During the Vietnam war, a whole sex industry for U.S. troops. Moths gathered in bars, where they often entertained the Americans and offered his services. After the war, were born about 50 thousand children of American-Vietnamese origin, who mockingly called bui doi (in translation — “the dirt of life”).
Many Vietnamese women involved in prostitution against their will, lured by promises of well-paid work in that time, the country was torn by war. Of course, most women money is almost never seen — they were taken away by pimps or owners of bars, where the assembled American soldiers. Sometimes women were injected with silicone to make their figures became more lush and the Americans felt “at home” with Asian women.
Portal Vintage Everyday, specializing in historical collections, published a series of photos in which girls working in bars, appear in a natural environment.