Tailand sex com
For the past year, Ng has been running a website that offers insights into the Thai bar scene, such as where to meet beautiful women and how to negotiate fees for their services.
Ng, who has worked at Cal State Northridge, for nearly half of his 50 years, never actively advertised his moonlighting gig to his students or academic colleagues.
“I find it highly unsettling that one member among our professional and educated class continues to view women as sex objects,” said Chanchanit Martorell, the executive director of the Thai Community Development Center, an organization that fights human trafficking, among other issues.
The site helps feed “the insatiable appetite of the sex tourism industry in Thailand and leaves in its path victims of the worst human rights abuses, namely Thai women and girls who did not choose to engage in sex work but may have been trafficked and coerced into a depraved, tortured and hellish existence,” she said.
But Ng said in an interview that the shrine is located near a shopping mall and didn’t appear to him to be especially sacred.
He also said he launched Big Baby because he said he was censored by the Big Mango Bar owners.
But he was outed by a group of foreign businessmen who were outraged by what they considered a disrespectful Internet posting.
They contacted his employer and colleagues, hoping Ng would be pressured into taking down his site.
“There’s an unsavory element but one could characterize this site (as) all things about Thailand,” Bertin said.
“The owners couldn’t believe what he was posting,” the person wrote.
It was quite disheartening.” In addition to contacting officials at CSUN, the owners of Big Mango Bar posted a comment about Ng on Rate My in December: “Hey kids, if you should end up in Thailand be sure to ask Professor Ng which places are best for picking up underage girls for sex.” They also launched a parody of Ng’s site called Big Dummy
Scholtz said each university has its own set of standards and policies.
In general, however, the AAUP refers to a set of ethics drawn up in 1940 that says professors should be free from discipline for their speech as private citizens.