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Study: Kenyan Girls Exchange Sex for Cellphones

Study: Kenyan Girls Exchange Sex for Cellphones

One in three Kenyans aged 15 to 24 said they had, or knew someone who had, a sponsor who would buy them mobile phones, clothes or internet credit in exchange for sex, according to new research.

TEENAGE GIRLS IN Kenya are having sex with men they call “sponsors” to pay for desirable items including jeans, mobile phones and internet credit.

They are also reluctant to use condoms in case people assume they are prostitutes or label them “cheaters,” according to new research by the makers of Shujaaz, Kenya’s best-known comic book.

One in three people aged 15 to 24 interviewed for the report said they had or knew someone who had a sponsor. Most people thought it was okay to have a sponsor, even if that person is in another relationship.

The report, published this month, shines new light on the way young people in Kenya see themselves and …

How to keep your Fleshlight Safe and Secure

How to keep your Fleshlight Safe and Secure

You want to play a game. One of that involves screaming, but not by pain. A game that uses toys, but not for torture: Remember, this is a game where both you and I can have fun Are you ready?

For adults, too, and we do it in many different ways. We can play alone or with a partner, depending on what we know for the moment. We can also choose to use only our imagination, or we can use sex toys.

Ben Waa bullets

Ben Waa bullets, also known as cone balls and geisha beads are spherical objects of different sizes and weights used vaginally orally. Some vibrates; some are connected to others with a string etc. They are used for both sexual stimulation and vaginal health. Ben Waa bullets can also be used to treat urinary incontinence and sexual problems. They can improve vaginal tone and …

It is revealed that the girl who offered sex in exchange for the new iPhone 6 is an elementary school student

It is revealed that the girl who offered sex in exchange for the new iPhone 6 is an elementary school student

The story of a girl chatting with a mobile shop owner via Line application and offering him sex in exchange for an iPhone 6 because she didn’t have enough money to buy it, but the shop owner refused and told her that she shouldn’t be doing this, has become a hot topic in every newspaper.

mobile phone shopOn November 10, reporters went to Thai Mobile, a mobile shop in Thep Udon market, Bang Phra sub-district, Mueang Trat district, Trat provice, where the shop owner 30 years-old Mr. Uthai Buaprasert stated that he refused the girl’s offer to make people realize that there are a lot of teenage girls who think this kind behavior is acceptable in our society and to make the parents be aware of this problem.

“My wife and I were shocked when it happened, and I didn’t want to sleep to this girl, but the reason I …

13 Year Old Maltese Girl Trades Friend for Sex in Exchange For a Mobile

13 Year Old Maltese Girl Trades Friend for Sex in Exchange For a Mobile

On Sunday 8th July, a 37-year-old Mohammed Abdullah Musa, a Sudanese living in Malta was charged with rape and engagement in prostitution with minors.

Allegedly, what happened was that Musa was approached by the 13-year-old girl on Facebook with a proposal that states that he will be able to have sex with her friend with the promise of giving her a mobile phone in return.

When the Sudanese man met the girls, he proceeded to have sex with both of them. The girls’ prosecuting officer told the court about how they resisted and struggled during the happening.

The girl “has a history of this behaviour” said defence lawyer Jason Grima to the court.

Online predator

The problem we aren’t seeing is, is technology breaking and disarming all our morals? The minor agreed to pimp out her friend in exchange for solely a mobile phone. Has technology altered our mindsets to …

Desist from exchange sex for phones-CJ cautions young girls

Desist from exchange sex for phones-CJ cautions young girls

“Girls, don’t give yourself to some dirty old man for an iPhone or for any type of phone. It is a tool, that’s all, one day you’ll own [one]. You’ll be able to buy one if you are patient and you do not throw away your virtue,” she admonished.

She was speaking at the Chief Justice’s Mentoring Programme for students initiated to expose pupils to the functions of the judiciary and instil in them virtues of patriotism and selflessness.

The programme which was under the theme: “I pledge myself to the service of Ghana” was held in Kumasi on Tuesday, 26 March 2019.

The Chief Justice advised young people to ensure that the time they spend on their phone and on the internet are for purposes of learning and other useful activities that will enhance their lives.

She said the technology young people see today was not around yesterday and …