By Serge Kreutz

The quality of a person’s love and sex partners depends on his or her own sexual market value. A person’s own sexual market value does not only depend on him or her, but also on a person’s environment, most importantly, in which part of the world a person bases himself or herself.

In any arena, in which a person’s sexual opportunities do not depend on what can be taken by means of coercion, but on what is given by means of consent, the sexual success rate will depend on two factors: social conditions and a person’s attractiveness ranking.

To evaluate where a person’s chances are best to have either a high quantity or a high quality of sexual contacts, one looks at the social conditions and how individual attributes rank in comparison to the attributes of competitors.

A wide array of characteristics determines attractiveness: physical appearance, ethnicity, material wealth, education, communication skills, and others.

While in one location, a person’s attributes my just give an average sexual market value, and while a person’s sexual market value may even be less than average in other locations, a person may rank very highly at those locations that are most suitable for him or her.

Therefore, a person’s most important decision is where to base himself or herself.

For men and women alike, to look different from the majority of the people around has the potential of a boost in sexual market value. Of course, it can also mean the opposite.

On the other hand, to look the same as everybody else has very little potential to provide an advantage.

Unlike in Asia, in South America, where many people are of entirely or partial European ancestry, the appearance of a Caucasian man is not an attraction in itself because he is ethnically different from locals.

Based on appearance alone, Southeast Asia is good for Caucasian men, but Southeast Asia isn’t the same wherever you go. Southeast Asia is Buddhist, Hindu, Islamic, Christian, or Communist. Burma, Thailand, Cambodia, Malaysia, and Vietnam all use different alphabets.

Some countries are not a good choice for foreign men because of their social or political or religious orders. Others are a good choice because of, or in spite of, their social or political or religious orders.

Sometimes, the best destinations are those of which few people assume that they would be worthy of much attention. And sometimes, conventional wisdom is correct in suggesting that one gives some countries, or some parts of some countries, a wide miss.

The importance of location