从上面的表格中可以明显看出，男女都存在财政困难。他们中的大多数人在年轻的时候有过旅游经历，但在最近的时间里却没有合适的伴侣陪伴(Rich and Brown, 2014)。就男性而言，他们发现在旅游体验过程中需要社交。另一方面，对于女性来说，她们发现无论什么时候外出旅游，她们都需要有高质量的体验。如果他们和家人朋友出去玩而不是和陌生人出去玩，他们也会觉得自己很安全。
金钱对男女都是一种约束。对于男性来说，他们有足够的责任被释放，没有足够的钱和时间来安排其他的体验，比如旅游。关于女性，她们的家庭责任消耗了大部分的财务，她们发现她们的日常工作需要平衡的钱(Rakic and Chambers, 2011)。因此，钱是高要求和大多数旅游活动涉及巨额和选择的参与者已经通知他们还不够自给自足。
Four tables have been presented and each of the table answers a research question. The similarities and differences are based on the answers received in table 1 and 2 meant for research questions 1 and 2.
It is clear from the above tables that financial constraints exist for both men and women. Most of them have had tourism experiences in their younger ages but have not got the right companion to accompany in the recent times (Rich and Brown, 2014). In case of men, they find that there is a need to socialize during tourism experiences. On the other hand, in case of women, they find that they need to have quality experiences whenever they move out for a quick tour. They also feel that they are secured if they hang out with family and friends rather than going out with unknown people.
Family commitments are higher for women when compared to men. Women inform that they need to raise their kids as soon as they return home. They are indeed occupied with the family commitments and they become tired by the end of day. This is probably the reason that they don’t prefer outings as they are already too much committed and need time whenever they are not at their work hours. This is not the case of men. Men seem to be tired once they reach home and need some time to refresh. This is a change seen between both the genders.
Money is a constraint for both the genders. For men, they have enough responsibilities to be discharged and do not find adequate money as well as time to arrange for other experience like tourism. With respect to women, their family responsibilities consume majority of the finances and they find that their regular duties need the balance money (Rakic and Chambers, 2011). As a result, money is highly demanded and most of the tourist activities involve huge amounts and the participants chosen have informed that they are not self sufficient yet.
From this paper, it is understandable that men and women do have different preferences but common problems with respect to time and money. While the work allocation of both the genders differ, every participant chosen for the interview has previous experiences in touring and look for quality mates to join with. Majority of them are willing to participate if the touring can give pleasant experience and that, their kith and kin take part in it. This can be more rejoicing according to them. The selective code clearly states the interest of participants to create quality tourism experiences amidst various constraints within the family and workplaces.