In one of those rare idle moments I happened to google on ‘sex tourism eat pray love’ and this is one of the first articles that came up:
Rhonda and Ketut as the faces of female sex tourism, by Nigel Bowen (22 Jan 2013)
Yes, don’t be shocked but it’s been claimed that many women mix with local men whilst enjoying their holidays. But relax, because it’s so so different to that nasty sex-tourism thing that men do. I mean it’s not like the boys are prostitutes or anything, and it does seem fair that if they take time off work to show you around then a lady would buy them a meal or small gift. Or two.
Still those MRA scumbags rubbish anything that women value. So how have other feminists explained these very special holiday experiences?
“When women pay men for sex, it doesn’t have the same social effect because there is no history of women enslaving men” (Source)
““female sex tourism” oversimplifies the motives of these women and that “romance tourism” explains the complex nature of what these women are engaging themselves in while involved in romance tours. They also explain that the expression “female sex tourism”, “serves to perpetuate gender roles and reinforce power relations of female subordination, romance tourism in Jamaica provides an arena for change” (Source)
“Once, sometimes twice, a month I meet up with Justin, a 36-year-old divorcé. We go out for a meal and maybe to a club before spending the night in a hotel … But what differentiates our dates from the norm is that I pay for Justin’s company, including having sex with him” (Source)
Female seks tourism (26 November 2016)
Confessions of an Australian male escort: ‘I don’t just get booked for sex’ (9 September 2016)
Lonely Women Paying For Men’s Company (12 August 2016) Video
‘European Sugar Mamas’ – Women sex tourists in Kenya (29 July 2016) Reddit discussion thread
The women who hire male escorts (1 February 2014)
Wealthy Older Women Are Hiring Men In Kenya To Romance Them (22 October 2014)