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Prostitution, brothels and homosexuality are all illegal in PNG, and women and men who choose to sell sex do so at their own risk and outside the health, security and other controls that regulate sex industries in other countries.
Bertha, a bright energetic and seemingly kindly woman in her 40s, is matter-of-fact about her role, and equally comfortable negotiating prices for girls with customers as she is dispensing condoms and 'safe sex' advice to her young stable of teenagers A USAID 2010 survey on this sector of the PNG community revealed that although many hide their sex work from their families and the community, more than a third reported being shunned by their loved ones, and the same proportion were denied medical treatment when a nurse or doctor learned what they did for a living.
'I don't think these are good men.'More than 100 women of varying ages use this guesthouse's rooms for sex work (priced at K50/hour (A) or K150/overnight (A), according to the establishments owner, who spoke openly on the condition his name was not published.
Although free condoms are provided in the rooms and the bed sheets washed after each use, he says it is up to the parties involved to protect themselves from disease.
'I came in here and I started drinking beer and going with the men. I'm still drinking beer like this but I'm trying my best to change myself and not be like this. I have no husband and that's why I'm f***ing around.
Sometimes I regret it, sometimes I enjoy myself with my friends. One of the catalysts for Susan's choice of work dates back to early in her 'career' .
Some of these women alleged they were raped repeatedly by drunken police in uniform during the next three days before community workers managed to raise bail of about K2000 (A0) and secure their release.
Greying, ill-fitting sheets barely cover the bed in one room, where a small bedside cabinet was empty except for eight condoms placed on top.Despite the ever-present threat of HIV/AIDS, with the most recent reports suggest rates are increasing at almost 30% a year in parts of PNG, grinning potential customers wait to take the young sex workers to a private room 'If a girl goes skin-on-skin she is not thinking about her life,' says Bertha.But she also points out that many girls who insist on using condoms will simply be raped without one anyway, and often beaten up as well.The same survey showed almost 80 per cent of sex workers had been sexually abused in the previous year, 70 per cent had been raped in the few months leading up to the survey and about half had been raped multiple times in that period.The rapes were mainly by customers (63 per cent), but the girls' regular boyfriends or husbands were almost as often the culprits (61 per cent), followed by members of the country's notorious street gangs, known as Rascals (31 per cent).
Bertha, aged in her 40s, is matter-of-fact about the role she plays in the young girls' lives as she negotiates the prices customers will pay for sex with them and dispenses condoms and 'safe sex' advice.