Sex Tourism examines the issues which emerge from sex worker-client interactions and from tourists visiting 'sex destinations'. It is a comprehensive summary of past research by academics and original primary and secondary research by the authors and has examples from Asia, Australasia and the USA. The authors have generated new models to show different dimensions of sex tourism, which normalise at least some components of the sex industry, and represent a new way of looking at sex tourism by challenging the preconceived perceptions that some people have of sex tourism or confirm the impression of others. Sex Tourism looks at issues of importance to those working in tourism, women's studies, gender studies and social change.travelling overseas the previous year, more than half eating in a restaurant at least once a week and 23.6 per cent dining out two or more times a week. The survey also noted that more than half would change banks if offered a gay credit card (Brother Sister, 1996a). In the American survey ... By comparison, only about 2 per cent of the mainstream population cruised in the same period. In this market gaysanbsp;...
|Author||:||Chris Ryan, Colin Michael Hall|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 2001|