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According to recent research called Women Who Buy Sexual Services in the UK, more women are using male escort services than ever before.

In the UK alone, the number of male escorts advertising online has more than tripled in the past five years, showing a growing increase in demand for their services. Sowetan spoke to two male escorts we found online about their observations."Many of my clients are black, successful women," says Rodney, who refused to give his surname."They have money, drive nice cars and have nice houses. Most of them are professionals and executives, and they pay very well."And how do these high flyers procure their services as male escorts hardly stand on street corners advertising themselves? "Someone will respond to your ad, tell you what they want and, because we can travel, we can be at their house within an hour."Rodney, who is originally from Uganda, says he was introduced to the escort world by a Nigerian friend."He told me South African women [can] pay a lot of money for sex with us.

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Khanyisani Dlomo, The Witness Pietermaritzburg - A sex party enthusiast from Gauteng is fuming after he drove to Pietermaritzburg for a “sex party” that allegedly turned out to be a scam.

Sex workers spoke of their experience of being victimised by the police and health care workers.#HIVPlan One sex worker speaking of being raped & physically assaulted by a client after she asked he use a condom.

MK Ramaphosa adds it's fitting to launch this plan during human rights month to send a strong message not to violate the rights of sex workers.#HIVPlan Ramaphosa: Sex work is also work, it's a trade.

MK pic.twitter.com/Zf L6KVRkq1 Sanac, together with the health ministry and the social development department, today launched the national sex worker plan in Newtown to curb the rising prevalence of HIV among sex workers.