As you travel through the country you will doubtless see dozens of tourists breaking these taboos (and others), sometimes unwittingly, sometimes deliberately. Jordan is a relatively liberal society and there are no Saudi-style religious police marching around to throw offenders in jail. Incidentally, you may also see Jordanians acting and dressing less conservatively than we recommend here.Jordanians would never be so rude as to tell visitors to their country that they are being crass and insensitive; instead, they’ll smile and say, “Welcome to Jordan! That is, of course, their prerogative – to shape, influence or challenge their own culture from within, in whatever ways they choose.
Prostitution in Jordan is illegal and has a significant following of sex tourism in the middle east.In fact reading the book, I felt that he is describing one of those places here that I have went to once or twice. While Paulo, in his book, highlight the woman choice of becoming a prostitue, I find myself disagreeing with his view this time as I can’t really understand how anyone would choose to sell his body like thins unless she has gone through some special circumstances that left her no real choice but to sell her last asset.In our society, sex is a taboo, and so a prostitue is looked at to be a sub-human.The women succumb to the guides' charm rather than any rippling muscles on display, it seems.Jordan can be divided into four regions: It is said that Jordan is considered to be the capital’s red light district.