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When Sex Threatened the StateIllicit Sexuality, Nationalism, and Politics in Colonial Nigeria, 1900-1958$
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Saheed Aderinto

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780252038884

Published to Illinois Scholarship Online: April 2017

DOI: 10.5406/illinois/9780252038884.001.0001

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Prostitution and Trafficking in the Age of HIV/AIDS

Prostitution and Trafficking in the Age of HIV/AIDS

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(p.170) Epilogue Prostitution and Trafficking in the Age of HIV/AIDS
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When Sex Threatened the State
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Saheed Aderinto

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University of Illinois Press
DOI:10.5406/illinois/9780252038884.003.0009

This epilogue links the colonial history of sexuality with the contemporary politics of HIV/AIDS and girl-child trafficking in Nigeria. The continuity and change in the institutional response to illicit sexuality mirrored the transformative process in the core structures of Nigeria's political and economic ordering. Unlike in the 1940s, when the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) and the CWO were chiefly responsible for policing prostitution, postcolonial Nigeria witnessed the emergence of new organizations like the National Agency for the Prohibition of Traffic in Persons (NAPTIP), which monitors sexual exploitation of underage girls. Indeed, the character, intensity, and composition of regulatory agencies have changed to meet the new challenges of urbanization, HIV/AIDS, underdevelopment, and the globalization of sex in post-independence Nigeria.

Keywords:   sexuality, girl-child trafficking, HIV/AIDS, prostitution, postcolonial Nigeria, sexual exploitation, regulatory agencies

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