Me And My Whore In Paradise

 

Sex tourists are often misunderstood by society and they are suffering a lot of social stigmatizing, when all they want to do is just exploiting the local women of their holiday destination openly. Most often their intention are read as sexist and discriminative, when in reality they only are supporting the patriarchal hierarchy of the holiday destination and keeping the traditional system up. According to a survey 73% of the sex tourists don’t even see themselves as such, because they are not really paying for sex, but instead they are financially supporting specific women in their career for a bit of erotic devotion. Therefore the sex tourist’s self-perception is that of a white knight saving the poor girl, which would be a lot more appropriate.

 

These social misunderstandings are really bothering me, that’s why I demand more visibility for sex tourists and dedicate this exhibition to all the sex tourists out there.

Here’s what you can do to help:

1. Help them to come out of the closet by showing interest. For example ask them how much they paid for their prostitutes the last time and if the price-performance ratio was okay.

2. Appreciate their economic generosity for the group they are exoticizing.

3. Help them to become more conscious about their love life by asking them what their whore’s name was. You’ll find that often they do not know or cannot pronounce it. But generous as sex tourists are, it is likely that they have given their whore an easy western nickname.

4. Ask them for advice about where to find the best bars and the cheapest prostitute at the same time

5. Take a sex tourist to this exhibition and help them become more confident by acknowledging their contribution to Thailand’s economy.