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Prostitution is one of the oldest trades known to mankind, dating back to the existence of civilisation. Women and, with the advancement of years, men, have lined dimly lit street corners, luring clients for centuries.
And now in the current digital era, prostitutes around the world, Kenya included, are moving the trade to a new frontier — the internet. Commercial sex work, although illegal, is a rampant daily occurrence in Nairobi.
City authorities ruled out legalisation of prostitution despite demands by sex workers that they be recognised. Some of the registered licensed massage parlours are actually operating as sex dens and brothels with both owners and patrons aware of the same, hence increasing the popularity of sex work in Kenya. To date, no single website has been blocked by the government and the rate at which they are growing is alarming.
Samwagik went deeper — undercover of course — and managed to piece together this piece of information from our investigations. Digital Prostitution These days, prostitution is very much an online enterprise. The Kenyan blogosphere has just recently been graced by not your usual blogger and not your usual genre: Digital prostitution.
Global adult content has been growing by the day, and Kenya has jumped on the bandwagon. Escorts advertise on personal websites and email with clients before meeting up. All of this, according to them has made the black market safer and somewhat more lucrative compared with the days when they could mostly walk the streets looking to pick up men. A number of sites have a section where clients can leave reviews for escorts.