Aside from the grinches and the naysayers among us, everyone loves a good vacation. Vacations are supposed to be a time of fun, relaxation and living it up in the sun. They're a time to have a break away from the hard grind of your daily life, and to bond with your friends and family. Or if you're bold enough, it's a time you can spend entirely on your own, well away from the loud and overbearing ways of the people you see in your day-to-day life.
Of course there are plenty of vacations that people go on with the sole purpose of getting hammered, high on various drugs and to get laid. However, this type of behavior has never been encouraged (not officially anyway) by agencies that organize these sorts of vacations.
That is, until now...
Have you ever heard of a travel company which sells vacations that shamelessly create itineraries allowing people to indulge in all their sexual desires?
Do you know anyone who'd be willing to take part in such a vacation? Perhaps you yourself are willing to compromise your reputation for less than a week with booze and prostitutes. If so, take note, because it's about to get a whole lot more outrageous, and for some people, incredibly tempting.
Good Girls Company have organized an unprecedented four-day retreat (November 24th-27th) for 30 people, called "Sex Island" on a remote island off the coast of Cartagena in Colombia.
The raunchy Colombian vacation guarantees their guests unlimited access to alcohol and drugs. Incredibly, it has also promised potential guests "unlimited sex" provided by the 60 prostitutes that have been hired for the adult retreat.
News of the sex vacation has garnered a very polarizing reception from the general public and on the internet.
Needless to say, there are a lot of people who welcome the revolutionary and undeniably liberating kind of vacation that Good Girls Company is offering. However, upon their release, the company's promotional videos have received a serious amount of backlash, so much so that they were flagged and even taken off YouTube.