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Citation: Achebe, Nwando. Abstract: In an attempt to navigate the contours of the unique Nigerian institution of commercial sex work, Achebe provides two short cases that are various in ethnicity the Igbo and Edolocality rural Nigeria and international prostitutionand in the very way the practitioners define and construct their work. He claims that the realities of Nigerian prostitutes vary considerably depending on geography, ethnicity, and levels of dislocation from community and family.
Anyone who has visited Dar es Salaam surely remembers the traffic. Stories abound of unreasonably long delays — 45 minutes to make a left turn, a four-hour line to get on the ferry, a drive that takes 20 minutes one day can take two hours on the next. There are obvious economic implications to the impressive traffic jams, but less apparent is the impact on sexual violence and teenage pregnancy. Our first afternoon, we took a city tour with a guide whose encyclopedic knowledge of Tanzania set the stage for the conversations and site visits we would have throughout the week. For girls, the latter poses a particular threat, exposing them to sexual exploitation and violence since getting home may mean exchanging sex for a ride or being harassed, assaulted, or raped along the way.
|Years:||I am 29|
|Sexual orientation:||Strong-willed male|
|My sex:||My gender is fem|
|Figure type:||My body type is skinny|