Alliance of Lesotho Sex Workers (ALSW)

Alliance of Lesotho Sex Workers (ALSW)

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mosebatho

Maseru, Lesotho

#1 Dec 16, 2011
Forumists, we have set up an association for people working in this industry after realisation of absence of a voice that speaks for them. We plan to march very soon to raise awareness about our pleight. The funny part is that most of our clients are the very top brass that refuses to recognise us.

We have a membership of 800 women and 900 men across the country. the problem is that most of them do not want to be known for fear of stigmatisation.

please support us

Mosebatho
Chairwoman
desk

Maseru, Lesotho

#2 Dec 17, 2011
thumb up!re joetse date hee mosy.

“Sekotaki se hloahloa sa Maama”

Since: Sep 10

Ha ke le Qekise nna!

#3 Dec 17, 2011
mosebatho wrote:
Forumists, we have set up an association for people working in this industry after realisation of absence of a voice that speaks for them. We plan to march very soon to raise awareness about our pleight. The funny part is that most of our clients are the very top brass that refuses to recognise us.
We have a membership of 800 women and 900 men across the country. the problem is that most of them do not want to be known for fear of stigmatisation.
please support us
Mosebatho
Chairwoman
Fotsek uena ka mamina a matala! nxa!
Benasto

East London, South Africa

#4 Dec 17, 2011
Butle, how is ths related to what took place Maseru mabone moo sex dealers/ Likoena li neng li entse boipalaetso?
mosebatho

Maseru, Lesotho

#5 Dec 19, 2011
Benasto wrote:
Butle, how is ths related to what took place Maseru mabone moo sex dealers/ Likoena li neng li entse boipalaetso?
that is part of the ongoing protests that we are going to launch. people do not seem to understand this industry yet so many of them are clients of the trade.

we as service providers are prepared to now put a new dimension to our business

“Botle bo bokalo ba monna”

Since: Mar 10

Ha o cha o cheche

#6 Dec 19, 2011
mosebatho wrote:
Forumists, we have set up an association for people working in this industry after realisation of absence of a voice that speaks for them. We plan to march very soon to raise awareness about our pleight. The funny part is that most of our clients are the very top brass that refuses to recognise us.
We have a membership of 800 women and 900 men across the country. the problem is that most of them do not want to be known for fear of stigmatisation.
please support us
Mosebatho
Chairwoman
Just for clarity sake, what do you want to achieve? Thekiso ya kuku? or what?

“Swalakahla”

Since: Sep 10

Ka hare ho batho

#7 Dec 19, 2011
mosebatho wrote:
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that is part of the ongoing protests that we are going to launch. people do not seem to understand this industry yet so many of them are clients of the trade.
we as service providers are prepared to now put a new dimension to our business
Nna hake utlwisise nthwe rekiswang le ka mafifi. Ho bontsha hore ha ya loka. haeba ehlike e lokile, e tlameha hore re bone na re reka eng tsatsi ntse le chabile, motsheare. Ha e qala e rekiswa bosiu, ebile e rekisetswa dicorneng. Nkase e support, ha ke rate stolen goods!

“Botle bo bokalo ba monna”

Since: Mar 10

Ha o cha o cheche

#8 Dec 19, 2011
mosebatho wrote:
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as service providers are prepared to now put a new dimension to our business
which service do you provide?
mosebatho

Maseru, Lesotho

#9 Dec 19, 2011
Chitja wa Botha Bothe wrote:
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Just for clarity sake, what do you want to achieve? Thekiso ya kuku? or what?
we want full recognition of our business in short. with that recognition comes alot of benefits such as reduction of HIV as programmes will be put in place, standards of service and quality controls.

For us it means better working environment and less harrassment by the law enforcement agents. this is just but a few examples. I have prepared a paper that will be submitted to authorities

“Botle bo bokalo ba monna”

Since: Mar 10

Ha o cha o cheche

#10 Dec 19, 2011
mosebatho wrote:
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we want full recognition of our business in short. with that recognition comes alot of benefits such as reduction of HIV as programmes will be put in place, standards of service and quality controls.
For us it means better working environment and less harrassment by the law enforcement agents. this is just but a few examples. I have prepared a paper that will be submitted to authorities
In other words you want to promote bohlola, botekatsi le bofebe naheng e ntle e ya Basotho?
Does this mean you do not have any other source of income?
Do you feel good when families are broken because of this bussiness that you so much cherish?
Why don't you seek proper employement from some of us that will help you instead od sending the entire nation to the abyss?
mojita

Johannesburg, South Africa

#11 Dec 19, 2011
mosebatho wrote:
<quoted text>
we want full recognition of our business in short. with that recognition comes alot of benefits such as reduction of HIV as programmes will be put in place, standards of service and quality controls.
For us it means better working environment and less harrassment by the law enforcement agents. this is just but a few examples. I have prepared a paper that will be submitted to authorities
Ka mantsoe amang o batla tokolho ea ho hoeba ka nnyoana le makoalata?

“None”

Since: Jul 10

Pretoria

#12 Dec 20, 2011
Can somebody PLEASE give me a rational, reasonable explanation? I was always under the impression that prostitution is another form of women abuse. I was always under the impression that women get to prostitution because they are forced by circumstances and lack of guidance. I don't remember any girl child at school aspiring to become a prostitute. I have watched a lot of documentaries on prositution, and I don't remember one where a well-educated woman who had other job opportunities, chose to rather be a prostitute.

“None”

Since: Jul 10

Pretoria

#13 Dec 20, 2011
I honestly believe prostitution is the worst form of abuse against women and as a result, these poor women should be counseled and be taught about other ways of making money.
Mookamedi Mokoteli

Centurion, South Africa

#14 Dec 20, 2011
Tau you wont believe who are the Prostetutes in South Africa, Particularly in Bloemfontein. I assure you that even University students are the majority, and lately Kids as young as 11 are prostetutes and what i dont understand is that in some cases its a case of Greed from students to live beyond their means, in other cases its drug addiction, the list is endless, and worse in some cases its to spread the disease(HIV)which shocked them when they realised that they have been infected by the people they loved.

“Swalakahla”

Since: Sep 10

Ka hare ho batho

#15 Dec 20, 2011
Initially girls were forced into prostitution by pimps, pimps being people who introduced them to drugs untill they became dependent on them.

Once hooked they end up taking drugs on credit, of which they did not have money to pay. So to satisfy their gratifications, they had to work for the drug lord aka Pimp. Therefor selling their bodies in exchange for drugs and settling their bill.

But now the tend have changed. There was suddenly a need for girls to want to live the high class life, & life above their means , like u said. which intails, clubbing, drinking,eating meat everyday. tltltltlt! which is not that different from drugs, as they also have satisfy their gratifucations.

These like drug dependency needs counseling. It doesn't have to be made legal, as drugs are not legal.

Ntho tsena ke dia thoteng di bapile. batla rekisa kuku, ba tawe, ba qetelle ba jane boloto, ba spreata HIV le AIds. ha re ska supportang manyampetla plz!

“sthibaliciously sexy”

Since: Nov 07

Location hidden

#16 Dec 20, 2011
mosebatho o bua hantle.

Ha e ne e se ka batho bana, mapolesa le maparamente a mang a n'a ka fumana kae service e joalo? Bang ba bile ba fuoa discount, le sekoloto.

Since: Aug 09

Pretoria, South Africa

#17 Dec 20, 2011
Bothata ke hore mmusa ha uthole TAX moo cheleteng ya bona jwale haubone molemo wa u tshehetsa Industeri e sa thusing moruwang wa naha.

empa he ha ke hlotswe ke sebe mme ka reka thethana ha ubolele hore ke tlameha jwalo ke ilo thusa ka toitoi ya bo makgosha!

“Swalakahla”

Since: Sep 10

Ka hare ho batho

#18 Dec 21, 2011
Kwalepe wrote:
Bothata ke hore mmusa ha uthole TAX moo cheleteng ya bona jwale haubone molemo wa u tshehetsa Industeri e sa thusing moruwang wa naha.
empa he ha ke hlotswe ke sebe mme ka reka thethana ha ubolele hore ke tlameha jwalo ke ilo thusa ka toitoi ya bo makgosha!


U need to stand up for what u bliv in abuti. Joina mqhanqhalasoor ha o satla eja lekgale, kaha o tlwaetse ho e reka!

Since: Aug 09

Pretoria, South Africa

#19 Dec 21, 2011
Honkha Phu wrote:
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U need to stand up for what u bliv in abuti. Joina mqhanqhalasoor ha o satla eja lekgale, kaha o tlwaetse ho e reka!
e bile le sekoloto ke se ke sefumana.....take away ha kesa epatala ho hang!

“Swalakahla”

Since: Sep 10

Ka hare ho batho

#20 Dec 21, 2011
Kwalepe wrote:
<quoted text>e bile le sekoloto ke se ke sefumana.....take away ha kesa epatala ho hang!
o so tlwaetse ho reka moya atsea. didenkie eno ha e buyiswe lekgowa man! Ke mahalalo!

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