Love is dead. JK, but people may be if the estimated over 700,000 pad locks attached to the the bridge at the Pont des Arts in Paris aren’t removed stat, since they are creating a weight that is sending the bridge into eventual collapse.
Lovers attach personalized locks to this bridge in Paris… More »
One encounters a lot of tourists in the sex industry. While many clients are technically tourists–visiting from other cities, states, or countries–I’m talking about working tourists.
Work tourists are young women, usually either college educated or in the process of getting a college education, who hear about how empowering sex work is, and decide… More »
The Danish tourism board has taken a certain non-traditional approach with attracting visitors to their fertile shores. In this video, Karen casually searches for the tourist father of her baby. She doesn’t remember his name, or really need anything from him; she simply wants to be able to identify a father for her… More »
These days, there are robots to do everything. Build cars. Vacuum floors. They’re even taking the place of fashion models on the runway. What’s next? According to one futurologist, robot prostitutes may be appearing on the horizon in the not-too-distant future. Tourism futurologist Dr. Ian Yeoman predicts that robot call girls could play a part… More »
No seriously, the board of tourism SAYS SO. On an ad! South Carolina, in an attempt to encourage more gay tourism to the state, recently revealed their “South Carolina Is So Gay” ad campaign. We don’t know whether this is super awesome or just kind of lazy on the part of the marketing department who… More »