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No wonder Western women see a Third World holiday as the gateway to casual sex - sometimes in exchange for cash.
But as a new film highlights female sex tourism, Liz Hoggard asks who really pays the price An attractive woman sips a cocktail under a bamboo shade. A handsome young man approaches her and showers her with compliments: she is the most beautiful woman he has ever seen, he says.
The boys themselves claimed they found it less degrading because they saw the Japanese women as smaller and more childlike.
Gupta was inspired to write Sugar Mummies after reading the research by UK sociologists, Jacqueline Sanchez Taylor and Julia O'Connell into female sex tourism in the Caribbean.
Fast-forward 30 years, and the reality of sex tourism is anything but tender.
Today beach resorts in developing countries such as Kuta in Bali, Negril in Jamaica and Boca Chica and Sosua in the Dominican Republic have become Third World pick-up spots for women tourists.
Tour companies even market package deals as sex holidays for single and unaccompanied women.
Forget Shirley Valentine, these women - who range from grandmothers to teens - don't want a long-term relationship. Take Jamaica, where 17 per cent of the population lives below the poverty line.
Many others are hired as a guide to the island and throw in sexual services, often just for as meal or a place to sleep.
The women are called milk bottles by the men - partly because of their ultra-white skin, partly because they are seen as vessels waiting to be filled.
Another myth the play explodes is that sex tourism is only perpetrated by white women.
Hustling on the beach is the only way that some young men can feed themselves and their families.
No wonder they choose older women who pay better than younger ones.