Sex with a fish

Duration: 9min 19sec Views: 1100 Submitted: 14.09.2020
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Julia Gunther. This series, made possible by a grant from the International Women's Media Foundation IWMF , looks at the skewed gender dynamics in the relationship between fishermen and female fish traders across southern Malawi, the reasons behind the so-called fish-for-sex trade, and its effects on those who engage in it. Women receive more fish if they agree to have unprotected sex, and because both the fishermen and fish traders move around in search of lucrative fishing areas or markets, the probability of contracting HIV is high. In many areas in Malawi, fish-for-sex is commonplace, although the manner in which it occurs often differs. Fishermen and fish traders, who almost only female, negotiate how many litres of fish should be traded for an hour or a night.

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Sex for fish sometimes referred to as "fish for sex" is a phenomenon in which female traders engage in sexual relationships with fishermen to secure their supply of fish. Along the beaches where the sex for fish practices have been observed, the fishermen do maintain several transactional sexual relationships with women at different beaches where they land with their fish. Sex for fish as a phenomenon is common in many low and middle income developing countries; however, the bulk cases have been observed in Sub-Saharan Africa's inland fisheries. The most vulnerable victims are economically disadvantaged women, e.