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    Men Say They're Going To Mexico To Escape #MeToo

    “They say they’re more free here (in Mexico) than over there. They say that just by looking at a woman (in the USA), you can get sued . . .

    TIJUANA, Mexico — Hookerfucker1, as he’s known on Reddit, is like a lot of the men who come from the US to Tijuana looking for sex. Single and in his early thirties, he first went to the city’s red-light district four years ago because, he said, “I wasn’t getting laid in the US.”

    On Reddit, Hookerfucker1 has become something of an evangelist for Tijuana’s sex industry, dispensing tips to newbies and veterans on everything from where to park on the US side of the border to negotiating at the bars and strip clubs on Calle Coahuila, the sex workers’ main drag. There are reasons men prefer sex workers in Tijuana to those in the US, said Hookerfucker1, a tech worker from San Diego who provided BuzzFeed News with a picture of a VIP membership card from the Hong Kong Gentlemen's Club, one of Tijuana’s most famous brothels. Because sex work is legal in Mexico, it’s simple to set up a meeting. “You can go to a strip club, call an escort agency, or hit up a massage parlor. It's an easy, prepackaged sex destination,” he said. The women “are the type you can invite to a nightclub or restaurant and no one would suspect she’s a hooker.”

    And lately, Hookerfucker1 said something else has factored into Mexico’s appeal: the #MeToo movement, which has empowered many women in the US to speak up about abuse and misconduct. “It's not safe to hit on women in the US anymore,” Hookerfucker1 wrote, but in Tijuana’s Zona Norte, it’s definitely different. “Slapping a strippers ass is not only ok, but encouraged! In the US you'd get kicked out of the club, prosecuted for harassment, fired from your job, and probably listed as a sex offender.”

    “We are frustrated with the system that paints everything a man does as harassment.”

    “It's just too risky to deal with American women in a system that's increasingly becoming hostile towards men who only want intimacy with a woman,” Hookerfucker1 said. “I keep going back because TJ is a literal fantasy land for males. Where else can you pick and choose from 100s of beautiful girls to have sex with?”

    Full article: https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article...co-sex-workers

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    Re: Men Say They're Going To Mexico To Escape #MeToo

    I can testify that things are WAY DIFFERENT in May'he'co! Almost nothing's illegal!
    It's 1939 allover again, and we're the ones being assigned gold stars!

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    Re: Men Say They're Going To Mexico To Escape #MeToo

    The first rule about Fuck Club is you don't talk about Fuck Club.


    The second rule about Fuck Club is you don't talk about Fuck Club...to the media.
    An escort is a woman you occasionally financially support only when she has sex with you.

    A date is a woman you occasionally financially support in the hope she will have sex with you.

    A wife is a woman you constantly financially support even when she is not having sex with you.

    An ex-wife is a woman you constantly financially support with alimony so she can have sex......with someone else.

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    Re: Men Say They're Going To Mexico To Escape #MeToo

    Too much logic on his explanation to be received from mainstream media.

    Also bad idea to talk about it to leftist media especially if a democrat will win the election and has political power to go sjw over mexican authorities.

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    Re: Men Say They're Going To Mexico To Escape #MeToo

    So, true, Jackal. Under Dem administrations, lots of taxpayer money and effort were sprinkled around foreign NGOs and governments to crack down on "human trafficking."

    "Human trafficking" became the re-branding of plain old "prostitution" because in many countries, the world's oldest profession is legal, customary, and accepted, and in the West many feminists and libertarians feel it should be legalized.

    However, this Orwellian coining of a phrase has precedents. In the early 20th century, there was a moral panic that "pure," "virginly" white women were being 'lured' into a 'life of sin' by pimps, usually caricatured as black men. So, the term "white slavery" was coined, and a public that was lukewarm on the idea of black slavery just two generations earlier, was whipped up into a frenzy and demanded the passage of the Mann Act. The federal government had no legislative jurisdiction over prostitution - heck it was still legal/customary/accepted in the western states and territories - but the Mann Act, by regulating interstate commerce, made it illegal to transport women across state lines for "immoral purposes."

    This moral panic was behind the new anti-drug laws. Once again, the federal government did not have jurisdiction but stretching and twisting of concepts of customs restrictions, taxation, and interstate commerce were introduced, while concepts of 'consumer protection' embodied in the newly created Food and Drug Administration made formerly legal patent medicines with cocaine and other powerful drugs illegal overnight.

    Again, the moral panic was based on racist fears that white women would be lured into having sex with Chinese men in opium dens (which were legal at the time), blacks would become sexual tyrannosaurus after using cocaine, and Mexicans would become....uh, more Mexican?...after smoking marijuana. Police departments were marketed more powerful ammunition every few years because of the supposed super powers non-white suspects would get under the influence of these drugs.

    In Latin America, the term "trata de blancas" (traffic in whites - feminine form noun) is still used, but in the West, "white slavery" still reeks of its racist origins. The left, the cultural Marxists, and the feminists don't have a problem with flooding the West with illegal immigrants and changing the demographics (and voting bases) of these countries, so "human smuggling" did not serve their purpose. So the term "human trafficking" was a label to slap onto old fashioned prostitution, and if they could confuse the uninformed into thinking that it was related to child abuse, so much the better.

    So, little is done to stop Maria from being "smuggled," and we better not build a wall to do that. After all, she is going to make an excellent cut rate (meaning no paying that nasty minimum wage or those pesky social security taxes) nanny, cook, babysitter, cleaning lady for some lefty single mom, dual last name, college professor of Gender Studies.

    But if Maria gets tired of cleaning that professor's nasty toilet every day and realizes she can get her own apartment and make ten times as much money just dancing 3 nights a week at a gentlemen's club.... Well Professor Limburg-Cheesesnatch is going to fire up the virtue signal and mobilize the authorities and lefty social media with the rallying cry of "human trafficking!"

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    The White-Slave Traffic Act, also called the Mann Act, is a United States federal law, passed June 25, 1910. It is named after Congressman James Robert Mann of Illinois. In its original form the act made it a felony to engage in interstate or foreign commerce transport of "any woman or girl for the purpose of prostitution or debauchery, or for any other immoral purpose"
    He was known as the Galveston Giant—a boxer who fought his way toward the first world heavyweight title held by an African-American. But in 1912, Jack Johnson became something else: a wanted man. Accused of violating the Mann Act, which forbade transporting a woman across state lines for “immoral purposes,” Mann’s relationships with white women got him in trouble with the law.

    Now, 72 years after his death, President Trump has pardoned Johnson. The pardon took place during an Oval Office ceremony during which Trump referred to Johnson as enduring “what many view as a racially-motivated injustice.” President Obama’s administration had considered pardoning Johnson, too, but declined to do so due to allegations he physically abused women.

    Johnson wasn’t the only person affected by theMann Act. Also known as the White-Slave Traffic Act of 1910, the law was invoked over and over again to punish black men for their relationships with white women—affairs that challenged the racial status quo. Rooted in fears of women’s growing mobility and racist characterizations of the sexual appetites of non-white men, the law was designed to protect women against the supposed scourge of “white slavery,” a term used to refer to sex trafficking in the early 20th century.

    Though it’s been significantly amended since 1910, the law, which was also used against figures like Chuck Berry, is still on the books.





    As women gained more autonomy at the end of the 19th century, the concept of “white slavery” sparked a public panic. Reformers worried that women who appeared in public without men were being forced into prostitution by gangs who trafficked in young girls. This supposed sex trade was characterized as a “curse to humanity” in books like Fighting the Traffic in Young Girls: Or, War on the White Slave Trade. The popular tract warned parents about the supposed dangers of living or working in cities, taking public transportation alone, visiting ice cream parlors or restaurants, and congregating in dance halls, which one essayist called “truly the ante-room to hell itself.”


    Johnson, then one of the most famous black men in the United States, was one of the law’s first victims.

    President Donald Trump holds a signing Executive Grant of Clemency for boxer Jack Johnson in the Oval Office of the White House on May 24, 2018. (Credit: Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images)

    When he beat a white boxer, undefeated heavyweight champion James J. Jeffries, in a highly publicized bout in 1910, it triggered race riots. It also made law enforcement take a closer look at Johnson, who was known for his flamboyant behavior and lavish spending. This behavior had long rankled those who thought an African-American man should know his “place” and stay in it—and Johnson’s open relationships with white women were considered a slap in the face to racial norms.

    Then, in 1912, prosecutors got their chance to enforce the Mann Act when Lucille Cameron’s mother accused Johnson of kidnapping her daughter and transporting her across state lines. Though Johnson was in a consensual relationship with Cameron and would soon marry her, prosecutors used the accusation as a pretext. As Chicago police arrested him for kidnapping, federal prosecutors assembled a grand jury to investigate his relationships with white women.There was just one problem—Cameron, who was in love with Johnson, refused to say anything that incriminated him. Then, prosecutors found out Cameron had been a prostitute, which undermined her credibility as a witness. They dropped the case temporarily, but not before the public caught wind of it.
    As historian Al-Tony Gilmorewrites, the public felt that “the champion was such a bad character that it was their obligation to destroy him by any means available.” Prosecutors soon hit on another excuse to enforce the act: Johnson’s past relationship with Belle Schreiber, a white prostitute who agreed to testify against him. Schreiber’stestimony, along with Johnson’s recent marriage to Cameron, convinced the jury that he’d run afoul of the Mann Act and taken her across state lines for “immoral purposes.” An all-white jury convicted him and he was sentenced to a year and a day in prison.
    Defiant, Johnson refused to serve his sentence. He went to Canada with Cameron, then fled to Europe and lived abroad for seven years. Gilmore notes that, as a result of the case’s notoriety, lawmakers introduced bills to ban marriage between black and white people in multiple states. Though none passed, the attempts illustrate how preoccupied the nation was with Johnson’s interracial relationship and his supposed “crime.”
    Johnson spent some of his time in exile defending his heavyweight title, but was defeated by white boxer Jess Willard in a bout in Cuba in 1915. Eventually, Johnson did return to the United States, and he was forced to serve his sentence in 1920. After his release from prison, he tried to revitalize his career, but struggled to remain relevant.





    Jack Johnson with his second wife Lucille Cameron, 1920. (Credit: Afro American Newspapers/Gado/Getty Images)

    Meanwhile, the Mann Act remained in effect. During the first half of the 20th century, the law was primarily used to prosecute men crossing state borders with underage women or during premarital or extramarital affairs. In 1944, for example, Charlie Chaplin was prosecuted—and eventually acquitted—for buying train fare for his girlfriend, Joan Berry, with the intent of transporting her across state lines within the context of a consensual relationship in 1941.

    The law also remained a potent tool against black men whose relationships with white women infuriated white supremacists. In 1959, Chuck Berry was prosecuted under the Mann Act for employing—and allegedly instigating a sexual relationship with—a 14-year-old white girl, Janice Escalanti. A Mann Act accusation and three trials followed.
    “He said he felt hounded by the police for his association with white women,” wrote Bernard Weinraub in the New York Times. “In the trials, which took place before white male juries, the prosecution depicted Mr. Berry as a sexual predator, and the outcomes seem, to some degree, racially motivated.”

    However, the outcome of the trials also was predicated on Berry’s alleged involvement with a teenage girl—a relationship that haunted his later years. For years, Berrydenied that he went to prison at all, but his fans and biographers couldn’t forget the allegation or the conviction.
    These days, the Mann Act is still in force, though it’s been stripped of gender-specific language and updated to clarify that it’s only applicable to sexual activity that’s considered criminal. That put a stop to its use to punish extramarital affairs, “immoral” conduct like premarital sex, and interracial relationships. But though its meaning has changed, the legacy of the Mann Act persists.
    Today, Johnson wouldn’t be prosecuted or convicted under the law for daring to have an open relationship with a white woman. But though he’s been pardoned, the effect of the trial and conviction on his life, career and legacy can’t be undone. Whether the law was applied fairly or not, prosecutors succeeded in punishing a prominent African-American man for his love life.

    An escort is a woman you occasionally financially support only when she has sex with you.

    A date is a woman you occasionally financially support in the hope she will have sex with you.

    A wife is a woman you constantly financially support even when she is not having sex with you.

    An ex-wife is a woman you constantly financially support with alimony so she can have sex......with someone else.

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    Re: Men Say They're Going To Mexico To Escape #MeToo

    Cross a border to escape from SJWs? I do not think it is smart to even try. All it takes is one smart pimp/prostitute figuring out that they can blackmail a foreign national into paying them to not present the authorities with the video/audio evidence. Anyone want to bet on the condition of Mexican prisons?
    No.

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    Re: Men Say They're Going To Mexico To Escape #MeToo

    Quote Originally Posted by Boar View Post
    Cross a border to escape from SJWs? I do not think it is smart to even try. All it takes is one smart pimp/prostitute figuring out that they can blackmail a foreign national into paying them to not present the authorities with the video/audio evidence. Anyone want to bet on the condition of Mexican prisons?
    The only condition with Mexican prisons is that you stay there for a long long time until your family raises enough money to bribe your way out. In America poor people go on welfare, in Mexico poor people get stuck in prison.
    It's 1939 allover again, and we're the ones being assigned gold stars!

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    Re: Men Say They're Going To Mexico To Escape #MeToo

    Quote Originally Posted by Boar View Post
    Cross a border to escape from SJWs? I do not think it is smart to even try. All it takes is one smart pimp/prostitute figuring out that they can blackmail a foreign national into paying them to not present the authorities with the video/audio evidence. Anyone want to bet on the condition of Mexican prisons?
    You are overstating the danger. I am reminded of people who are too afraid to go to Colombia because they immediately think of this scene from a movie that was based on a 30 year old novel.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2w9XDc7Ago

    There are many reasons why your scenario does not take place.

    1- Nobody cares what gringos do, and have been doing, down there for the last 100 years....

    Whether it was booze during Prohibition, or bullfights, or weed in the 1960s, or chicas, or cut-rate pharmaceuticals for pensioners on fixed incomes, or whatever else they could not get up north, towns like Juarez and Tijuana has offered whatever gringos wanted and welcomed them


    2- ...as long as they spend money.

    Come down, spend your money, don't do anything stupid, don't be too stupid for the local cops to protect you, put up with the occasional cop that will want a little hand out, and be respectful and you will be fine. The only crime is to come down without a little money.

    3- Hurting gringos (who don't deserve it) is bad for business.

    Anything that scares gringos and gringas away is bad for business. Thousands of jobs depend upon the entertainment district being a 'holodeck' safe simulcrum of the real Mexico, the way that the Disney-fied Time Square of New York has nothing to do with what it was during the era of the movie "Taxi Driver." Organized crime gets it cut, the small time corrupt cops get their cut, and nobody wants it to end. There is a square kilometer area that is the safest place to be in these cities. Nobody wants to kill the goose that lays the golden eggs. Anyone that is bad for business is taken care of.
    Students from colleges as far north as University of California will come down for the weekend. The ones from San Diego are there every weekend. Most of them are female students. They can be under 21 and buy a drink in a bar. Then there are the Navy and US Marine Corps bases in the area. Then there are all the people who come to San Diego for business or conventions. Imagine all the nerds like the guys from "Big Bang Theory" who come down for the annual comic book convention (ComicCon). I would estimate that 5% of the attendees wind up in Tijuana and lose their virginity.

    Anything scary happens to little Kamala Coed or newly minted Private Jarhead and schools/parents/the military put the place "off limits." That doesn't mean you disrespect their cops. Do that, and you WILL get an ass whipping and a spend a night or two in the local police station holding cell.

    There are rules:
    - Gringo, don't be stupid (and leave yourself vulnerable to petty theft).
    - Do....not....bring....guns...to Mexico...particularly in calibers "reserved" for the police/military. (i.e. 9mm, .45, 5.56, 7.62, etc.)
    - Have fun, but unless you are travelling in a pack, keep your guard up. You can be stinking drunk in the hotel or the bar, but not in the street.
    - Know what to pay and what not to pay, so do your homework or go with an experienced wingman the first couple of times.
    - If a corrupt cop wants to charge you the "gringo tax," and pay a bribe of $10 or $20, pay it.
    - Be respectful, especially to women and police officers.
    - Learn 100 words of Spanish. Remember, the embassy is far away.
    - Leave your expensive bling at home. Don't bring anything you can't afford to lose. Bring you I-phone....you lose it, you can always have the replacement backed up. Better yet, bring a older, burner phone.
    - Do...not...bring...guns...to Mexico.
    - Nothing you bring down is worth you life. You get accosted by someone with a gun or knife, don't try to live out your action hero fantasies.

    Now, let's analyze your far fetched scenario:

    "All it takes is one smart pimp/prostitute"
    (The smart prostitute engages in the most profitable scam of all. The 'love' scam, the 'one-itis' scam. It is not hard for them to convince simps to fall in love with them and get them to become "a regular," and from there to become their short or long distance ATM.)

    "figuring out that they can blackmail a foreign national"
    (Which foreign national? Can they track you down? Did you leave behind a dossier with your personal information? Thousands cross over every day. Few of them have any real money to blackmail them for. And if word of it got around that someone was doing it, it would be 'bad for business,' and they would be dealt with.

    ...into paying them to not present the authorities with the video/audio evidence.

    Did you get into the first cab on the other side of the border crossing and asked the driver if he could take you to a bar where you can molest children, cast the filming of a "snuff" film, see a live kitty juggling show, buy 50 keys of coke, or meet with some Arab terrorists to sell them nuclear isotopes? Because anything less will only get a yawn from "the authorities."

    Anyone want to bet on the condition of Mexican prisons?
    Not good, but remember this. When a gringo goes all the way through the judicial system to get to prison, it makes a splash. It becomes an international incident. One GI was transferring from an east coast base to a San Diego base, had all his belongings in the station wagon, made a wrong turn, crossed the border, and before he could turn around and get back into the U.S., he was stopped and searched. They found guns. It made the news, a deal was worked out, and a few months later, he was home.

    It is very, very rare and that anyone in a border town to party gets to a Mexican prison. You would need to be found with hard drugs, guns, or a dead hooker. Nobody is looking for that, nobody wants that.

    Don't be afraid to come down and have a nice break from Sex Prison, USA.
    An escort is a woman you occasionally financially support only when she has sex with you.

    A date is a woman you occasionally financially support in the hope she will have sex with you.

    A wife is a woman you constantly financially support even when she is not having sex with you.

    An ex-wife is a woman you constantly financially support with alimony so she can have sex......with someone else.

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    Re: Men Say They're Going To Mexico To Escape #MeToo

    Quote Originally Posted by sam luis obispo View Post
    You are overstating the danger. I am reminded of people who are too afraid to go to Colombia because they immediately think of this scene from a movie that was based on a 30 year old novel.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2w9XDc7Ago

    There are many reasons why your scenario does not take place.

    1- Nobody cares what gringos do, and have been doing, down there for the last 100 years....

    Whether it was booze during Prohibition, or bullfights, or weed in the 1960s, or chicas, or cut-rate pharmaceuticals for pensioners on fixed incomes, or whatever else they could not get up north, towns like Juarez and Tijuana has offered whatever gringos wanted and welcomed them


    2- ...as long as they spend money.

    Come down, spend your money, don't do anything stupid, don't be too stupid for the local cops to protect you, put up with the occasional cop that will want a little hand out, and be respectful and you will be fine. The only crime is to come down without a little money.

    3- Hurting gringos (who don't deserve it) is bad for business.

    Anything that scares gringos and gringas away is bad for business. Thousands of jobs depend upon the entertainment district being a 'holodeck' safe simulcrum of the real Mexico, the way that the Disney-fied Time Square of New York has nothing to do with what it was during the era of the movie "Taxi Driver." Organized crime gets it cut, the small time corrupt cops get their cut, and nobody wants it to end. There is a square kilometer area that is the safest place to be in these cities. Nobody wants to kill the goose that lays the golden eggs. Anyone that is bad for business is taken care of.
    Students from colleges as far north as University of California will come down for the weekend. The ones from San Diego are there every weekend. Most of them are female students. They can be under 21 and buy a drink in a bar. Then there are the Navy and US Marine Corps bases in the area. Then there are all the people who come to San Diego for business or conventions. Imagine all the nerds like the guys from "Big Bang Theory" who come down for the annual comic book convention (ComicCon). I would estimate that 5% of the attendees wind up in Tijuana and lose their virginity.

    Anything scary happens to little Kamala Coed or newly minted Private Jarhead and schools/parents/the military put the place "off limits." That doesn't mean you disrespect their cops. Do that, and you WILL get an ass whipping and a spend a night or two in the local police station holding cell.

    There are rules:
    - Gringo, don't be stupid (and leave yourself vulnerable to petty theft).
    - Do....not....bring....guns...to Mexico...particularly in calibers "reserved" for the police/military. (i.e. 9mm, .45, 5.56, 7.62, etc.)
    - Have fun, but unless you are travelling in a pack, keep your guard up. You can be stinking drunk in the hotel or the bar, but not in the street.
    - Know what to pay and what not to pay, so do your homework or go with an experienced wingman the first couple of times.
    - If a corrupt cop wants to charge you the "gringo tax," and pay a bribe of $10 or $20, pay it.
    - Be respectful, especially to women and police officers.
    - Learn 100 words of Spanish. Remember, the embassy is far away.
    - Leave your expensive bling at home. Don't bring anything you can't afford to lose. Bring you I-phone....you lose it, you can always have the replacement backed up. Better yet, bring a older, burner phone.
    - Do...not...bring...guns...to Mexico.
    - Nothing you bring down is worth you life. You get accosted by someone with a gun or knife, don't try to live out your action hero fantasies.

    Now, let's analyze your far fetched scenario:

    "All it takes is one smart pimp/prostitute"
    (The smart prostitute engages in the most profitable scam of all. The 'love' scam, the 'one-itis' scam. It is not hard for them to convince simps to fall in love with them and get them to become "a regular," and from there to become their short or long distance ATM.)

    "figuring out that they can blackmail a foreign national"
    (Which foreign national? Can they track you down? Did you leave behind a dossier with your personal information? Thousands cross over every day. Few of them have any real money to blackmail them for. And if word of it got around that someone was doing it, it would be 'bad for business,' and they would be dealt with.

    ...into paying them to not present the authorities with the video/audio evidence.

    Did you get into the first cab on the other side of the border crossing and asked the driver if he could take you to a bar where you can molest children, cast the filming of a "snuff" film, see a live kitty juggling show, buy 50 keys of coke, or meet with some Arab terrorists to sell them nuclear isotopes? Because anything less will only get a yawn from "the authorities."

    Anyone want to bet on the condition of Mexican prisons?
    Not good, but remember this. When a gringo goes all the way through the judicial system to get to prison, it makes a splash. It becomes an international incident. One GI was transferring from an east coast base to a San Diego base, had all his belongings in the station wagon, made a wrong turn, crossed the border, and before he could turn around and get back into the U.S., he was stopped and searched. They found guns. It made the news, a deal was worked out, and a few months later, he was home.

    It is very, very rare and that anyone in a border town to party gets to a Mexican prison. You would need to be found with hard drugs, guns, or a dead hooker. Nobody is looking for that, nobody wants that.

    Don't be afraid to come down and have a nice break from Sex Prison, USA.
    Good advice. Just a few more suggestions.
    1. When you arrive in a bordertown like TJ, immediately get a hotel room in a tourist area where you will be drinking and park your car in a secure parking lot. When you are done drinking, go to your hotel room from the club for the night. Do not go near your car. The policia and ratero muggers are on the lookout for drunk tourists roaming around; this is their favorite prey. If you are in your hotel room, you will avoid many problems. The hotel staff and security will guard you from rateros and riff raff and ask for ID from your visitors, i.e. women visiting your room - this is to protect you. Do bring a roll of one dollar bills to tip the staff for favors such as validating your parking or bring fresh towels etc. Don't be an Ugly American or things like GHB may be added to your drink and you will wake up with no money and no memory.

    2. Stay in the tourist areas where there are tourist police to watch out for you. Do not walk around at night if you are a newbie - go to your hotel room. There is a food chain and until you know the players and the scene, you are at the bottom of the food chain. All the criminals who are deported back to Mexico need money and speak English - if you meet a new friend who speaks good English, he is likely a criminal who is setting you up! Avoid locals who seek to become your "friend" or sell you drugs . . . Control your area - bring women to your hotel; do not go with women to their hotel or home, where their pimp/boyfriend is hiding in a closet with a baseball bat for a fat wallet with 2 legs to arrive.

    You can have a good safe time, if you do not get drunk and walk around in public, flash cash or wealth, and make new "friends" who want to take you off into a dark alley to show you their hot sister . . . kiss your wallet goodbye if you walk around at night with the ratero deportees watching you. If you can bring a sidekick to watch your back, this is a good idea. Even better if he speaks Spanish.

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    Re: Men Say They're Going To Mexico To Escape #MeToo

    As a person who has travelled extensively but never Mexico, the last 2 posts have been good travel safety advice.

    My number 1 advice would be never to engage with any random stranger who approaches you in the street no matter what their initial intentions seem to be.

    Always, Always do your research before you leave home. Learn what the scams are, where the bad areas of town are, where the dodgy bars are. Avoid anything that seems too good to be true (free entry to a strip club until you get an outrageous drinks bill) you get the picture.
    Men are becoming MGTOW by the millions, most without ever having heard the term. They are simply doing what all living organisms finding themselves in a toxic environment do. They adapt to it or remove themselves from it. Females are not liking either the adaptations or the removal.

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    Re: Men Say They're Going To Mexico To Escape #MeToo

    I feel safer in Mexico than I do in places like the Bronx, Detroit (bring your gun), and any other liberal utopia city!

    I found Mexicans warm right up to you if you speak their language, they're not racist like the race card tossing motherfuckers around here.

    I've had no trouble with the Poilcia in Mexico, I don't draw any attention to myself and make no eye contact with them unless being addressed or summonsed for whatever reason (traffic).

    Mutual respect goes allot further there than it does here, that's for sure!
    It's 1939 allover again, and we're the ones being assigned gold stars!

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    Re: Men Say They're Going To Mexico To Escape #MeToo

    I never quite got my head around this term "human trafficking".

    I mean you have women who come to the UK from former Soviet Union to make money, pure and simple and they know very well what they are getting into. I mean who can manipulate a women? She understands manipulation better than any man.

    Then, when they arrive in the UK and sell their "services" in a city like London, they're seen as "oppressed". I mean give me fucking break already, what they make in a day, a hard working builder count make in a month.
    A mother cannot raise a boy to be a man, not because he needs a father figure; but because she favours team vagina over her own son.

    Tradcon women are the most manipulative of all kinds of women, because they infect you with false hope.
    Radfems are your best friend, because they hate you and verbalise it - that's honesty!

    The red pill rage is a process which takes many many years - so be kind and patient with yourself; you will overcome it!

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    Re: Men Say They're Going To Mexico To Escape #MeToo

    Quote Originally Posted by CPRA View Post
    Good advice. Just a few more suggestions.
    1. When you arrive in a bordertown like TJ, immediately get a hotel room in a tourist area where you will be drinking and park your car in a secure parking lot. When you are done drinking, go to your hotel room from the club for the night. Do not go near your car. The policia and ratero muggers are on the lookout for drunk tourists roaming around; this is their favorite prey. If you are in your hotel room, you will avoid many problems. The hotel staff and security will guard you from rateros and riff raff and ask for ID from your visitors, i.e. women visiting your room - this is to protect you. Do bring a roll of one dollar bills to tip the staff for favors such as validating your parking or bring fresh towels etc. Don't be an Ugly American or things like GHB may be added to your drink and you will wake up with no money and no memory.

    2. Stay in the tourist areas where there are tourist police to watch out for you. Do not walk around at night if you are a newbie - go to your hotel room. There is a food chain and until you know the players and the scene, you are at the bottom of the food chain. All the criminals who are deported back to Mexico need money and speak English - if you meet a new friend who speaks good English, he is likely a criminal who is setting you up! Avoid locals who seek to become your "friend" or sell you drugs . . . Control your area - bring women to your hotel; do not go with women to their hotel or home, where their pimp/boyfriend is hiding in a closet with a baseball bat for a fat wallet with 2 legs to arrive.

    You can have a good safe time, if you do not get drunk and walk around in public, flash cash or wealth, and make new "friends" who want to take you off into a dark alley to show you their hot sister . . . kiss your wallet goodbye if you walk around at night with the ratero deportees watching you. If you can bring a sidekick to watch your back, this is a good idea. Even better if he speaks Spanish.
    1. I recommend against brining your car. To drive in Mexico, you need Mexican auto insurance, your US insurance will probably not cover you, and may not be accepted by the local authorities. Can you drive like a Mexican? Probably not. If you do get into an accident, the police are authorized to hold you until the financials are sorted out....even if the 'accident' was staged/faked. Are you driving anything nice? By nice, I mean anything better than a 20 year old econo-box? It will get stolen.

    I recommend taking cabs, or better yet, a trusted driver if you are going to be around for more than a day or so. A driver adds a layer of security, even if you are an ex-Navy SEAL, speak fluent Spanish, and can pass for a native. You are NOT the Delta Force operator at the end of Black Hawk Down going back out on your own after everyone else got back into the compound. Drive down to the border, leave your car in one of the well lit, CCTV protected, highly secured parking lots, walk across, and then take cabs (at night) or walk (daytime) to the zona viva/zona festiva/zona rosa.

    2. Ditto. What CPRA;153574 said. Wherever you go in the world, figure out the "blank" in this equation: "Nothing good happens after ____ o'clock. After ____ o'clock, I am in my hotel room." If you can't blend in, bring a wingman, better yet, bring two.

    That being said, if these places are safe enough for Sally Coed to go down there with their sorority sisters and get shit faced, and come back, it is safe enough for you.

    All that said, there are plenty of guys who live within community distance who have a great time border towns, and depending upon how far they live, they go every month, every weekend, sometimes several times a week. Some guys never go to a bar in the states, as they would rather have a beer in a bar in their border town.

    I knew a guy who lived in Los Angeles, and then one of its suburbs, and he would take 2-3 days off in the middle of the week, drive down to border, park his car, and then cross over into Tijuana. He wanted to avoid the hectic, overpriced vibe of the weekends. He'd get a nice hotel near the zone, something with a hot tub. Sometimes his trips would start on a Sunday or end on a Saturday. Prices were lower during the week, and he avoided the college student, GI, business visitor to San Diego crowd.
    An escort is a woman you occasionally financially support only when she has sex with you.

    A date is a woman you occasionally financially support in the hope she will have sex with you.

    A wife is a woman you constantly financially support even when she is not having sex with you.

    An ex-wife is a woman you constantly financially support with alimony so she can have sex......with someone else.

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    Re: Men Say They're Going To Mexico To Escape #MeToo

    First thing I do is nesseta coacha and they point me to the rentals, two or four wheels, I rent jeeps in me'he'co! Scooters are for hospital trips from the sudden not repaired road hazard. You can tell which province or country your in by the number and frequency of bald tires, I've seen salami with more tread than some Mexican and central American tires! In the Cayman Isles the tires are new, so are the scooters, and roads baby's ass smooth! You'd think every other vehicle was a road paver! I've seen the coast of Cuba from a cruse, just green mountainous inhospitable terrain, also saw Haiti off the coast, places like that they still practice which craft and no place for a white dude!

    I feel so much safer here, where guns are a dime a dozen, everybody owns several, and knows how to use them. Culminating in 500,000 do not fuck with zones!
    It's 1939 allover again, and we're the ones being assigned gold stars!

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    Re: Men Say They're Going To Mexico To Escape #MeToo

    I agree with the advice against bringing your car with one exception - if you drive an old beater that the Mexicans will not want, this avoids many problems. You can buy a cheap Mexican insurance policy and avoid the hassles of walking across the border, dealing with the immigration paperwork, hiring a taxi etc. I have noticed that when I drive a nice 4x4 jeep, the cops and locals take notice - suddenly I am getting pulled over and questioned. Having locals take notice that you have something of value is not good in Mexico. But when I drive an old beater truck with lots of bondo and dents - I fit in and avoid hassles. Do not bring nice SUVs or 4x4s - bring old beater cars that if lost will not make you bitter. I brought an old Honda motorcycle for repair to Tapia's Motos in TJ and the owner ripped me off. But since I only paid $50 for it in San Diego due to the poor condition of the bike, I could walk away and not stress over it. Don't bring things that are valuable to you to Mexico or buy expensive houses in Mexico or put retirement funds in a Mexican bank - word to the wise.

    Quote Originally Posted by sam luis obispo View Post
    1. I recommend against brining your car. To drive in Mexico, you need Mexican auto insurance, your US insurance will probably not cover you, and may not be accepted by the local authorities. Can you drive like a Mexican? Probably not. If you do get into an accident, the police are authorized to hold you until the financials are sorted out....even if the 'accident' was staged/faked. Are you driving anything nice? By nice, I mean anything better than a 20 year old econo-box? It will get stolen.

    I recommend taking cabs, or better yet, a trusted driver if you are going to be around for more than a day or so. A driver adds a layer of security, even if you are an ex-Navy SEAL, speak fluent Spanish, and can pass for a native. You are NOT the Delta Force operator at the end of Black Hawk Down going back out on your own after everyone else got back into the compound. Drive down to the border, leave your car in one of the well lit, CCTV protected, highly secured parking lots, walk across, and then take cabs (at night) or walk (daytime) to the zona viva/zona festiva/zona rosa.

    2. Ditto. What CPRA;153574 said. Wherever you go in the world, figure out the "blank" in this equation: "Nothing good happens after ____ o'clock. After ____ o'clock, I am in my hotel room." If you can't blend in, bring a wingman, better yet, bring two.

    That being said, if these places are safe enough for Sally Coed to go down there with their sorority sisters and get shit faced, and come back, it is safe enough for you.

    All that said, there are plenty of guys who live within community distance who have a great time border towns, and depending upon how far they live, they go every month, every weekend, sometimes several times a week. Some guys never go to a bar in the states, as they would rather have a beer in a bar in their border town.

    I knew a guy who lived in Los Angeles, and then one of its suburbs, and he would take 2-3 days off in the middle of the week, drive down to border, park his car, and then cross over into Tijuana. He wanted to avoid the hectic, overpriced vibe of the weekends. He'd get a nice hotel near the zone, something with a hot tub. Sometimes his trips would start on a Sunday or end on a Saturday. Prices were lower during the week, and he avoided the college student, GI, business visitor to San Diego crowd.


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