Female sex tourism Watch

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Female_sex_tourism

Motives for travel

...women from UK travel to Kenya to enjoy the sun and enjoy the company of young men in a sexual manner.

WoW... amazing fact,really.

I wonder if those feminists like to enjoy those young men in Kenya.
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Gross. I love how they pretend that they're saints. At least they're not anti-sex I guess. I bet they can't verify the ages of the young men they sleep with. Sex tourism is so disgusting.
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How to make a thread on here-

- Bring up a topic, provide a link.

- Randomly mention feminism, whether it has any relevance or not.

- Sit back and enjoy the woman bashing.
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(Original post by Mankytoes)
How to make a thread on here-

- Bring up a topic, provide a link.

- Randomly mention feminism, whether it has any relevance or not.

- Sit back and enjoy the woman bashing.
It's a fact, not woman bashing. Are you a feminist? Or just a troll?

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It's a fact, not woman bashing. Are you a feminist? Or just a troll?

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It's a fact that there is female sex tourism. There's no link to feminism, and the first reply ****ged off "dirty women", even though this market is far smaller than the male sex tourist market.

What's more surprising is that you find this amazing, this has been something that has been reported on for quite some time.
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Any thread on here to do with feminists is always entertaining.
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Rent a rasta looooool :lol:

They probably feel undesired over here so go over to places where young men are going to cater to their needs ,
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Oh great. Dirty women bringing HIV back with them. Wonderful.
Dirty women? What exactly do you mean?

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(Original post by Mankytoes)
It's a fact that there is female sex tourism. There's no link to feminism, and the first reply ****ged off "dirty women", even though this market is far smaller than the male sex tourist market.

What's more surprising is that you find this amazing, this has been something that has been reported on for quite some time.
Yeah, no such links. There is only one link (wiki).

That market is far smaller? Really?

I found it amazing because I never thought British women would do things just like that. That really really surprised me.

Now I'm sure you're a feminist.

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I can't stop clicking on these threads...
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Yeah, no such links. There is only one link (wiki).

That market is far smaller? Really?

I found it amazing because I never thought British women would do things just like that. That really really surprised me.

Now I'm sure you're a feminist.

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By links I meant connections. Nothing on the wiki said anything about feminism.

Yes, that's well known. Have you ever been to Amsterdam? Hundreds of women in windows, no men. Men are allowed, and people have tried, can't make it work.

Women like sex too, there will always be a section willing to pay for anything that people enjoy.

Well I'm not, in fact I just had a feminist on another thread refuse to debate me because she seems to think I'm sexist. As long as both sides keep getting arsey with me, I'll be confident I'm talking sense.
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By links I meant connections. Nothing on the wiki said anything about feminism.

Yes, that's well known. Have you ever been to Amsterdam? Hundreds of women in windows, no men. Men are allowed, and people have tried, can't make it work.

Women like sex too, there will always be a section willing to pay for anything that people enjoy.

Well I'm not, in fact I just had a feminist on another thread refuse to debate me because she seems to think I'm sexist. As long as both sides keep getting arsey with me, I'll be confident I'm talking sense.
Lol. I got it. That's just my wondering. Don't you think some feminists were there in Kenya and enjoyed those young men? That's impossible?

Yeah,women like sex. And they like young men as well. Sounds like a pedo?

Is sex tourism illegal in your country?

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This is why I will never touch a white women/man ,most of them have STD'S/HIV.
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(Original post by Mankytoes)
It's a fact that there is female sex tourism. There's no link to feminism, and the first reply ****ged off "dirty women", even though this market is far smaller than the male sex tourist market.

What's more surprising is that you find this amazing, this has been something that has been reported on for quite some time.
Yeah there was a really great film on the subject last year called paradise:love as well
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Yeah, no such links. There is only one link (wiki).

That market is far smaller? Really?

I found it amazing because I never thought British women would do things just like that. That really really surprised me.

Now I'm sure you're a feminist.

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It says it in the first paragraph of the article you linked.
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This is why I will never touch a white women/man ,most of them have STD'S/HIV.
Ummm....I don't think so. And you do realise it's actually pretty easy to catch an STD without being promiscuous? It just depends on who your partner has slept with and then who they in turn slept wit etc. etc. and whether they used protection. Some STDs don't even show up for ages so people are oblivious
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Ummm....I don't think so. And you do realise it's actually pretty easy to catch an STD without being promiscuous?
Ummmmm.....I think it is best to ignore such posts
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Ummmmm.....I think it is best to ignore such posts
.......Come again
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.......Come again
The thread mustn't be derailed innit
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Lol. I got it. That's just my wondering. Don't you think some feminists were there in Kenya and enjoyed those young men? That's impossible?

Yeah,women like sex. And they like young men as well. Sounds like a pedo?

Is sex tourism illegal in your country?

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No, but that doesn't mean there's a link with feminism, just because some people who do something happen to belong to a group. Some of them probably have large feet, but that doesn't mean it's logical to bring that up in this thread. You'd need some evidence that feminists particularly partake in sex tourism, and I don't see any.

Not really, being a "pedo" specifically means being attracted to pre-pubescents, and there's nothing there suggesting a significant number of these men are underage.

My country is England, it's legal to pay for escorts and sex, and the same laws apply for tourists, though I'm not aware of a significant market.
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