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The Sex Tourism Handbook: Bed-Hopping in Bangkok, Rio, Prague, and Around the World Paperback – 29 Jul 2014
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"Joe Diamond is the Gulliver of sex travels." --Larry Flynt "I've never been to Rio, but if I went I wouldn't be caught dead going there without Joe's book." --Ron Jeremy "A male travelogue of sorts ... takes readers to brothels and other sex destinations around the globe, including Brazil, Thailand, the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, and the Czech Republic." --Publisher's Weekly "Full of adventures as a sex tourist ... anecdotes, tips, and no small share of hearbreak." --Fleshbot.com
About the Author
Joe Diamond is currently a writer for Playboy TV's travel series 69 Sexy Things 2 Do Before You Die. Since 2003, Diamond has been a steady contributor to men's magazines, including Maxim, Hustler, Club, Fox, and Oui, for which he wrote a monthly column, Adventures of an Average Joe. He has also written for the New York Daily News, TV Guide, the New York Post, and Newsday.
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He writes with a certain amount of self-deprecation and humour which really helps the book along. He takes the occasional moment in between describing threesomes with Brazilian hotties to wonder what the point of this lifestyle really is but as he points out you could ask that about anything. The guy who is happily married with kids in the suburbs is ultimately living just as pointless a life as the sex tourist if you look at the big picture.
I would recommend this book to anyone considering sex travel and anyone who is just curious about it.
Foremost, Joe Diamond is a good writer. His subject matter, while taboo to many, is approached in a very professional manner with just a hint of deviance. But HE should have written more of the book himself.
A large majority of the book is either him quoting himself: re-printing material previously written in a magazine or website; or quoting people on message boards! Message boards!! I bought the book thinking that it would be a book written by the author on HIS sexual escapades abroad. But several whole chapters tell of places he has never even been.
The book is kinda neat, but if you don't have a friend from whom you can borrow the book, save your money and do what Joe did...scour the sex tourism websites for juicy stories. And if you're reading Joe...you can do better! You're a good writer. Don't be such a hack. Wait until YOU have material to write a book...don't rely on blind message boards for your filler.