Kenya cam sec

07 Feb

” Allie asked in a bar later, nursing a strong, golden cocktail.

“When I go into the clubs, those are the only women I look for now,” he told Reuters. For as long as he stays with me he doesn’t pay for anything, and I get what I want -- a good time.

“I get to live like the rich mzungus (white people) who come here from rich countries, staying in the best hotels and just having my fun.” At one club, a group of about 25 dancing men -- most of them Joseph look-alikes -- edge closer and closer to a crowd of more than a dozen white women, all in their autumn years. I didn’t come here looking for a husband,” Bethan said over a pounding beat from the speakers. How is that different from a man buying a young girl dinner?

“It’s about trying to make those guests feel as uncomfortable as possible ... We are 100 percent against anything illegal, such as prostitution.

But it’s different with something like this -- it’s just unwholesome.” These same beaches have long been notorious for attracting another type of sex tourists -- those who abuse children. Up to 3,000 more girls and boys are in full-time sex work, it said, some paid for the “most horrific and abnormal acts”. ” Emerging alongside this black market trade -- and obvious in the bars and on the sand once the sun goes down -- are thousands of elderly white women hoping for romantic, and legal, encounters with much younger Kenyan men.

“Old white guys have always come for the younger girls and boys, preying on their poverty ... they never push the legal age limits, they seem happy just doing what is sneered at in their countries.” Experts say some thrive on the social status and financial power that comes from taking much poorer, younger lovers.“This is what is sold to tourists by tourism companies -- a kind of return to a colonial past, where white women are served, serviced, and pampered by black minions,” said Nottinghan University’s Davidson.Just over the border in Tanzania is Mt Kilimanjaro, which many travelers to Kenya also visit.It can be very, very cold on summit day before the sun rises.“But it’s certainly something we frown upon.” Also, the health risks are stark in a country with an AIDS prevalence of 6.9 percent.