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If not, we stand in the kitchen and wait until the room is free,” she said.
As she talks, silently, behind the scenes, there is a simmering war going on among a number of women — some of them teenagers — as they fight for turf.
Nancy’s assertions were buttressed by two other sex workers.
“We could give sexual favours or money to the police so they protected us, not just from competition, but from men who would attempt to abuse us,” another sex worker, Alice, said.
A snap survey of the amounts charged by sex workers in the Avenues showed that the fees now range between and for a short session and to for the whole night, a significant decline from the previous to range.
“On good days, I used to make more than 0 a night, but these days is hard to come by,” Alice said.
I found this very interesting as I come from a society that dictates that it is the man’sjob to satisfy his woman sexually.
In both my Venda and Zulu cultures I have not heard of anything like this, it could be maybe because I am not getting married but my aunt’s and mom would have told me everything already.
In a nation where unemployment levels are hovering around 90%, there has been an increase in sex workers — an illustration of the general joblessness and desperation.
Veterans of the trade in the Avenues are unhappy with the Con Court ruling, which while it saved them from arrests, has seen an unprecedented increase in the number of sex workers and competition for the few clients.
“Prostitutes from as far as Epworth can now come to the Avenues and charge lower rates, which kills our business,” Nancy, a sex worker who said she has been trading in the Avenues for the past six years, said.
In Malawi talking about sex is taboo it would seem. I was not brave enough to write about this for a while, perhaps one day I will be brave enough to share the process of young women who have to pull their labia in the name of intensified sexual pleasure.
Hopefully I’ll find someone who will be willing to share more interesting practices in Tanzania.
Most women who stay out of Harare have set up their bases mainly in the Avenues — which are often empty flats only furnished with beds and rented out for a day to as many as five girls.