Sex for money in ghazni

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Contact Admin. In the culturally conservative country, women serving in the security forces say they face systemic sexual coercion and even rape by male colleagues. The image of Afghan women wearing police and army uniforms is meant to inspire pride and hope for a future where the rights of women will be protected in Afghanistan. So why would female police officers in the northern city of Mazar-e-Sharif be ashamed to admit they wear the badge?
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Prostitution in Afghanistan is illegal, with punishments ranging from 5 to 15 years imprisonment. Poverty has been identified has driving force behind increase in prostitution in Afghanistan. Under the former Taliban regime, prostitution existed clandestinely in Kabul, despite being outlawed due to the government following a very strict interpretation of the Islamic Sharia law. Melissa Ditmore reported in Encyclopedia of Prostitution and Sex Work that during their rule the traffic in women for prostitution had thrived. The practice of prostitution in Afghanistan is illegal, with punishments ranging from 5 to 15 years imprisonment and 80 lashes if unmarried. Prostitution is even more strictly prohibited by the Taliban, with those thought of having extramarital sex risking extrajudicial killing by cultural fundamentalists and Islamists. Prostitution in the country is claimed to be mostly driven by poverty and displacement.
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Prostitute in Ghazni

Contact Admin. In the culturally conservative country, women serving in the security forces say they face systemic sexual coercion and even rape by male colleagues. The image of Afghan women wearing police and army uniforms is meant to inspire pride and hope for a future where the rights of women will be protected in Afghanistan. So why would female police officers in the northern city of Mazar-e-Sharif be ashamed to admit they wear the badge? The woman, who asked not to give her name, says she tells most of her family that she works with a foreign aid organization.
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Contact Admin. Prostitution in Afghanistan is illegal, with punishments ranging from 5 to 15 years imprisonment. So much so that 'going to Mazar' has become a byword for Afghan men looking to pay for sex.