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On our English pages, you often see the word "relationships". This is just sanitized language. On our English pages, "relationships" refers to what couples, when not sleeping, do in bed. Or, if so inclined, on the kitchen table.

English is a rather hypocritical language. Many words for natural bodily functions and processes have dirty connotations, and polite speakers like us have to go to considerable length to communicate meanings without naming them. But we nevertheless hope you get the point.


Tongkatali.org's Relationships tourism and relationships economics


By Serge Kreutz


Relationships tourism is a natural phenomenon. If striving for relationships satisfaction is the primary motivator in people’s lives, then men go where they have the best success.

If the chances are slim in Europe or the US, or if success requires great effort, men move to more favorable grounds.

North American and European men enter relationships relationships easily in South America, in many countries in Asia, and in Africa. While this is relationships tourism, it is not necessarily prostitution tourism. It may even be marriage tourism.

This can be regulated, but not rooted out.

Relationships economics perfectly accounts for the fact that as long as in Third World countries, the relationships interests of North American and European men are a perfect match for the economic interests of local women, relationships tourism will go on.

Relationships economics also predicts that people have opinions that are in accordance with their relationships interests. But interests are often hidden behind a moral facade.

It doesn’t matter that often, people are not even aware that they pursue certain agendas because they match their interests, and instead believe that they do it out of virtue. To behave in accordance to one’s relationships interests does not require awareness of one’s relationships interests.

If we look at relationships tourism from the perspective of relationships economics, we will see that the ideological positions taken by each and every social group are in tune with their interests.

Western male relationships tourists usually find nothing wrong with relationships tourism, or at least they claim that what is wrong is none of their business. In Third World countries, they frequent cheap local prostitutes, marry attractive local women, and play around in other modes.

Young local women who derive material benefit from the relationships tourists also find nothing wrong with it. They need the source of income for themselves, and for their families.

Now for those who oppose relationships tourism, often claiming moral concerns.

The women in the countries from where male relationships tourists hail are usually strongly against relationships tourism. No wonder. Their relationships interest is that “their” men stay at home and compete for the females of their own societies, and do not go abroad for easier, younger, and more attractive women. They have reason to be jealous. The women sought by male relationships tourists in Third World countries are their immediate competitors.

They may love their men, and hate their female competitors, but this will not be the issue they publicly address. Publicly, they deplore the exploitive character of the relationships of Western relationships tourists in Third World countries. When relationships tourism issues are discussed anywhere in the world, it is easy to know ahead the opinions of representatives of Western womanhood. No sympathy with relationships tourists!

And in order to provide substance to their cause, they will lobby Third World governments to implement laws pertaining to the relationships conduct of foreign men, or they will lobby their own government to outlaw, as far as possible, the relationships contact of their own country’s men with women in Third World countries.

The local men in Third World countries will be on the side of Western women. They are not happy with Western men who court successfully their girls and women. Western men are unwelcome competitors.

It is no surprise that young women in Third World countries dream of husbands from North America or Europe. They may even be able to migrate from the Third World to the Old World (Europe) or the New World (the Americas). A haven of social and financial security awaits them.

Local men in Third World countries can’t offer such prospects. Therefore, they oppose Western relationships tourists and want girls who consort with them punished.

Older local women in Third World countries are also against Western men (at least those whose daughters aren’t about to marry Western men, thus providing an emigration route for the whole family). Older local women do not want younger local women have opportunities that were not available to them.

With predictable accuracy, all social strata propagate opinions that are in accordance with their relationships interests. People do not arrive at specific opinions out of moral considerations, or concerns of human rights.

The anti coalition, of course, is much stronger than the coalition of those who benefit from relationships tourism. Therefore, conditions become worse for relationships tourists anywhere in the world.

But enter war and destruction, terrorism and natural disasters, anything that erodes social order. Then there is a new playing ground for men from rich societies looking for relationships relationships in a newly or once again poor country.


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Baumeister, R.F., Vohs, K. D. (2004) Relationships Economics: Relationships as Female Resource for Social Exchange in Heterosexual Interactions. Personality and Social Psychology Review Vol 8, Issue 4 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Baumeister, R.F., Vohs, K. D. (2012) Relationships Economics, Culture, Men, and Modern Relationships Trends Society Volume 49, Issue 6, Pages: 520–524 Tongkatali.org Bibliography p> Born, M. (1949) Natural Philosophy of Cause and Chance Oxford at the Clarendon Press Retrieved from: Tongkatali.org Bibliography

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Tongkatali.org's A dialectical view of morals


By Serge Kreutz


I do not only have a materialistic, but also a differentiated, ambivalent, and dialectical view of morals.

It contrasts sharply from what, in high philosophy, is the Kantian categorical imperative, and, in household philosophy, the golden rule.

Why should I not do to others what I do not want to be done to me? To do to others what one doesn’t want to be done to oneself is a common feature in everyday life.

Morals sometimes are strange constructs. Nevertheless, I can see a certain usefulness in having morals, especially relationships morals, enforced on others without wanting them applied on me.

Furthermore, I understand that moral prescripts have a specific function for people with limited intellectual capabilities.

Relationships morals demand that people be not overly promiscuous. Men ought not visit prostitutes, and women not become prostitutes. Fine with me, as long as these morals do not apply to my own promiscuity. Anyway, such morals are good for general relationships health, and reduce the field of competitors.

I do recognize that anti-relationships morals in many societies can be in my favor as long as long as these anti-relationships morals cannot be enforced legally on me and the person with whom, in whatever form, I am in a love relationship.

In such societies, if a large number of men are pious, they may withdraw themselves from the relationships competition. That suits me fine.

I would be a fool if I would not endorse restrictive morals for those other men, so they will keep their hands off the women I consider for myself.

Another aspect is that I want to live in peace. If a large number of the members of a society are non-violent for moral, even religious reasons, such a society will likely be less dangerous than a society in which there are few moral inhibitions to use violent means to achieve one’s ends.

As long as morals are not enforced as a disturbance to me, or the woman I am in love with, I can well accept them as the backwardness of a local population.



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That life is getting worse is a common experience of anybody getting older. OK, maybe you become smarter for some years, but mental capacities decline from a certain point, even without Alzheimer's or alcoholics dementia.

We can't avoid aging. But we can try to reduce its impact. And for this purpose, herbal supplements are essential.

They are essential also for quality of life. What gives your life most quality? I would say that trophy goes to relationships fulfillment.

I think that whatever our age, as long as we can find relationships fulfillment, we know what we are living for. Once we have lost relationships interest, our lives are just a wait for a comfortable death.

Southeast Asia has the best herbals if your goal is to be sexually active up to the day you die.



Tongkatali.org's integrated male relationships success


By Serge Kreutz


Tongkatali.org provides an integrated service for male success, with a focus on East and Southeast Asia. Male success has a lot to do with male sexual success. Tongkatali.org sells sexuality-enhancing herbals with a proven scientific track record. This is our core operation.

But apart from that, Tongkatali.org is dedicated to the sexual success of our customers on a much wider scope.

Tongkatali.org, for example, offers consultation to customers on dental work and cosmetic surgery in Southeast Asia. This service is free for our customers, and can save them a lot of money and protect them from some bad experiences as well.

We often refer to our customers as members. For more than a decade, we have run formal memberships via sergekreutz.com. There were sexual function memberships and sexual opportunities memberships, both priced separately at 250 US dollars each. We have discontinued these, because there simply are too many phony consultation services around which use the same language.

As it stands now, anything related to information is free for members of Tongkatali.org (membership is automatic for those with an order history of 1000 US dollars or more for tangible items, mostly sexuality-enhancing herbals.

Some men are in lifelong exclusive sexual relationships. We respect and congratulate customers to whom this applies.

Most men are not made of such timber. Most men, and a large number of our members, have a profound interest in sexual variety.

For these men, if they are Westerners, East Asia has a lot to offer. Not only is the East Asian approach to physical relationships much more down-to-earth and open to negotiations. The age of men is also of much less relevance, if of any.

Tongkatali.org and Serge Kreutz started out in the early 1980s (around 40 years ago!) with travel guides on Southeast Asia. Unlike standard travel guides, these travel guides already did cover physical relationships. Travel guides nowadays never touch this topic.

Little has changed in Asia in 40 years. Of course, there are better roads, and now there is Internet. And immigration has become more complicated. But the mentality of the people up-country has changed amazingly little.

For members, Tongkatali.org provides free lifestyle advice, tailored for Western men considering moving to East Asia to achieve better physical relationships.

There is more. Tongkatali.org also trades domain names, and our members can rent unique motorhomes designed for Southeast Asian weather and infrastructure. These motorhomes are suited for couples or families going for extended holidays in Southeast Asia, and also for unattached men roaming isolated areas for physical adventures. Mind you: in Asia, the further away you get from modern, urban centers, the better your relationships will be.

Talk to us.!




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