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Sex work is widespread in Mombasa which has high levels of poverty and illiteracy and large numbers of international tourists, truckers and sailors.HIV prevalence is about seven percent, slightly lower than the national prevalence of 7.4 percent. Anne Jambi, patrolling Mombasa’s Moi Avenue, told IRIN/Plus News that she always used condoms when she had sex with askaris, but Sue Pekeshe said she could not remember whether she had used a condom during a recent encounter with a watchman because she was drunk at the time.We’re sharing some truly awkward sex stories to make you feel less alone!

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The young women are sex workers and Omwenga “rents” them the alley for a few minutes at a time as a cheaper alternative than paying for hotel rooms.

At the end of the evening, the women either pay him a cut of their earnings or, more frequently, offer him sex.

Hard to reach The odd hours that askaris work have made it difficult to reach them with HIV services.

“Most of these guards are not easily accessible because of the demanding nature of their jobs,” said Dr Esther Gitambo, the provincial director of medical services.

“Watchmen are the most complicated to deal with,” he said.

“Some say their company policies don’t allow them to speak to strangers, especially when they are on duty, a good example being those watching over huge business premises like banks.” APHIA II is now working with companies that employ watchmen to introduce workplace programmes that encourage behaviour change, such as condom distribution and workshops on preventing HIV.

Admit it, even while you’re deep in the middle of some primo bad sex, in the back of your mind, you know you’ll be sharing this epic fail with your friends sometime down the road.

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