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How is that different from a man buying a young girl dinner?
” Does the exploitation endemic in prostitution disappear when women are the buyers?
Rebekah O’Brien, the 26-year-old woman, fell for butcher Rempesa Ole Kirkoya, 40 when he and his Maasai warrior troupe went to perform in the Maddermarket Theatre in Norwich in 2012.
In an interesting turn of events, Rebekah, a gym receptionist, fell out of love with her Maasai man who couldn’t speak a word of English whilst she knew no Swahili but only managed to converse with hand movements and facial expressions while pregnant.
She went back to her country but unfortunately, upon delivery the baby girl died sex weeks later.
Perhaps missing being ‘speared’ by her Maasai man, she came back.
It’s frowned upon by local communities and authorities, but it’s not technically illegal. The film ‘Paradise: Love’, which tells the story of a 50-year-old white woman who travels to Kenya as a sex tourist from Australia, lifts the lid on this strange form of tourism.
One thing led to the other, with Jill throwing aside her inhibitions.Divorced, bored and out to fulfil strange sexual fantasies Apparently, when bored, divorced or single white women who are desperate for a naughty good time that no one will know about to judge them back at home where they are held in high esteem, they come to Kenya and other far flung parts of Africa. They stage-manage romantic affairs with the local studs whom they wine and dine while at it.recently ran a story on the Kenyan sex tourism phenomenon, detailing the story of a woman who, for obvious reasons, only identified herself as Bethan, 56 and her best friend Allie, 64 who were on their first holiday to Kenya.Double standards when it is male ‘mzungus’ as opposed to women Male sex tourism has for long been labelled as “exploitation” but very rarely is that said for female sex tourism. Take, for example, Bethan, the aforementioned woman interviewed by in their report.In her defence, she said: “It is a social arrangement. For as long as he stays with me he doesn’t pay for anything, and I (get) what I want – a good time.
“Unlike back in the day when only male mzungus used to participate in this, we now have females who take part.