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Apparently due to the high level of poverty in the country, many teenage girls have resorted to prostitution as a way of life with uncalibrated consequences. They begin their trade just as darkness falls on Monrovia, and most of the city's half million inhabitant's return home to rest from their daily activities.
An army of teenage girls as young as 13, then set out to work as underage prostitutes, charging as little as 25 Liberian dollars per hour without using condoms by clients, who often abused them. In an interview with one of the girls, Musu Tamba in New Kru Town said she got in the streets at 13 after the death of her parents.
According to her, she currently lives with friends, most of whom, are surviving by engaging in prostitution, saying "So I decided to do it to sustain myself, because I don't have anybody to take care of me. She noted that at times if the market is rough, she has sex with 10 or 15 men at night, but when business is moving she served 20 customers before day. She about eight occupants in a room, they take turn to sleep on a single dingy mattress in the day, and then as night comes, head to the streets to work.
Musu disclosed that at times they get tired with the lifestyle they find themselves in because some of the clients come and carry them, have sex, and then beat on them, saying "sometimes we feel bad because people say lot of things about us; anywhere we go people make mockery of us. In the Freeport community, Bendu Wleh said prostitution is all around the world and that she can have sex with anybody as long as that person is willing to foot her bills.
Bendu however thinks a better way to life can be found, and appealed to the Government of Liberia and the United Nations to get them off the streets and provide skills as an alternative to the world's oldest profession.