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This HIV-infected man was hired to have sex with children in Malawi as punishment


This HIV-infected man in his 40s has told how he makes a living by being paid to have sex with children.
Eric Aniva, who would not reveal his exact age, lives in the Nsanje district of southern Malawi where he works a sex worker.
His work - known as a "hyena" - is embedded into the sacred traditions of his village.
There, young women are regularly "cleansed" by having sex with a hyena, sometimes as punishment for an offence such as having an abortion.
A hyena's main duty is overseeing a coming-of-age ritual, where girls take part in sex over a three-day period after their first menstruation. 
This is to mark their passage from childhood to womanhood. If the girls refuse, it's believed, disease or some fatal misfortune could befall their families or the village as a whole.
Mr Aniva, speaking to the BBC, said:   "Most of those I have slept with are girls, school-going girls.
"Some girls are just 12 or 13 years old, but I prefer them older. All these girls find pleasure in having me as their hyena.
"They actually are proud and tell other people that this man is a real man, he knows how to please a woman."

But with one in 10 Malawians having HIV, the work of hyenas is riddled with the risk of spreading serious disease..

And Mr Aniva himself has HIV, but continues his work regardless.He is paid $4 to $5 by locals to perform the sex rituals.He claims to have slept with 104 women and girls

And village elders, who are responsible for organising the "cleansing", insist that they are necessary to "avoid infection with their parents or the rest of the community".

6 comments:

  1. Haa!! In this 21st century,so a community can be this backward.

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  2. What's the meaning of this nitori Olorun?

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  3. Rulers of darkness of this world! God save d men that wil later marry such girls few years to come

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  4. Ah!! In this age? This is absurd.

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  5. She just doesn't get and it prove BLM's point about the white culture in general! This is not going to go away until both sides of the coin have an honesty conversation about the true purpose of this movement. I believe the black culture has been very, very vulnerable. The white culture is in denial and will not take responsibility of their actions. Something has to change! Like Martin Luther King Jr, "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that.

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