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.
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By Jeremy Clarke. Hard figures are difficult to come by, but local people on the coast estimate that as many as one in five single women visiting from rich countries are in search of sex. Picture taken November 15, Also, the health risks are stark in a country with an AIDS prevalence of 6. The white beaches of the Indian Ocean coast stretched before the friends as they both walked arm-in-arm with young African men, Allie resting her white haired-head on the shoulder of her companion, a six-foot-four year-old from the Maasai tribe. He wore new sunglasses he said were a gift from her. She was still wearing her bikini top, having just pulled on a pair of jeans and a necklace of traditional African beads.
Older white women join Kenya's sex tourists
The fact that it took me almost twenty five years to realize I was a female sex tourist is not a defence. Check the screaming tabloids and anti-prostitution literature to confirm that sex tourism is totally unacceptable. Zero tolerance.
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.