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Barbados Pimp pushes “sustainable”
development of sex tourism. All he needs is to recruit your children…
“It is time to stop burying heads in the
sand and allowing hypocrisy and political expedience to take precedence
over common sense, prudence and good judgment.
Firstly all stake holders must accept the Sex Tourism is a
reality and stop pretending it does not exist. Then they must implement
policy and strategy to deal with the issues head on.
Specialized training needs to be introduced to related officials,
directors and managers in order to level the playing field and to
be effective in minimizing the negative impact of Sex Tourism.
Conversely, it is important to note that the decision makers
in the Sex Trade are working 24 / 7 and are constantly improving
their recruitment, marketing, training and management strategies.”
… Charles Lewis writing The impact of the Global Sex Trade
on the sustainable development of tourism at Sexxx Sells blog
Charles Lewis says that sex tourism is here, so
why not embrace it?
Self-professed “Sex Industry Expert / Consultant
/ Lecturer” Charles Lewis is on a mission from… God
– er, maybe not from God – to legitimize the Sex industry.
Lewis doesn’t expect that Barbados is ready to legalize it
yet, but according to him that shouldn’t deter us from structuring
everything to best profit from the activities anyway.
There’s lots of foreign exchange to be made
selling our daughters and our sons, so why not have our Tourism,
Health, Police and Immigration officials “implement realistic
strategies” to minimize the negative impact of Sex Tourism
while reaping the money?
And Mr. Lewis knows just who the authorities can
call to get advice on these “realistic strategies”:
Mr. Lewis himself, of course.
Mr. Lewis says “Sexxx Sells”, but being
an expert in the sex industry he should also know that younger girls
sell better than older girls. By the time the normal prostitute
hits 23 years or so, she’s getting too old and used to compete
against the fresh 18 year olds and younger girls. The clients want
younger girls and the industry strives to keep the customers happy!
That’s was “recruitment” is all about.
Mr. Lewis tends to not mention such inconvenient
Mr. Lewis also doesn’t mention the truth about
human trafficking, sex slavery and the fact that legitimization
of prostitution assists in the “recruitment process”
– a euphemism he finds useful to describe some of what pimps
His arguments that the sex industry uses and supports
the existing service infrastructure in the the tourism economy could
easily be said about drug trafficking and drug buyers and sellers.
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Mr. Lewis the founder of a NGO, Sex Trade Impact
(STI) hosted its first in a series of regional Tourism Conferences
in Barbados the 24th October 2008 at the Hilton Hotel he said
“As the main industry in most of the Caribbean
markets, tourism officials, owners, directors and managers have
a responsibility to educate themselves on global trends in any industry
which can have a positive or negative impact on their establishments.”
“In spite of the perceived immorality,
illegality and its sensitive nature, the Sex Industry should not
be an exception. Due to its phenomenal growth, size and revenues,
decision makers in tourism can no longer trivialize the impact of
the Sex Trade.“