Some women like to travel, yes, and gain new experiences. They want to see new things, eat new food, listen to new languages and music, meet new people. Only a few women want to find their “soulmate” while traveling; having in-laws in neighboring towns is hard enough; having them on different continents must be very troublesome.
Evolutionary psychology? Huh? If so, men should be particularly inclined to immediately attach to the next best “Stacy” when surrounded by new females. Men ought to be even more inclined to seek beauty, rather than stability, as they can “impregnate” as many women as they have stamina for, but women gestate for nine months and want a partner to help with the nurture and care of the offspring. STABLE partners want to help with that nurture and care, and that is what women want. Evolutionary-wise.
Again, few women want to find their “soulmate” abroad. Sure, many might want to have sex with new people, but few if any want that sex to lead to procreation. So no, female traveling is not “Chad” sex tourism. Is male traveling “Stacy” sex tourism?
Easy? What a patriarchal expression! Spoil their fun by gossiping? Yet another patriarchal expression. IF women really had the sexual power, none of those expression would exist.
Fake fascination with traveling? I know lots of women who have traveled, again and again, so it’s clearly enjoyable. A colleague of mine traveled around the world (as in going from Sweden, to Europe, to Africa, to Asia, to Australia and New Zeeland, to North and South America and then to Sweden), with her now-husband. A friend of mine DID travel and found her soulmate, though. She went to Crete and found a Swedish man; they have now been married for over 20 years and have two children.
Rape FANTASIES, yes. We DO NOT want to actually be raped. It’s like paintball or Battlefield vs living in Syria or Yemen; a bit of excitement is fun, but actual terror and harm is not. Besides, ALL women don’t have those fantasies.
I’ve been to Mallorca twice (a Spanish island). First time to Mallorca was to a hotel only for adults. Hubby and me, with our 45 years, were the youngest at the hotel. The lifeguard was a pudgy creep who ogled the old ladies and touched himself. No Chad material there. “Incels” would probably have liked his yaw and his broad shoulders…
I’ve never heard of that supposedly “famous feminist”, and she’s only talking for herself.
I’d rather say that the thrill of sex would be even greater if the risk of being rape was removed. Women would have so much more sex then, if going home with a guy meant pleasure at best, or yawn at worst.