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Tete is a significant terminus on the routes to and from the Indian Ocean port of Beira.
The town is located in the thumb of Mozambique that juts out westward and presses up against Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
“Chinese tourists usually pay for a ‘worked girl’ and leave a gift,” she added.
Jane, a 44-year-old prostitute, who has been working in Beira town for nine years, defended the practice of using candlesticks to initiate her daughter into sex: “Why not? Far better than older men paining her later in sex.” When asked whether this practice was a violation of her daughter, she replied: “My daughter is my property.” Efraimo Hoso, an infectious diseases doctor who runs a health clinic in Beira, said he has seen an increase in genital warts and vaginal tears in 15-year-old girls who sell sex.
“My foster mother would push a blue candlestick laced with pepper into my vagina when I was 13,” said Bemusa, who agreed to be interviewed on condition that her real name was not used.
“Each time she scolded me, ‘you must bleed and lose it’.” When the sexual initiation failed, Bemusa’s aunt sent two boys to sleep with her to ensure she lost her virginity.
By the time Bemusa reached puberty, her aunt wanted the girl to join her as a sex worker on the streets of Beira, a city known for its faded colonial grandeur, busy port and sleazy nightlife.
“My aunt said, ‘lose that virginity, it’s a meal ticket’,” said Bemusa, who is now 18.
Bemusa now earns on average a day “on a good day” selling sex to truckers, foreign traders and Chinese tourists passing through Beira, a major trading point on the Mozambique Channel for goods coming in and out of Zimbabwe, Malawi and Zambia.
“At night they happily visit my girls,” said a brothel owner in Beira.
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Pimping is illegal in Mozambique, and there have been high-profile prosecutions of offenders.