Paying for sex in Hong Kong like many other cities is exactly that. Paying for sex! Or in other words, paying a hooker, free lance sex worker, prostitutes or what ever term you want to call a person who is in the sex industry (just being a bit polite here). Lets understand something. Prostitution is the oldest profession in the world and the joke is that the indication for the worst period of unemployment is cobwebs around a women’s leg. I know it is cruel… but its just a joke. OK, we should respect women and then so do we respect Prostitutes! For some, prostitution is the need for money. For another group it is a part of a lifestyle! Wow…. who would have considered the scenario that some are working as prostitutes or escorts just because they like it.
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If you landed on this page out of the blues, it means you have not yet seen the first 2 posts on Wan Chai. Yes, there is Wan Chai 1 and Wan Chai 2. This is the third post specific to Wan Chai in 2019. There are lots more to read about Hong Kong and the fun and sex life in Hong Kong. I did say before in the first Hong Kong post that Hong Kong is actually a very fascinating place. The fun side of Hong Kong is run by expats. Wan Chai its self is an interesting place. There are plenty of bars where you can pick up women for fun. Bar 109 where the women don’t take more than a few minutes to kiss you! Guess what! They are not locals. Street Walkers are in plenty. But gone are the days that street walkers used to be low class scantily clad women. You can find some stunners out there.
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As I promised, here’s Wan Chai 2. If you haven’t read the First of Wan Chai posts for 2019 then you should go back and read that. That is where I wrote about the famous Bar 109 and the Sunday afternoon Parties. So let me restart from where I left and talk about what happens in the places I refer to as “Underground and Overhead” venues – the likes of Neptune 3, Hong Kong Café, Makati that have afternoon parties. The story after the afternoon parties and on weeknights is a bit different. Then there are those who spend vacation in Hong Kong and engage in some form of “working” to cover the cost of the vacation and then also the street walkers.
Afternoon parties are mainly to cater for the Domestic Helpers who come in large numbers to spend their Sunday afternoon. As I said before a sizable portion of expat workers are the Domestic Helpers. Apart from that there are also those who have regular jobs such as work in beauty salons, other restaurants, bars who work 5 to 6 days a week and have an evening off on a weekday. Where do they go when they want some fun? The Underground and Overhead venues – the likes of Neptune 3, Hong Kong Café, Makati, Sparks and even Escape. They are all patronised by few groups of people at night. Most venues do not have cover charge or at least I have not come across any who do have cover charge at night other than the eve of a public holiday if at all. However, not sure about Makati. During my visit to Hong Kong once during Chinese New year, on all 4 days I was there, I never went to Makati because of cover charge. However, I have been to all venues that I talk about at some time.
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