Last week the Medical Council of Thailand warned of the health risks associated with castration, which could damage hormone growth and physical development.
Thousands of ladyboys are employed in Thailand's sex industry. Fearful that the operations could cause severe damage to both their mental and physical health the Public Health Ministry issued a ministerial order conveyed to all the country's hospitals and private clinics.
The move follows reports that boys as young as 11 and 12 have been queuing for the operations - the first stage in a complete sex change operation. Young boys believe the laduboys will help them develop with more feminine complexions as they grow older. Doctors who flout the law face imprisonment or a fine mississauga independent escort ads both.
Ladyboy bars and clubs have increased ificantly over the last five years and seem popular with foreign tourists. Operations have been caled on all youths aged under 18 whether they have parental consent or not.
Natee Teerarojjanapongs, the leader of the Gay Political Group of Thailand, also called for action to be taken against clinics performing castrations on young wyat.