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Sex Tourism
by Michael C. Hall, Chris Ryan

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.


Sex Holiday [Cowboy Sex 4]
by Natalie Acres

[Siren PolyAmour: Erotic Contemporary PolyAmour Romance, M/F/M, Multiple Partners Sharing] Patience is running. She’s running from her past, running from her future and running circles around the here and now. Patience needs a replacement for lost love, but she’s not in the mood to shop for more heartache and troubles. With a gentle push from her best friends, she heads south to spend some time in the sand and meets up with two handsome cowboys. From the moment first introductions are made, Patience knows there’s something special about the McCoy brothers. Soon, she realizes why she’s been running. She was headed in the right direction all along. ** A Siren Erotic Romance

Tourism and Sex
by Stephen Clift, Simon Carter

The significance of travel and tourism in relation to the international epidemiology of sexually transmitted infections has been widely recognized for many years. With the appearance of AIDS/HIV, a new impetus has been given to research in this field and to the consideration of practical preventative initiatives targeting international travellers. Considerable attention has also been given to the impact which international tourism has had on the development of commercial sex industries in different destinations around the world. In particular, serious concerns have been expressed about the role of international tourism in promoting the sexual exploitation of children and young people. This edited collection of 16 chapters makes a contribution to this debate. It provides a comprehensive overview of research findings and discusses their implications for health – both for the international traveller and of the local communities in major tourism destinations.

Sex and Tourism
by Thomas G. Bauer, Bob McKercher, Kaye Sung Chon

Explore the complex relationship between tourism and intimacy in this new book with a worldwide perspective!

With a unique combination of academic and personal accounts, Sex and Tourism: Journeys of Romance, Love, and Lust takes you behind the scenes with motel owners, adventure travel guides, backpackers, and others working on all sides of the international tourism industry. The editors have created a model that views the situation from three different perspectives: tourist, tourism provider, and nature of the encounter. Unlike other related volumes, this book is not just about the sex trade, but also about the role of tourism in love, marriage, and relationships.

The global focus of Sex and Tourism will introduce you to:

  • off-season romance on the island of Crete
  • sex tourism in Cambodia
  • a South Korean museum dedicated to women forced into sexual slavery by the Japanese military
  • the sexual aspects of adventure travel in Canada
  • cross-cultural marriage in Thailand
  • gentleman’s clubs in New Orleans
  • Australian river guides and their potential liaisons with clients

People who travel to escape their day-to-day lives often become involved in situations they would never find themselves in at home. Good or bad, many of these situations are examined in Sex and Tourism. You’ll learn about the illegal trafficking of girls in Nepal, worldwide programs for combating child sex rings, and the lethal combination of AIDS and tourism, but you’ll also find accounts of love and romance far from home. You will see how the tourism industry can act as a facilitator of human intimacy and what happens when different cultural realities collide.

Anyone involved in recreation, leisure, anthropology, social science, or tourism will be interested in this book. Sex and Tourism is an enlightening guide to the complex world found at the crossroads of sightseeing and sex.


Wicked Words: Sex On Holiday
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This volume showcases some of the best erotic writing from both sides of the Atlantic, bringing together a collection of unashamed, wildly entertaining fantasies all on the theme of holiday romances and sensual encounters.

It includes MAGIC FINGERS by the international bestselling author Sylvia Day, author of the Crossfire trilogy including the Sunday Times bestseller Bared to You.


Pink Tourism
by Howard L. Hughes

This is a study of gay and lesbian tourism from, primarily, a marketing perspective but italso examines how marketing activity engages with and affects social issues relating tohomosexuality. It includes an overview of the nature of homosexuality and relevant issues that bear upontourism and marketing. Content includes holiday profiles of both gay men and lesbians;supply of related holiday products; popular and non-popular destinations; tour operatorsand accommodation provision; tourism and sex and sexually transmitted infections; barriersand inhibitors to choice including host reactions; appropriate marketing strategies. The book locates gay and lesbian tourism and holiday marketing within a context of current issuessuch as citizenship, identity and consumerism, political activity and distraction, andcontested space and de-gaying.

Sex, Tourism and the Postcolonial Encounter
by Jessica Jacobs

There has been a perception that female sex or ‘Romance’ tourism is either some kind of emancipatory practiceor else a purely exploitative liaison. The men involved are likewise dismissed as only interested in money or a passport. This book questions this dualistic representation of western women and the men they sleep with.

Sex… on Holiday
by Kerri Sharp

Holidays always bring a certain frisson, offering excitement, a break from routine and a sense of discovery – of sensuous strangers and far-off places. Sex…on Holidayshowcases some of the best erotic writing from both sides of the Atlantic, bringing together a collection of unashamed, wildly entertaining fantasies of indulgence with hot, horny guys from a variety of countries. Whether it’s a buff Aussie snake handler or a rugged American woodsman, there’s a naughty holiday fling to suit eery taste in this X-rated collection. With rich sunsuality and an eye on the exotic, Sex…on Holidaymakes the perfect beach read!

No-one Ever Has Sex on Holiday: A Totally Hilarious Summer Read
by Tracy Bloom

Get ready to enjoy your first holiday abroad with small children. Highlights include: being woken at 5 every morning and working a gruelling day in 30-degree heat chasing kids around the pool with a bottle of sunscreen. Added features: screaming during mealtimes and toddlers moaning about sand. Absolutely no sex guaranteed or your money back!

Katy and Ben and their four closest friends are going to Spain for a week with their kids. Sun, sex and sangria? Almost certainly not.

The couples think they are prepared for all the joys and trials a family holiday has to offer but they have a shock coming, and not only from the kids. Into their first day by the pool crashes Ollie, who has just been dumped by his girlfriend, and Cassie, on her hen party holiday but having serious doubts about her impending marriage. A recipe for a relaxing week abroad? Let’s wait and see…

From the no. 1 bestselling author of No-one Ever Has Sex on a Tuesday, this is the perfect book to read on the beach – either with or without small children. Perfect for fans of Nick Spalding, Marian Keyes and Gill Sims.

Readers love No-one Ever Has Sex on Holiday!

‘One of the funniest books I’ve read this year… I found myself laughing out loud… A fantasticholiday read.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars

‘A laugh-out-loud romp that had me in literal stitches from start to finish.’ Goodreads Reviewer

‘Five stars are really not enough for this fantastic book but in the absence of anything more I would just like to say to people reading this review “Read it, you won’t regret it.”‘ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars

‘A perfect holiday read.’ Goodreads Reviewer

‘Totally enjoyable, perfect for the beach!… Loved it, made me laugh from start to finish.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars

‘Laugh-out-loud funny… If you are a parent this book will speak to you.’ Goodreads Reviewer

‘Completely fabulous, utterly funny and I think something parents everywhere will really be able to relate to… Utterly hilarious, completely compelling.’ Rachel’s Random Reads, 5 stars


Tourism and Development in the Third World
by John Lea

What is the thruth behind the paradise beaches in travel brocures? What can a developing country do when one exotic holiday seems much like another, when political instability or environmental disaster can deter tourist for years, when the tourism industry slips into foreign control?
Tourism and Development in the Third World assess the diverse social, economic, and environmental factors which impact on the Third World. Illustrating the analysis with cases which range across tourism in game parks, sex tours and the after-efects of political turmoil, the book explores ways of managing tourism as a resource and evaluates its long-term contribution towards national development.


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