Hong Kong is a fantastic international tourist destination, but if your main takeaway is the city is an (ahem) “pussy heaven”, and you go on to write a lengthy (and popular) book about it, expect to be skewered by the locals.
The book Get Laid in Hong Kong: A Travel and Sex Guide for the Western Asian Male was released in the spring and has come under heavy criticism by Hong Kong women’s rights and labor groups.
Luk Jit-ling, head of the New Women’s Association of Hong Kong, says the book advocates discrimination by defining overseas Chinese men as superior, and makes Hong Kong women more at-risk for predatory behavior. Ms Sringatin, chair of the Indonesian foreign workers trade union, says the book’s depiction of domestic helpers is insulting, and said it exploits women.
The book is the target of a Change.org petition that is demanding Amazon remove it from its store, where it rose to #1 in the Asian Travel section. As of writing this post, the book is no longer available for sale.
Get Laid in Hong Kong: A Travel and Sex Guide for the Western Asian Male is written by a overseas Chinese blogger named TheLoneWolfTraveler (link NSFW). The inspiration for the book comes from a “sex crazed vacation with the local Hong Kong girls” that he had three years ago, for which he now wants to impart his wisdom to help overseas Chinese men have a similar experience.
With a blurb saying the book is “Guaranteed to get you laid”, Lone Wolf maintains that Hong Kong women are attracted to ethnic Chinese men that have been raised abroad because they represent “wealth and status” and have “higher status” than local Chinese men.
Contents of the book deal with the author’s experiences of “picking up girls in the club district of Lan Kwai Fong, gaming girls that work the night shifts in 7 -11 mini mart and gaming the domestic helper women during their day off.”
Furthermore, The book describes domestic workers on their day off as being a “pussy buffet” because they have no time to find a man for sex and are “hungry”.the book describes domestic workers on their day off as being a “pussy buffet” because they have no time to find a man for sex and are “hungry”.
The book tells men looking for sex that they should hide their intentions in order to achieve their goals. For example, if they ask you “Why are you in Hong Kong?” think carefully about your answer.
…How to answer in the question in a way that doesn’t make it seem like you are a sex tourist or a pervert just looking for sex. If a woman in Hong Kong finds out you just want to hook up, she won’t go on a date with you.
The guide also offers tips for white men who have come to Hong Kong looking to score with the local ladies, specifically devoting a chapter to this subject.
In his latest blog post last month, TheLoneWolfTraveler notes that his book has hit the Hong Kong mainstream news media, but doesn’t care for the backlash. He writes, “Hong Kong is not too happy about my book but men still need to get laid.”