In fact, Gairanod would rather not get out of the car.
During the tour, she occasionally points to a hut and shouts bits and pieces of a story over the music playing in her car.
But the production of cybersex videos continued on mobile devices, smartphones and i Pads, which connect to the Internet using Wi Fi. She steers her car past children playing in the sand and mangy dogs scavenging in a pile of garbage.
The air is humid from the rain that fell the night before, and the smell of grilled fish and earth blows in through the car window. She doesn’t like to be seen in the streets of Ibabao, where the people watch as she drives by.
They argue that no real abuse takes place, that there is no rape and that the chats and live images of naked children are still better than conventional prostitution.