A pioneering study of three common forms of prostitution in nairobi malaya prostitution was predicated on womens ability to sell access to a room to male clients wherein women performed domestic tasks for men including sex watembezi or streetwalker prostitution was common among homeless women who did not have access to a residence wazi wazi referred to immigrant women from northwestern tanzania and uganda who came to nairobi and made offers to men while sitting outside . The comforts of home prostitution in colonial nairobi white luise isbn 9780226895079 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. This book is about the history of prostitution in a city in british colonial africa nairobi women saw prostitution as a reliable means of capital accumulation not as a despicable fate or a temporary strategy indeed whether a woman invested in urban real estate for herself or bought goats for her father did not seem to have been a personal or a cultural decision the work of prostitutes was family labor dieser text bezieht sich auf eine andere ausgabe. Elizabeth schmidt luise white the comforts of home prostitution in colonial nairobi chicago university of chicago press 1990 pp xiii 285 cloth 3495. The book the comforts of home prostitution in colonial nairobi luise white is published by university of chicago press the comforts of home prostitution in colonial nairobi white all chicago e books are on sale at 30 off with the code ebook30
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