aircatcher wrote:Donkeydick quote:
"...And ironically, those who wail the loudest are usually the hypocrits who get caught with their pants down! "
Umm...true, we have many politicians get caught up in sex scandals,including one of our former 2 terms President, American sex tourist are the highest numbers face charges for child sex tourism in Cambodia....maybe our society has become too sensitive about sex.
DonkeyD wrote:Having never been married I am stunned by the stories of how many of my married buddies wives use sex as their currency. The husbands pay in oversized houses, constant redecorating to live the Magazine life, etc etc.
DonkeyD wrote:FredBGG wrote:[..
And you know of this "reality" directly?
Or have you just read sensationalist media "reports" and such selectively quoting from "studies" ?
I know of it DIRECTLY and am very well informed of it.
I am most certainly NOT speaking of those Bangkok red light zones, nor anything like that.
I do not however automatically equate paying a woman 10x the amount for sex as you pay for her cleaning your pousada room or cooking yo food or washing your dirty underwear as exploitive.
My meeting up with local women who want to spend an evening or weekend or week in exchange for some much needed financial help does NOT automatically equate to violence, suffering, disease and death. (See "war" in Afghanistan and Iraq for that!)
In fact, it may have a completely opposite effect.
When I travel to second and third world countries like Cuba I bring vitamins, folic acid and omega 3 supplements. I can't do it for everyone so YES, I am selective and have only semi-altruistic motives. I also provide a woman some cash equal to her family income for a month or two.
The "reality" is that for many men and women, sex can be recreational and hedonistic, it does not always have to occur in the context of deep emotional, love, or within the sanctity of marriage. (which is the biggest prostitution racket of them all!)
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