Sex Tourism and the Ethics of Contingent Responsibility

Anthony Bourke
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Journal Article
Borderlands E-Journal, 2004, 3 (1), pp. 1 - 8
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Sitting in the garden of the bar Chez Angeline in the perfumed island of Nosy Bé in Madagascarperfumed literally by culture of the Ylang-Ylang flowerI was transfixed by the singing of a raggedy minstrel with a home-made vahila, the Madagascan guitar. It was a song of warning, about AIDS, and the words were as follows: Vazaha Vazaha Vazaha Malagasy Malagasy Malagasy Hélas Hélas Hélas après le plaisir de lamour SIDA il est là Oh quelle chose SIDA SIDA nous guette SIDA nous cherche SIDA nous trouve
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