Have you ever done this? If so, where have you gone? Thailand, Amsterdam, Quebec?
I used to do this. Went to the West Side.
r1, I'm not talking about just getting laid: I'm talking about going to a foreign country for the main purpose of find plentiful guys either to do things you wouldn't do with with local guys or to actually hire.
Bump for info. I'd be up for a little vacation...
OP/R2, that's what I'M talking about. I would NEVER do that stuff with the guys from the EAST side. I'd MARRY someone from the East Side. And did.
Literally foreign cities in literally foreign countries. I'm not asking about metaphorically "foreign" neighborhoods.
This would be a great idea if the guys were actually hot. I can't see spending thousands to go have sex with 12-year-old Thai boys.
[quote] I can't see spending thousands to go have sex with 12-year-old Thai boys.
Miami, just once.
I drove from Beaumont, TX to Houston, TX last year for one helluva hot piece of ass. He was totally worth the hour and a half drive. Does that count as 'sex-tourism'?
Have not done this, BUT I have been to the Bangkok bars where they sell Thailand Twinks,"just to see." I am not a rice queen and NOT into twinks, so they idea of renting one of these guys is not appealing. Was fascinated by the whole scene however. Nothing else like it on Earth. The boys are treated like product on a Walmart shelf and it's a very complicated transaction with all the payments that have to be made.
There was one bar I went to that had really hot muscle men, real life professional competitive body builders who did live fuck shows every night. These guys are considerable more expensive and generally will not bottom unless you really pay out.
Montreal for the male strippers. Duh.
Newfoundland because they're already drunk and that's half the battle.
The Minneapolis-St. Paul airport.
I went to me.
I go to me all the time.
r9, tell us more. You didnt even have to leave the US.
Went to Amsterdam and saw a live gay sex show. Once is enough!
I saw a fascinating film with Charlotte Rampling about women of a certain age who travel to Haiti for a week of big black cock in pretty packages.
Once in Rio. They have two saunas that are stocked to the rafters with local rentboys. Practically speaking, MUCH safer than going home with a stranger, or taking somebody to your hotel.
Acres of pretty flesh, all colors, and they're all hung like mules. Action for 100 Reais ($50), so I played around with three. One was okay sexually, one was terrible (completely unresponsive straight boy), and one was insanely good in bed. Nice experience overall.
Technically prostitution is illegal in Brazil, but they only prosecute child prostitution. Adults, they don't give a shit a'tall.
Bring your own rubbers! They don't sell XL rubbers in Brazil for some weird reason.
Sex is always on my agenda when traveling beyond the U.S. I make it a point to visit the local 'saunas' in Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Paris, Rome, Zurich, Vancouver, Quebec, Montreal, Stockholm, Athens, Brussels, London, Munich, etc. I'm on an international search for intact, all-natural penises like mine.
Well, Australian hookers were quite inexpensive when their dollar was worth 60 U.S. cents.
Same with South Africa escorts when the rand was worth very little.
Then there are the Brazilian rent boys, of course.
And Argentinian whores were a steal when their currency collapsed.
And let's not forget the Czech male prostitutes in the early years following the fall of the Iron Curtain.
It's not really sex tourism as I visit these places often, but who can resist a bargain?
American hookers were also a bargain in around 2007 when it was $2 to £1.
Montreal. New Orleans. Miami/FtLauderdale.
Well your cheap whores were a steal in the summer of 2001.
$180 for a London out-call while New York was $250 plus.
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