0 for a date and clarified how many times she would have sex with them. I just thought I could always quit after a short time or whenever I wanted," Sze said.
Sze wanted the same for herself, so her classmates introduced her to Internet chat forums where she met male customers.
In a report from Wen Wei-po, Chiu Tak-choi from the Yang Memorial Methodist Social Services said that, contrary to popular belief, girls who engage in compensated dating in Hong Kong are not always from poor families.