The researchers found that the large majority of women - 67 percent - were seeking affairs because they wanted more romantic passion, which always included sex."The most surprising finding is that none of the 100 women were looking to leave their husbands," Anderson added.Instead, they were adamant that they were not looking for a new husband.According to an interesting study, when middle-aged women seek extra-marital affairs, they are looking for more romantic passion which includes sex - and do not want to divorce their husbands."Being happy in marriage is far different than being happy in bed," said Eric Anderson, a professor of masculinity, sexuality and sport at University of Winchester in England.During the study, Anderson focused on 100 married females between ages 35 and 45 and their conversations with potential suitors on Ashley Madison.com, a popular website for those interested in having extra-marital affairs.But it’s different with something like this — it’s just unwholesome.” These same beaches have long been notorious for attracting another type of sex tourists — those who abuse children. Up to 3,000 more girls and boys are in full-time sex work, it said, some paid for the “most horrific and abnormal acts.” 'Preying on poverty?As many as 15,000 girls in four coastal districts — about a third of all 12-18 year-olds girls there — are involved in casual sex for cash, a joint study by Kenya’s government and U. ' Emerging alongside this black market trade — and obvious in the bars and on the sand once the sun goes down — are thousands of elderly white women hoping for romantic, and legal, encounters with much younger Kenyan men.
” Allie asked in a bar later, nursing a strong, golden cocktail."Many even stated their overt love for their husbands, painting them in a positive light," he added.Women might be looking for sexual affairs because they were unhappy with their husbands or because they felt unloved by their husbands."Our results reflect not martial disharmony but the sexual monotony that is a social fact of the nature of long-term monogamous relationships," Anderson maintained.“Old white guys have always come for the younger girls and boys, preying on their poverty ... they never push the legal age limits, they seem happy just doing what is sneered at in their countries.” Experts say some thrive on the social status and financial power that comes from taking much poorer, younger lovers.
“This is what is sold to tourists by tourism companies — a kind of return to a colonial past, where white women are served, serviced, and pampered by black minions,” said Nottinghan University’s Davidson.
The white beaches of the Indian Ocean coast stretched before the friends as they both walked arm-in-arm with young African men, Allie resting her white haired-head on the shoulder of her companion, a six-foot-four 23-year-old from the Maasai tribe.