Dating a sex worker
Due to trauma suffered by Rantsi while operating as a sex worker, she attends trauma counselling sessions arranged for her by the love of her life.
IF you've ever wondered what it would be like to date a sex worker, then a group of men who do just that have answered all your questions for you.
Thamae’s advice to other men is that sex workers are human beings and should be seen as human first before anything else.
“They deserve the happiness that can be found in love like everyone else,” he concluded.
One of the most difficult things about being a sex worker is finding a romantic partner. For disadvantaged people social stigma and discrimination are often intertwined with their daily lives.
Thamae works in the mines and contributes to her needs. When Thamae learnt how she made an income he did not try to force his girlfriend to leave her job.
There’s no reason why sex workers, particularly female sex workers can’t enjoy a relationship, counter to public perception. There was no one putting bread on the table for them, and as the eldest in the family, she felt the responsibility to provide:“I had to look for other means of survival and I had to drop out of school.