9 best African countries to work as an escort.

9 best African countries to work as an escort

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Sex work is work

The cradle of mankind provides a safe haven to millions of sex workers who service local and international clientele in different parts of the continent. As the 16 days of activism nears its conclusion Erotic Africa decided to shine a spotlight on African countries where escorts  are free to work and in some cases authorities have even instituted policies and laws to safeguard sex workers.

Here are a few countries in Africa where commercial sex work thrives under the watch of authorities.

Senegal

Africa is infamous for getting many things wrong but on this Senegal is actually a model of how not only African countries but the world can get right when it comes to regulating sex work. Senegal is the only place in Africa where sex workers are regulated by the state. Once they prove they are at least 21 years old, register with the police, carry a valid health card, and test negative for sexually transmitted infections anyone is free to work legally as a sex worker in Senegal.

South Africa

This is Africa’s most liberal country when it comes to matter sex allowing even queers to work as sex workers. In 2006, South Africa legalized same-sex marriage becoming the first country in the continent to do so.

So free are gay people in South Africa that the country held its 12th annual Feather Awards, a glam celebration of LGBTIQ+ identity, on 11th November.

Rwanda

Majority of sex workers across the Africa are women and critics sometimes argue that the reason why the experience of many sex workers in much of Africa is negative, is due to men in positions of power propagating widespread criminalization of sex work, discrimination, stigma, violence against sex workers, and poor health-care systems. In Rwanda, women call the shots in many high profile positions and as such the country has one of the highest female representation, proportionally, of parliamentarians in the world and boost women friendly policies.

Botswana

In 2019, Botswana’s High Court  decriminalized homosexuality and rejected laws that imposed up to seven years in prison for same-sex relationships, stating they were unconstitutional.

Seychelles

If you love fucking girls then you have nothing to worry about in this island located 1,500 kilometers east of mainland East Africa. Today, same-sex acts are no longer illegal in Seychelles. Seychellois women have a reputation for being quite sexy owing to the fact that the majority of them are of mixed heritage from African, French, Indian and Chinese origin. The country has a few popular nightclubs mostly centered around Mahe and Praslin where you can hook up with escorts all night long.

Uganda

‘The pearl of Africa’ is one of those countries you can’t miss to visit in your sex-filled African adventure. Apart from authorities turning a blind eye and sometimes even working in cohorts with sex workers Ugandan women are champions in sex education and empowerment. While the rest of African countries lag behind in sex education, Ugandan women are masters of sex and girls and women undergo practical sex lessons by Ssenga before they get married.

Ethiopia

Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, has a number of red-light districts which attract locals and foreigners alike. Commercial sex work is not a legally recognized ‘profession’ in Ethiopia. However, most of the establishments where the sex workers operate from (hotels, bars/restaurants, night clubs etc.) operate legally with working licenses. 

Morocco

Selling sex is legal but soliciting in a public place is illegal. If you want to party and get laid,  Marrakesh is the place to be.

Gambia

Famous for its golden sand beaches, rich flora and fauna Gambia is also one of the popular sex tourism destination in Africa. working as a male escort is especially lucrative keeping in mind middle-aged Western women in search of long-term love, holiday romances and one night stands can’t get enough of ‘Gambian bumsters’.  

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