Men paying for Third World sex: “nasty”; women paying for Third World sex: “romantic”
I’ve personally witnessed scenes just like this one, except in Greece:
In her late 50s and divorced, [Barbara] travelled to Jamaica for her first holiday alone last winter. She had fantasies about sunbathing on white sand and swimming in a clear blue sea, but no plans for a holiday romance.
Her destination was an all-inclusive resort in Negril, on the western tip of Jamaica, one of the biggest destinations for female sex tourism.‘I got off the plane at Montego Bay and — boom! — there he was,’ she tells me over the phone from her home city of Sheffield.
‘I have never seen a man as fit as Chris. His dreadlocks were down his back and his legs were like a footballer’s. I thought: “Why is he looking at me like he fancies me? I’m not his type.”’Soon Barbara threw aside her inhibitions and realised she could behave in a way she would never dare to at home.‘It was like total freedom. Chris was all over me and I couldn’t get enough of that beautiful body,’ she says.‘He showered me with compliments about my legs, my hair, how I smelled, everything. He even said he liked my accent.’***‘Chris moved into my hotel room with me and we had wild sex every night,’ Barbara says.‘At first, he insisted on paying for everything, but after a couple of days he said he was owed money by a business contact and I had to bankroll him until it came through.’Barbara is on an administrator’s salary in the UK, but one evening in her £120-a-night hotel would cost any of its own porters four weeks’ wages.
‘Chris never got that money he was owed,’ she says. ‘I ended up paying for everything and once, when I refused, he told me he could pick up any white woman he wanted who would be happy to give him money.’Despite this, she remained under the illusion until the end of her holiday that Chris was her boyfriend.
When First World men travel to, say, Thailand, for sex with prostitutes half their age, it’s pervy:
One would assume that since society views men who visit prostitutes in a negative light they would also be critical of women doing the same thing. In the case of sex tourism, both older men and women from developed countries make trips to the developing world to pay for sex with partners far younger than themselves. However the way society and the media view the men and women doing the same thing couldn’t be more different. Male sex tourists are depicted, at worst, as criminals or, at best, as low-life scum taking advantage of poor desperate women. Meanwhile, the media practically celebrates women who do the same thing—in the form of films and articles—while the at-large society seems to accept this glaring double standard.
They stink, have rough skin and look like old dogs. No wonder they have to pay for a man. . . Men won’t touch them where they come from.