‘One woman told me sex with a black man was on her bucket list’
The women who sold their daughters into sex slavery - tvoydom.info
Eric Aniva told the BBC that he was hired by families to have sex with more than young women, including children, in what was described as "ritual cleansing. This week, a man named Eric Aniva from Malawi was arrested after the BBC broadcast the minute radio report " 'Stealing Innocence' in Malawi," which featured Aniva bragging about being paid to sleep with more than young girls and women, some as young as 12 years old. Aniva is known in Malawi as a "hyena" man — someone hired by families to have sex with girls after their first menstruation. We spoke to two staffers from Equality Now , an international human rights organization devoted to girls and women's issues, to learn more: Christa Stewart , a program manager, and Naitore Nyamu , a program officer based in Kenya.
The women who sold their daughters into sex slavery
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By Osa Mbonu Feb 22, Already, quite a number of women from the western world are embarking on sex tourism trips to Africa. When they come, they are served, serviced and pampered, writes Tatenda Gwaambuka on how female sex tourists are exploiting African men. European women cannot get enough of it, but beyond the scenery, there is a new attraction drawing them in. When they want to have a good time no one will know about back home where they are held in high esteem, they come to Africa.