By Serge Kreutz

Making poor countries rich is fundamentally not a viable male public sexual strategy. It undermines the economic determinants of male sexual opportunities. But the following pattern of an economic cycle is suitable as a male public sexual strategy.

Capital flows into a poor Third World country as foreign investment from North America, Western Europe, and Northeast Asia. The investment provides an opportunity to the local population to meet the most basic economic needs.

Some profits are generated for foreign investors. But even higher profits go to local elites. Local elites return their profits to North America or Western Europe, for example by sending offspring to elite educational institutions in the West. One step further, local elites of Third World countries apply for economic residency or investment citizenship in North America or Western Europe. At this point, all profits generated by foreign investment in Third World countries are repatriated to the West, and if the foreign investment involved the exploitation of natural resources, the Third World country is poorer then it was at the start.

Countries that still possess valuable natural resources have an easy time attracting foreign investment. If all they can offer is cheap labor, competition is tough, and will be even tougher in the future.

But one product that is easy to sell and has high profit potential for local elites is personal freedom, and good quality of life, marketed primarily to rich men from Western countries. This means: as much personal freedom as possible in a social environment as safe as possible. More specifically: no obstruction to local sexual relationships.