Ladyboy Girlfriend? How to be a Man with a Plan

Ladyboy Girlfriend? How to be a Man with a Plan

When I came to Thailand I thought I was through with relationships and I was happy about that. Having experienced several long-term relationships and three marriages (and divorces) in the UK I planned to relish the freedom that an escape to Thailand offered. However, after settling in Thailand I realised that I really missed having a girlfriend and after one disastrous, chastening and frankly heart-breaking ‘save-a whore’ experience I made a plan. Yes, I actively planned and used a set of criteria to find a real girlfriend and I can tell you how you can do it too. I am not suggesting that you never do anything spontaneous. That would take the fun out of things completely and getting yourself out of ‘scrapes’ with our ladyboy brethren will be terrific learning tools, providing you survive. Free yourself from western guilt but stick to your western principles....
Ladyboy Prostitutes, Thailand’s Elephant in the Room

Ladyboy Prostitutes, Thailand’s Elephant in the Room

So underneath the fantasy lays a resistance to seeing the truth and lots of guys are still resisting the truth even years after first coming to Thailand, but If you want a girlfriend you can understand and trust you need to see it. Left unexamined, prostitution will become the Elephant in the room of many relationships Let me state right upfront that I think prostitution can be corrosive and damages many people given enough immersion. That’s bad for both the prostitute and for anyone who tries to have a relationship with a prostitute. I have never seen or heard of trafficking in Thailand and while lots of prostitutes don’t necessarily choose their profession, many do just that. Prostitution in Thailand cannot be explained away by defining it in purely economic terms casting the hookers as victims and the clients as the perpetrators. Let‘s compare young people in Thailand with those in the West. The wealthy and well educated (one and the same thing in Thailand) live in what’s almost a different country, so lets talk about the working poor of both continents In the west a young woman who does not do well at school can nevertheless find a job, it may not be well paid but she can earn a living and later, if she chooses, she can re-enter education as a mature student and gain a university degree potentially changing her life. In Thailand even completing school is beyond the means of many. Lots of children in rural Thailand, which is the largest part of the country, have little choice but to leave school as young as...