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Common sense might answer that 1 because Romania is a poor country in Europe, girls unable to make a living come to the West to find work. And of course, Romanian as the Romance language shares many words and grammar with Spanish. According to a Romanian girl, "We can understand Spanish movies without subtitles even if we have never learned Spanish. These two theories are not sufficient to explain the problem, however. Thus, it is not just a linguistic reason that accounts for the problem.
The population of Romania is 20 million approximately, Bulgaria has 8. Bulgaria is an EU member together with Romania and their economic situations are alike, but the number of Romanian prostitutes much larger, perhaps 5 to 10 times. Therefore, in addition to two factors above, we have to take other factors into consideration. There could be likely a popular belief that Romanians particularly have no sense of virtue.
I do not like saying "no sense of virtue". Should be said "sexually tolerant". Or, classical theory of historical materialism might explain that countries blessed with fertile land needn't practice birth control, thus historically tend to be tolerant to sexuality. Of European countries, traditional grain-growing regions are France in the west, and the Danube Basin of Romania and Ukraine in the east. Indeed, these nations may have a character of being "sexually tolerant" France dose, as far as I know.
However, speaking of the contemporary prostitution scene in these countries, sex industry at home is disastrous. Moreover, considering that the number of Romanian prostitutes is much larger than that of Ukraine, the same agricultural country, it is also assumed that sense of chastity derived from the climate is not an explanatory factor in this case.
Now, what is a historical factor unique to Romania? One hint is that most of Romanian prostitutes currently working in European countries are in their 20s, and that they were born in the s.