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Can you get sex from a Mexican hotel maid in the US?

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Postby Yohan » Wed Jun 04, 2014 1:12 am

Typical Western society.

It's a sad situation when you have to think as a man about carrying a voice recorder with you any time when you are talking to a woman. Luckily, here in Asia I never have a feeling like that.

It's also a difference if you are in USA/UK or for example in Sweden. While all these Western countries are totally into feminism and consider always the man to be guilty under any circumstances, the legal procedure is very different. For the same 'crime' you might be sentenced to jail for years in USA while getting away in Sweden with only a small fine and a warning, especially as a first offender and in case you are a minor.

Limitation of time also plays a major role in Continental Europe, she cannot show up and accuse men for any sex-crime many years later because she suddenly feels to be raped while drunk 20 years ago etc.

In USA to approach a hotel maid during her working time within the hotel is totally out of question, I remember a French politician who tried this with a French speaking African room-cleaner...
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Postby publicduende » Wed Jun 04, 2014 6:16 am

Yohan wrote:Typical Western society.

It's a sad situation when you have to think as a man about carrying a voice recorder with you any time when you are talking to a woman. Luckily, here in Asia I never have a feeling like that.


Well, no shit. In my keyring I have something like this:

http://www.amazon.com/Remote-Camera-Motion-Detection-Vision/dp/B00GQPE8WE/ref=pd_sim_sbs_p_2?ie=UTF8&refRID=1YHPR2Y8948VW1SNDZM2

which makes people who knows I don't have a car giggle, but might well save my life one day.

Yohan wrote:It's also a difference if you are in USA/UK or for example in Sweden. While all these Western countries are totally into feminism and consider always the man to be guilty under any circumstances, the legal procedure is very different. For the same 'crime' you might be sentenced to jail for years in USA while getting away in Sweden with only a small fine and a warning, especially as a first offender and in case you are a minor.


It's the same in the UK, except that people and even institutions like the NHS (national healthcare) are quickly waking up to the fact that women can be just as abusive as men, if not more due to their hormone-driven behaviour. It won't be very long the law system will lose its traditional pro-female bias. A sign that, in a relatively healthy society, we don't need douchebags like Roosh and the "manosphere" to tell us how to handle shitty women who abuse and pretend.

From: http://www.theguardian.com/society/2010/sep/05/men-victims-domestic-violence

About two in five of all victims of domestic violence are men, contradicting the widespread impression that it is almost always women who are left battered and bruised, a new report claims.

Men assaulted by their partners are often ignored by police, see their attacker go free and have far fewer refuges to flee to than women, says a study by the men's rights campaign group Parity.

The charity's analysis of statistics on domestic violence shows the number of men attacked by wives or girlfriends is much higher than thought. Its report, Domestic Violence: The Male Perspective, states: "Domestic violence is often seen as a female victim/male perpetrator problem, but the evidence demonstrates that this is a false picture."

Data from Home Office statistical bulletins and the British Crime Survey show that men made up about 40% of domestic violence victims each year between 2004-05 and 2008-09, the last year for which figures are available. In 2006-07 men made up 43.4% of all those who had suffered partner abuse in the previous year, which rose to 45.5% in 2007-08 but fell to 37.7% in 2008-09.

Similar or slightly larger numbers of men were subjected to severe force in an incident with their partner, according to the same documents. The figure stood at 48.6% in 2006-07, 48.3% the next year and 37.5% in 2008-09, Home Office statistics show.

The 2008-09 bulletin states: "More than one in four women (28%) and around one in six men (16%) had experienced domestic abuse since the age of 16. These figures are equivalent to an estimated 4.5 million female victims of domestic abuse and 2.6 million male victims."

In addition, "6% of women and 4% of men reported having experienced domestic abuse in the past year, equivalent to an estimated one million female victims of domestic abuse and 600,000 male victims".

Campaigners claim that men are often treated as "second-class victims" and that many police forces and councils do not take them seriously. "Male victims are almost invisible to the authorities such as the police, who rarely can be prevailed upon to take the man's side," said John Mays of Parity. "Their plight is largely overlooked by the media, in official reports and in government policy, for example in the provision of refuge places – 7,500 for females in England and Wales but only 60 for men."

The official figures underestimate the true number of male victims, Mays said. "Culturally it's difficult for men to bring these incidents to the attention of the authorities. Men are reluctant to say that they've been abused by women, because it's seen as unmanly and weak."

The number of women prosecuted for domestic violence rose from 1,575 in 2004-05 to 4,266 in 2008-09. "Both men and women can be victims and we know that men feel under immense pressure to keep up the pretence that everything is OK," said Alex Neil, the housing and communities minister in the Scottish parliament. "Domestic abuse against a man is just as abhorrent as when a woman is the victim."


http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/abuse/Pages/domestic-violence-against-men.aspx
http://www.esteemmen.co.uk/
http://www.mankind.org.uk/
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Re: Can you get sex from a Mexican hotel maid in the US?

Postby Zchen211 » Tue Aug 25, 2015 6:32 pm

yes it's possible , i suggest you film the entire thing though. i believe there are some guys who made a lot of money in the porn business because they did this so much. probably watch there video to see the process. it makes sense , just video tape the thing so youre protected. my dirty maid . org
basicly just do what these guys do, don't be rude though
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Re: Can you get sex from a Mexican hotel maid in the US?

Postby travelsouth » Tue Aug 25, 2015 7:32 pm

Forget the whole maid thing. If you are worried about covering your back just record the convo on your cell phone. I would advise not having sex with women you just met, but there is some p4p out there for you that if needed. San Jose or Pattaya depending on what you are looking for. These women do it for a living full or part time and aren't going to cause big problems for you.
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