Attitudes to casual sex range from conservative and religious views, the extreme of which may result in imprisonment or even capital punishment for sexual relations outside heterosexual marriage, to liberal or libertarian views, the extreme of which is free love.
During the sexual revolution in the United States and Europe in the 1960s and 1970s, social attitudes to sexual issues underwent considerable changes.
Some of the most popular traditional apps addressed the locally relevant “needs” of African society.
Kenya’s money-transfer application, M-Pesa, revolutionised day-to-day banking for millions in rural areas who do not have access to traditional banks.
For many, an advantage is the increased quality, quantity and frequency of sex.
Some swingers engage in casual sex to add variety into their otherwise conventional sex lives or for curiosity.
With 20% of Africa’s 1.1 billion-strong population now online, and 70% of internet users using mobile phones, the impact of applications is set to reverberate across social, political and economic spaces.Especially in cultures where sexual violence is such a taboo and is considered to affect both the woman’s and her family’s honor, sexual violence can result in the destruction of social structures, cultural cohesion and communities’ integrity.Seeing the long term psychological and social harm sexual violence results in, there is no doubt that this form of violence needs to be a priority for local as well as transnational and international organizations and actors.it used to be seen as “just” a byproduct of war, we have finally come to the realization that sexual violence is often used as a strategic tool during conflict.Especially after the rape of hundreds of thousands of women during the wars in Bosnia and Rwanda, increased action has been taken to December, Yasmin Sooka, Chair of the Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan, made a statement addressing the current state of South Sudan and the staggering number of rapes committed, allegedly by government forces.