Recently a page on Facebook called "Campus Divas For Rich Men" posted a slogan on the page; "Money Can Buy Us". It's basically a flesh-peddling market place with willing sellers and buyers, obviously giving the age-old Koinange street a run for its money.
It's a thigh-mongers paradise for all intents and purposes!
On this page, all the goods are on display, including details the sellers. And it seems organized too, there are pimps or managers if you please.."If you want her, hit our inbox".
Now, that's a structured business right there!
This is not one of those armchair morality doses being handed out, it's a quest to get to the bottom of the matter. How did we get to this point? Less than 10 years ago, even campus girls would pretend they have no clue how to spell S-E-X. Now it's a free for all food fight, no holds barred, no hostages taken, or so we think.
The ladies are obviously young, with the girl-next-door looks and still pursuing their studies; with the oldest so far being 25 years old.. Anyone above 26 does not 'qualify'. Then there is one who is still in high school at 16 years and still dabbling in these miry waters.
Even the administrators of the page told the teenager to finish her studies first, ironically!
So a lot of things jump at me as I go through the page, leaving me wondering about a lot of things.
Since when did sex move to being part of the syllabus in colleges and universities? It has all along been a side show but now, it's the main agenda!
The girls obviously have their requirements but everyone gets a shot; such as married men, 30 years old and above, Luo men, white men, divorced men, etc with HIV tests being a mandatory activity. The one main thing is that all must be TYCOONS!
The administrators insist for all sufferers to keep off, serious buyers only!
Given their various definitions of beauty, there is quite a number of 'buyers' who pin their phone numbers on the pictures of the girls they desire.
One interesting thing is that even the administrators complain about the quality of pictures they receive from some of the girls. Even they want studio pictures of the flesh they intend to peddle on the page!
There is a need for quick cash, quick releases and unbridled experiences, so the presentation of the goodies up for sale needs to be made as good as possible!
So here is a supermarket or a yard sale.. What is the situation? Do we lack love as a society? Are these young women not afraid of how their families and friends see them? Are we really that hungry for money? Are we morally loose? How did we get here?
The Divas only want rich men. Does that mean the broke ones can't get love? Weren't the tycoons once broke boys who worked their way up?
What values are these that we're holding on to?
Balls erm.., ball is in your court!