Premium Ladyboy Services | Ladyboy Tour & Meetups

Premium Ladyboy Services | Ladyboy Tour & Meetups

The Ladyboy Tour   Imagine spending time with the “King of the Ladyboy World!” Tour the bars, travel to unknown hot spots with David Bonnie as your wingman!       Experience the heady whiff of Bangkok’s perfumed shrines to Buddha and Ganesh   Meet Ladyboys from the most famous and the least known hotspots   Imbibe the atmosphere and soak up some wisdom Most of all, anticipate FUN!                                                           Help the Real Ladyboy Show to grow by donating 6000THB Payments can be made in advance by paypal.me/davidt1957 or in cash when we...
Premium Ladyboy Services | Personal Introductions

Premium Ladyboy Services | Personal Introductions

Over a number of years I feel that I have accrued a degree of wisdom in understanding the dynamics of ladyboys and their attraction. I can’t deny that a lot of that wisdom was gained after making mistakes in my dealings with ladyboys and collisions with Thai culture. All expats with any sensitivity go through various stages of acceptance, tolerance, love or dismissal of their adopted cultural experience. In other words, my attitudes and ideas are a constantly moving feast, changing or becoming fixtures as new experiences of sometimes similar phenomenon happen. Rest is rust. My aim has always been to impart knowledge and promote understanding of the thoroughly intriguing and endearing individuals who refer to themselves as ladyboys. *Ladyboy Personal Introduction service I have observed certain ladyboys whom I know to be beautiful, generous, graceful and loving individuals living alone despite their desire to find a serious and lasting relationship with a western man. Sometimes this is due to a Thai trait such as not recognising their own culpability in a cross cultural miscommunication in perhaps the early stages of a relationship but often it is due to the seed of fantastic expectations sown in their brains by foreign men who do not understand the significance of what they say or do, not realising that merely thinking aloud can be interpreted as wholly conceived plans in the ear of a hopeful ladyboy. I feel able to help ladyboys and western men to find each other, see each other realistically, accept each other, faults and all and bond in a loving and respectful relationship. Annie and I found each...
Unbreakable Bangkok | How does Thailand life compare with living in the West?

Unbreakable Bangkok | How does Thailand life compare with living in the West?

The phrase “beyond the pale”, according to the Urban Dictionary, dates back to the 14th century, when the part of Ireland that was under English rule was delineated by a boundary made of such stakes or fences, and known as the English Pale. To travel outside of that boundary, beyond the pale, was to leave behind all the rules and institutions of English society, which the English modestly considered synonymous with civilization itself. It’s commonly held meaning is behaviour or a lifestyle that is unacceptable; outside agreed standards of decency. It’s a term often used about those who choose to live in the Orient in certain circles. The price we pay for a life of our own choosing may be criticism and one may often find oneself defending the choice to live in Thailand by citing the food, accommodation, cheap hotels and friendly people and if one is bold enough, the beautiful women as our reason, but is it true; are we truly living a dream worth defending? Sitting in the Dusit Thani hotel, Hua Hin, Thailand seems like the perfect place to reflect on some observations that Annie and I made about life in Thailand while on our travels in Great Britain last month. Ironic isn’t it? Perhaps one needs to be away from one’s home culture in order to observe it dispassionately and one needs another culture to compare alongside it. I imagine there are still people who would consider my relationship with a Thai ladyboy or simply the fact that I live in Thailand to be ‘beyond the pale’. I had very little idea how people...
Is it possible to have a relationship with a Thai ladyboy?

Is it possible to have a relationship with a Thai ladyboy?

About Us-A Trans-gender, Trans-cultural Relationship Facebook can be a curse or a wonderful aid to communication. Here in Bangkok it’s a terrific ladyboy dating tool and in the summer of 2011 Annie and I met for the first time. I had been living in Bangkok for a little more than a year when I met Annie and in that time I had spent time with lots of ladyboys, found out the hard way never to date prostitutes and quite literally, written a book about my experiences, called Bangkok Baby.Buy it here. This story is mine and Annie’s. We are very different but just as you and your girlfriend are different, you and I, we are the same in many ways. I came to Bangkok and was done with all love, that unreliable motive for living. I buried it, or more accurately slaughtered it and dumped the body, car and murder weapon, in a pool. Then I flew away. After screwing anyone I met, paying many of them for a few months to keep my distance I noticed bubbles rising from the dead-pool. Loneliness, or something like it popped on the surface. Loneliness is not an attractive state and so it rarely gets a mention in thrillers about private detectives traversing dark cities as it repels more than attracts the subject of its craving, like leprosy or a runny nose. But, a little lost, I listened to it’s baby voice, found a girl or something like it and guiltily ripped out most of the pages of the book called, Never Love A Whore. It’s recommended reading but I recommend that...
Thailand, the Comfort of Strangers and Friends

Thailand, the Comfort of Strangers and Friends

Yesterday morning at approximately 08.37 as I was sliding face down on the wet and treacherously smooth surface of Phya Thai road, I was thinking, ‘I’m alive’. That makes me an optimist. Approaching the traffic lights, sets of which there are many in Bangkok, I changed down through the gears and stepped gently on the back brake of my new Triumph Speed Triple and began to slow to about 40 kph. About 40 yards out the rear tire let go (of it’s grip on the road) and consequently the rear end of the bike began to slide in a sideways motion. In the moments before parting company with the bike I tried to keep upright but as the tire re-engaged with a dry patch of infamously perilous Thai road surface I was high-sided. As motorcycle falls go, a low-side is usually less damaging as the rider slides off the bike as it slides onto it’s side. A high-sider flips the rider over the front end of the bike. Standing up, I knew immediately that I had dislocated my right shoulder; I did not want to touch it because I knew what I would feel; the empty cup of the scapula and the missing humerus! It’s funny how after so many accidents and sports injuries over the years one has an instinct for such things! I have offered a lot of criticism in the past of Bangkok taxi drivers and Motorcycle taxi drivers but it was two of the very same, one each, who came to my aid in my time of trouble. Between them they picked up the bike...