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Omg! See Photos Of Nigerian Prostitutes Who Live Inside Poor Brothels Where Thousands Of Them Are HIV-positive

A new surge in the rise of HIV in Lagos has been attributed to the works of prostitutes who are spreading the virus to their clients.

A series of photographs taken in the slums of Lagos has shown the faces of s*x workers in living in squalid conditions, with many diagnosed with HIV each year. In this report by Dailymail, many of the s*x workers are said to be dying of AIDs yearly and yet the number of those entering the trade has continued to increase.
A survey conducted last year has also highlighted that attitudes towards condom use is helping the spread of the condition, and research suggests that nearly a quarter of Nigerian cex workers have HIV.
Here are pictures of the s*x workers taken by photographer Ton Koeneon in a Lagos slum named Badia which shows the poor condition of living many of the s*x workers are subjected to.
Girls as young as 14 are already selling their bodies for money in order to survive. The s*x workers entertain around five clients a day and it is estimated that 1.2million people in Lagos, Nigeria’s largest city are living with HIV.
Last year a study by the Iranian Journal of Public Health noted that the country has a 4.1 per cent HIV/AIDS prevalence rate in adults.
Thanks to investment and education, the study found, the rate had fallen from five per cent in the early 2000s, but it said there is still some way to go.
Three years ago, research by the Journal of the International AIDS Society found the prevalence among cex workers in Nigeria was 24.3 per cent.
Last year’s study said women often found they could not ask their husbands or boyfriends to wear condoms, and were not expected to carry them. One respondent, a 28-year-old marketing executive, said: ‘The problem is that you cannot even suggest the use of that thing to your boyfriend.
‘It’s like if you say it you are accusing him of sleeping around or that you are not sure of yourself. No matter which one, it can end the relationship and give you a bad name.’ 
It stated: ‘To confirm this cultural barrier to access to prevention tools, only one female respondent… has ever gone to buy a condom for her boyfriend, while all the other female respondents were of the view that they would not like their parents and spouses to see them with condoms.’
A 42-year-old father of three told researchers in the study: ‘Any woman, including my wife who tells her husband about it or gets it for them to use needs to be questioned. In short, she should be seriously sanctioned.’  

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