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"I Sleep with More than 20 Men a Night." Teen Prostitution Grows in Monrovia - New Narratives
Front Page Africa Rose is 15, and has been selling sex for money since the final chapter of the war in , when she was eight. Rose is one of a dozen teenage girls, scrawny and bruised, huddle d here around the glow of a candle in a generator room off Center Street. About a hundred of them take turns sleeping on a single dingy mattress during the day before heading to the streets to work at night. Beaten and robbed by their customers, they are forced to have sex with more men and boys to make enough money to survive.
“I Sleep with More than 20 Men a Night.” Teen Prostitution Grows in Monrovia
Share via Email Making a stand: She can still remember the first time she saw a girl taken from her home village. She was 11 years old. They wanted to know where the pretty one was, the girl with freckles. We all knew who that was.