Sex tourism, for this discussion, is travel that includes engaging in sexual activities which might be illegal or less available in other areas.
Sometimes the term sex tourism specifically refers to travel for the purpose of sex with children. We very strongly prefer not to include any information on that. Many Western countries have laws which allow prosecution of their citizens for this, even if the act takes place in another country.
Other aspects of sex tourism would include:
For these activities, we do choose to provide general information. For example:
However, going into detail is not required. For example, the following would be inappropriate:
So, for example, in describing Lotus Road in Zhuhai, one might say that there are hordes of streetwalkers, mostly 18 to 25 and mostly attractive, and the going rate is 200 RMB ($25 US) plus the hotel cost for a brief encounter. More detail would be inappropriate.
Note that this policy applies whether or not the sexual activity in question is legal in the destination.
See also: illegal activities policy