troubling romance tourism: sex, gender and class inside the Argentinean tango clubs

@article{Trnqvist2012troublingRT,
  title={troubling romance tourism: sex, gender and class inside the Argentinean tango clubs},
  author={Maria T{\"o}rnqvist},
  journal={Feminist Review},
  year={2012},
  volume={102},
  pages={21-40}
}
This article aims to explore and make theoretical sense of a stream of tourism that blurs the boundaries between sex, romance and intimacy, and diffuses the line between affectionate and economic relations. The empirical scope is the expanding international tourism of tango dancing—meaning the increasing number of people from all over the world travelling to Buenos Aires to dance tango and engage with the local tango culture. In contrast to women's sex tourism on the beaches of Jamaica and… 
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