I didn't notice the bj comment until after my first post in this thread. If I had I would not have bothered posting.ppfftttttt! Take pics of them, post them, then have the nerve to comment about the "bj's" behind the trailer "business".... What disrespect. Who was the "client"???? A guy! What's with the double standard!?
So???? Your point is???? What do you take me for??? I've been to Thailand many times and have spent a considerable amount of time there. IMO you exploited those girls by taking pics then posting an insulting comment about them. In my books that makes you a hypocrite and a pig!We live in Thailand.
'Double standards' is actually part of the Thai name for the country.
These 'coyote girls (dancers/models/fluffers)' all exchange services for baht after a show, it's just how Thailand is. Put 'coyote girls Thailand' in to youtube for some nice eye candy and dance moves.
Thanks for the support Michael. As I have previously posted i've been to Thailand and certainly witnessed the openess of the "dancers etc". However, it doesn't excuse or make it right to exploit women or men for that matter, erroneously thinking that all are making a consious choice to earn a few baht by exchanging "favours", and then make demeaning comments about them. Disgusting.I didn't notice the bj comment until after my first post in this thread. If I had I would not have bothered posting.
This Redline character doesn't reveal much about himself, but his postings here and elsewhere reveal him as a lowlife squid, who lives in a "hoi" out there in "Narkon Kee Mao". If you speak Thai you will know what these words mean. If you don't, lets just say its fairly sleazy.
The twat (UK slang) shows no class.
Again, this 'exploitation', I'm quite afraid you're talking nonsense. Typical conditioned Western nonsense at that. But fret not, it is unfortunately expected from many Westerners that have been conditioned to see the entire world from their perspective only.I noticed the water marks, but you posted them. Exploitation is not a cultural thing,
Incorrect.Those girls cld be young teenagers
I'm afraid you're speaking as an armchair xSpurt having visited a country on a few week long holidays. Typical Western arrogance and ignorance I'm afraid.If you think that most of these women choose to give guys bj's as a way to make a living then your sadly and pathetically mistaken.
Believe me, these 'service providers' do so completely out of their own choosing. Most are using us, that 800b could buy a set of fake Koso mirrors! But we end up with the big silly stock ones while they've enough for a nice manicure and cover for their iPhone.I'm not typically western in my thinking. Moral and just, yes! Also, I have spent a considerable time in Thailand and love the country and people. However, I will never condone any industry that uses people which causes them harm...
Actually many do enjoy the lifestyle it provides. Not all are forced into such positions *ahem* through whatever the Western media tells you.However, I can see it makes more sense for you to say it is my western thinking that is at question rather than admit that these "service personnel" are NOT having a barrel of laughs "servicing" patrons at the bike show or "discos"
Actually many do. They are from rural, backward villages that haven't developed in hundreds of years. They see a village girl returning in sharp Western clothes, an iPhone, an iPad, make-up, high-heel shoes and fake gucci bag, perfumed like they've stepped out of a Hollywood movie set. On top of this they give their parents enough cash for a downpayment on a new car, perhaps can even buy them a big new house (the biggest one in the village!) hand out cash to all the kids and that is exactly what the village girls choose to emulate.Just what evey young girl wants to grow up and become...
Oh baby, now we're talking!And yes....I AM a BABE!!! And a dam good looking one too
You guys can argue back and forth about exploitation and westernism all you want. I'm going to chime in here and say that if I wanted to see pictures and videos of barely dressed women "dancing", I would find an appropriate website for it...this isn't it.
Oh and BTW Redline: a guy who has to pay for a BJ (or even thinks that that's a good idea) should feel way more degraded than the woman; that is if you even care if it's a woman.[/QUOT
Dittoo! And coming from a real man! Thank you on behalf of all women.