The sex industry in Kenya is playing a greater role in the economy as a lack of jobs pushes youths into the vice. w=300" data-large-file="https://nairobichronicle.files.wordpress.com/2008/10/dt51aa.jpg? w=150 150w" sizes="(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px" / A cursory survey by the Nairobi Chronicle reveals that a significant number of young women in Kenya earn their living by engaging in relationships with executives, diplomats, senior security officers as well as tourists.
Interestingly enough, the trade is not growing in the familiar sense of twilight girls but assuming legitimacy through massage parlours, e-commerce websites, tourism, strip clubs and international dating. " data-medium-file="https://nairobichronicle.files.wordpress.com/2008/10/dt51aa.jpg? The relationships usually involve the lavishing of gifts, housing, cars and cash in exchange for sex.
One thing that must be understood is that young people in Kenya do not join dating websites so as to get their own age-mates for romance.
Certain buildings which house executive offices have rooms hired out for the sex trade.
However, knowledge of these facilities is restricted to practitioners and clients in the trade.
One notorious website invites job applications complete with a passport photo with promises of, “immediate employment.” It used to be that the epicentre of Kenya’s sex trade was on Nairobi’s Koinange Street.
For many years, the street was a haven for scantily-dressed women patronized by men in limousines. Well, there’s still some business on Koinange Street.
Chilling out with Kayden, we’re waiting on his bed with him until his sexy young friend arrives before a fun night out in London’s Soho!