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Ever heard about a site called World Sex Guide? Currently there are 2 sites around: one ending in .org and one ending in .com. Actually, none of the two have anything in common with the original non-commercial idea of the world sex guide. The founder of the world sex guide called himself Atta. Back in the mid 90ies Atta would write and compile articles about where to find prostitutes and how they performed on a newsgroup called alt.sex.prostitution. This was in the early days of the internet when mail submission lists, user groups, news groups, goopher and compuserve chats were still the main source of information. HTML browsers were just starting to exist. Hosting was very expensive, but Atta found paranoia.com. They did host his text based collection of prostitution reports on their domain until 1997. Afterwards Atta started the worldsexguide.org where he continued to update his site for a short while until he ceased to continue and the domain became vacant. Rumors are that he died, but nobody really knows.
Once the domain became vacant a new webmaster took advantage of it and used the name to register a US trademark. The current 2 versions of the wsg are pretty much alike, but the International Sex Guide is another successor of Atta's premier idea for free discussions about global prostitution. The original posts of the old world sex guide can still be found on many commercial and non-commercial pages. Of course they are completely outdated, but they give a good idea about how much fun sex tourism was before the internet started.