A Moroccan government study, released last May, counts over 19,000 prostitutes in the seksuel sundhed klinik queenstown cities of Rabat, Agadir, Tangier and Fez.
Prostitution has become a major topic throughout Morocco since.A pile of condoms lies among hair accessories and medicine on the floor near where Souads friend, Madiha, sleeps with her jeg ønsker at have sex med en anden kvinde two children in a small apartment in Tangier.But most Moroccan men dont have money here; many are jobless, with unemployment at 10 percent nationally.Rachid, 30, a security guard in Rabat, Moroccos capital, is perhaps typical.Her mouth is swollen from a beating given her by a client after she tried to get him to pay for their sexual intercourse.In one of its reports, Assabah daily broadsheet asserts that in Casablanca alone there is about five thousands furnished houses and villas providing sexual services to European and Gulf tourists.The report which was compiled by the Moroccan coalition Goodwill ambassador Khalid Semmouni indicates close links between sex tourism, globalization and the opening of borders, adding that people are always bound to be attracted by what seems to be exotic.Selma, for one, scoffs at this paradox, refusing to care what those around her think or say about her work.Still, the Ministry of Health financially supports public medical centers and nongovernmental organizations where anyone, including sex workers, can get anonymous HIV screenings and other services without being turned in to the authorities.She rips off her long, traditional robe and headscarf and squeezes a green sweatshirt into her jeans, touching red lipstick to her lips, swollen and bruised by a recent beating from a client.She supports herself through sex work with a wealthy clientele and says she enjoys her life, which consists of daily trips to a popular nightclub in the Hassan district of Rabat.In another report, Assabah newspaper affirms that due to the reluctant alertness of the authorities in the biggest cities like voksen venskab med, da de sagde, ikke var anerkendende Marrakech, Agadir, Rabat and Casablanca sexual tourism networks have moved northward to cities like Tangiers and Tetouan.These same men often judge prostitutes as sinful and undesirable.Some use drugs or alcohol, like Souad who sometimes shares a joint with her peers in the dark corner of a café in Tangiers old medina.
In general, most child sex tourisms victims are children exposed to poverty, family breakdown, homelessness, child labour, trafficking, and adoption.
The streets are so dangerous d they abuse.
Souad says she finds her clients at the few remaining discotheques in town.
Al Morrakchia online news outlet almost daily reports a number of sex scandals in Marrakech and attributes the increase of this phenomenon to the lenience in Moroccan judiciary system towards sex criminals.