Malawi Man Hired to Have Sex With Children

BBC-compressed(BBC News) In some remote southern regions of Malawi, it’s traditional for girls to be made to have sex with a paid sex worker known as a “hyena” once they reach puberty. The act is not seen by village elders as rape, but as a form of ritual “cleansing”. However, as Ed Butler reports, it has the potential to be the opposite of cleansing – a way of spreading disease.

I meet Eric Aniva in the dusty yard of his three-room shack in Nsanje district in southern Malawi. Goats and chickens graze in the dirt outside. Wearing a grimy green shirt, and walking with a pronounced limp (he’s been lame in one leg since birth, he says), he greets me enthusiastically. He seems to like the idea of media attention.

Aniva is by all accounts the pre-eminent “hyena” in this village. It’s a traditional title given to a man hired by communities in several remote parts of southern Malawi to provide what’s called sexual “cleansing”. If a man dies, for example, his wife is required by tradition to sleep with Aniva before she can bury him. If a woman has an abortion, again sexual cleansing is required.

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  • Grace Kim Kwon

    Where there is no Judeo-Christian education, sick barbarism persists and spreads and deepens. The man is lying. All children have the God-given built-in nature that seeks innocence, purity, and everything that is noble. All Earthlings know that intimacy is right only within marriage between one man and one woman and that everything else is an abuse and depravity. Evil cultures cripple humanity. Rich perv landlords victimized poor peasants before in many places like this region of Malawi, and once any evil culture sets in, even cannibalism is accepted by a society.

    The Christian West beat up the barbaric Non-West, but today De-christianized West forces sicker thing than this upon the global children. All Bible-literate Christians must fight against barbarisms of mankind. Fortunately, not all evils overlap always everywhere on earth. The Church can uphold God’s truth and rescue the victims in each culture by bringing the light of Christ. Barbaric diet and barbaric sexual customs lower the IQ and further the damages in the society. The Church must bring the Christian education into the world. The Gospel of Jesus Christ and the Bible education is the only way out of barbarism. Secularism only produces prostitutes and playboys.

  • Nidalap

    Sick and barbaric, right? And just where certain factions in our own nation want us to go too…

    • Jalapeno

      Who exactly do you think wants paid child molestation?

      • Nidalap

        In a world where morality is said to be relative, it IS the price you pay…

        • Jalapeno

          Non-Christians can have moral standards too, you know.

          • Nidalap

            I keep hearing that. You yourself even believe it most likely.
            When the whole ‘gay marriage’ thing first started, you didn’t think it would mean that EVERY perversion would demand the same acceptance.
            Here we are though. Can’t even want to go to the restroom with only our own sex in there without being a bigot.
            Folks trying to get pedophilia removed from the mental illness list.
            Pedophiles coming out loud and proud, demanding understanding, citing websites where we bigots can go educate ourselves…
            We call them slippery slopes for a reason. We’ve slid this far. We’ll slide farther yet…

          • Jalapeno

            ” You yourself even believe it most likely.”

            So…you think that the only morality comes from Christianity? Interesting.

          • Nidalap

            And you believe that there is no slippery slope? Sad…

          • Jalapeno

            No, I don’t believe that expanding protections to people based on sexual orientation means that people are immoral, nor does it mean that we’re going to allow molestation of children.

            Slippery slope arguments require something more than “I don’t like people not following MY morality”.

          • Nidalap

            ::Shrugs:: You say you can be moral, but don’t like it when Christians follow their faith.
            Ah yes. It’s isn’t YOUR morality, is it now? 🙂

          • Jalapeno

            ” but don’t like it when Christians follow their faith.”

            Not true at all.

          • Nidalap

            ::Quirks one eyebrow:: Must be my mistake then! 🙂

          • TheKingOfRhye

            When “following their faith” means attempting to deny others their rights, you’re darn right I, for one, don’t like it.

          • Oberon

            I have one or two problems with this.
            Cute that you slip the words “every perversion” in there thinking everyone will just let it go by.
            Homosexuality isn’t perversion.
            “Only our own sex” – so I gather you reject the concept of transgenderism? Well, when the lawmakers are on the side of science rather than one branch of a particularly narrow understanding of Christianity, that’s how it goes.
            Maybe pedophilia isn’t a mental illness, although I believe it is. But if it’s found out that it isn’t, nothing is going to change because children are still going to be innocent and protected because they cannot consent. Really curious who the people you are suggesting are going to push for the abuse of children becoming legitimized.
            That, sir, is the part of the slippery slope argument you are missing.
            Homosexuals and transgendered people being treated with dignity and respect isn’t slippery slope, it’s progress.

          • Amos Moses

            “Maybe pedophilia isn’t a mental illness, although I believe it is. But if it’s found out that it isn’t, nothing is going to change because children are still going to be innocent and protected because they cannot consent.”

            Yep …… i have had people proclaim to me marijuana would never be legal …. that homo-marriage would never be legal or that it would not affect christians …… or churches or preaching in those churches ………. and it is a lie ………. and so is what you are saying …………

            and it is not a “slippery slope” ……………. it is a cliff …… and it has been jumped off of ……. the abyss lays before us ………..

          • Oberon

            Homosexual marriage doesn’t affect Christians. That is not a lie, it is true.

          • Amos Moses

            Sorry ……. it already is in Canada ……. the US is close on their heels ………

            Man Arrested for Quoting Bible on Homosexual Sin
            Jul 9, 2013 … Man Arrested for Quoting Bible on Homosexual Sin … Supreme Court Rules Bible as ‘Hate Speech’ in Canada … also about any kind of sex outside of marriage between one man and one woman, as well as lustful thoughts.

            In 1995, Trinity applied for permission to have their fifth year certified. The College of Teachers sent two committees to investigate, and both of them recommended approval of the program. But the College of Teachers overruled their own committees, and denied approval of the University’s fifth year education program, arguing that the University’s morality clause would produce discriminatory teachers. They presented no evidence of that position and lost all three court cases. Trinity had to spend $1.5 million on the case and only was able to recoup $168,000 from the College of Teachers. Trinity still has to prove to the College that they provide “anti-oppression pedagogy” courses to maintain certification of their education program.

            In May 2002, a Catholic high school in Whitby, Ontario, was forced by the Ontario Supreme Court to allow a homosexual student, Marc Hall, to take his boyfriend to the graduation prom, even though the church-run school has strict prohibitions against condoning any kind of homosexual behaviour.

            Since 2003, Christians who publicly disagreed with homosexuality became the targets of persecution and tyranny. This accelerated after June 28, 2005 when Canada’s parliament passed a law to abolish the true definition of marriage.

            Oct 2003: Just 3 months after British Columbia legalizes homosexual marriage, a lesbian couple files a human rights complaint against a Roman Catholic men’s organization for refusing to rent them a hall for their same-sex “wedding.” The BC Human Rights Tribunal demands that the Knights of Columbus award the lesbian couple $2000 damages “for injury to their dignity, feelings and self-respect”. This ruling gives homosexuals an invented, special right that ordinary Canadians do not have: the right to not be offended. Say goodbye to freedom of religion, Knights!

            Dec 2003: Chris Kempling, a BC educator, is cited by BC’s College of Teachers for ‘professional misconduct’ and has his teaching license suspended for a month. His crime? While off duty, on his personal time, he wrote to a local newspaper outlining Christian teaching on homosexuality. Kempling was subsequently suspended for 3 months for appearing as a witness before parliament, during the federal debate on SSM. Kempling spent well over $100,000 appealing the teaching suspension through Canada’s court system. Say goodbye to freedom of speech, Chris!

            July 2004:Changing minds: Former gays meet resistance at NEA convention

            February 2005: Philly Five Freed from Undue Charges
            A Philadelphia judge on Thursday dismissed all criminal charges against the four Christians arrested for quoting Bible verses during a homosexual fair last October, prompting praise from Christian rights advocates across the nation.

            Jun 2004: Calgary Bishop Fred Henry is contacted by the Canadian government’s Customs and Revenue Agency. He is threatened with the possibility of losing his church’s charitable tax status. This was in response to a pastoral letter written by the Bishop to his flock, in which he pointed out that it was wrong of a Catholic political leader to support abortion and gay marriage legislation.

            Sep 16 2004: The same day that an activist judge legalizes SSM in Manitoba, letters were sent to all 600 of Manitoba’s marriage commissioners informing them that they must be prepared to perform the ceremony for homosexual partners or turn in their licences. This was a clear violation of their human rights (religious freedom, conscience), as guaranteed in Canada’s Charter of Rights & Freedoms.

            Nov 3 2004: In Port Coquitlam, BC, David Hauser alleges he is fired from his day job at Costco due to his Catholic beliefs on homosexuality. A member of the Knights of Columbus, he was the person in charge of renting the fraternity’s hall for weddings and other events, and was involved in denying two lesbians the facility for their same-sex “wedding.” The lesbian who was denied the use of the hall was a co-worker of Hauser’s. Hauser alleges his firing was punishment for denying the Catholic hall to the lesbians. The boss who dismisses him is also openly gay, and a friend of the lesbian activist who filed the complaint against Hauser. With the dismissal, Hauser, a father of two, is unable to find other work and risks losing his home.

            Nov 2004: The Saskatchewan Department of Justice instructs marriage commissioners they will be required to conduct same-sex ceremonies, regardless of their religious beliefs. This follows the Nov 5th ruling by an activist judge that traditional marriage “violates the Charter of Rights”.

            Jan 2005: Seven Newfoundland marriage commissioners are forced to resign after an activist judge orders all commissioners to perform same-sex “weddings” or face dismissal. Justice Derek Green had imposed SSM on Dec 21 2004, by judicial fiat.

            Mar 2005: In an attempt to take away an outspoken religious leader’s right to free speech and religious freedom, a gay activist files a human rights complaint against Calgary’s Catholic Bishop, Rev. Fred Henry, for writing a pastoral letter to his own flock, outlining the opposition of the Catholic Church to SSM. The Bishop is forced to spend thousands of dollars defending himself,and has his reputation pummeled in the media.

            May 2 2005: A Saskatchewan man, Bill Whatcott, is charged by a human rights tribunal with alleged “hate speech” and ordered to pay $17,500 in damages to several homosexuals who complained of “hurt feelings”. His alleged crime was distributing a flyer in Regina which contained warnings against the dangers of a homosexual lifestyle. In true “thought police” fashion, the tribunal imposes a “lifetime speaking ban” on Whatcott, preventing him from ever again speaking publicly against homosexuality. Amazingly, the Saskatchewan appeal court subsequently upholds this ludicrous violation of Whatcott’s Charter right to free speech.

            Jun 28 2005: Against the will of the majority of Canadian the ruling federal Liberal government abolishes the true definition of marriage and family across the nation by ramming through Bill C-38, an act to redefine marriage. The unelected judges deliver a lightning fast ruling which makes it clear they did not even bother to read the overwhelming amount of testimony and social science research presented during the trial against the redefinition of marriage and family. Immediately following this federal law, the homosexual lobby begins to assert itself aggressively into the public education system, demanding that their lifestyle be presented and normalized to all children, under the auspices of “human rights”. The soft language of “tolerance” formerly used by gay-activists and their media allies begins to fade away and is replaced by regular charges of “bigotry” against traditional marriage supporters.

          • http://biblewordstudy.org Adam in Christ

            You know Amos, I had an interesting thought concerning what you posted.

            So this guy in Canada and many others are getting arrested, imprisoned, and fined over quoting the Bible on homosexuality being sin.

            Well — where are all of the “gay christians” stepping up and telling the law that they’re wrong?? After all, according to them, the Bible doesn’t condemn homosexuality!

            So in that case (again: according to them), these people are being falsely charged.

            – – – – – – –

            Hmm…

          • Amos Moses

            Adam, reference your conversation with DMS the other day ….. listened to this last night and tonight ……. see what you think ………

            ptlnetwork;com/the-prophets-speak/ Replace the ; with a .

            Check out the two by Derek Gilbert ……….. Let me know ……..

          • http://biblewordstudy.org Adam in Christ

            Hi, Amos.

            Just wanted to respond and say that I got your message. I’m now about to sit down and check out Derek Gilbert’s prophecies.

            I’ll let you know what I think of them here after a while, brother.

          • Amos Moses

            Not really prophecies …… it is more history ……. but interesting ……. thnx ..

          • Amos Moses

            If you have Amazon Prime …….. check out “Inhuman: the next and final phase of man is here” ….. just made available on Amazon Prime movies … hope things are going well with you ….

          • Oberon

            I visit Canada often. It is fine there. No problems.
            And I’m not sure where you cut and pasted this list from but most of those examples are a result of homosexuals retaliating after first being harrassed by right wing Christians (not the normal ones whom I have no problem with).

          • Amos Moses

            Not if you are a christian ……….. and you speak biblical truth ……….

          • Oberon

            What that sounds like to me is one of the logical fallacies.

          • Amos Moses

            Sounds to me like you are not a christian ………….

          • Oberon

            Sounds a lot like no true Scotsman to me.

          • Amos Moses

            So ……… there is “No True Scotsman” in theology, the bible or christianity ………. so FAIL …….

          • Oberon

            None of the logical fallacies are in the Bible, they’re not about the Bible, they are about poor arguments. When you claim to be a superior Christian to another Christian, that is No True Scotsman. This happens constantly when Christians fight with each other. Both want to claim Biblical superiority, but they logically can’t both do that.

          • Amos Moses

            So take your poor argument elsewhere……. Has nothing to do ….. Nor is it applicable to christianity or the bible …..

          • Oberon

            It isn’t a poor argument, it’s a perfectly good one, in that it exposes Christian supremacists masking as Christians.

          • Amos Moses

            It is not part of theology, scripture or the bible ………….. does not apply ………. change your name again Ronnie …. if you want to make a scriptural, biblical or theological argument …… then make one …….. but your “fallacies” have no place here ………

          • Oberon

            Arguments can exist outside of the Bible without being part of the Bible, and I’m not Ronnie.

          • Amos Moses

            But we are here talking about scripture and how it applies to salvation ……….. and you are Ronnie ………..

          • Oberon

            No, I am not Ronnie, and you are not a Christian. If you are, you are a poor example of one. Christian one-upmanship is the subject. Not salvation.

          • Amos Moses

            The only issue here is salvation …………. FAIL …….

          • Oberon

            Then why the huge rant about homosexuals?

          • Amos Moses

            What “huge” rant ………… and homosexuals are lost ……… they are not saved ….. they will not be saved until they have repentance ……. how do you repent if you do not know what of to repent …..

          • Oberon

            What would you like homosexuals to repent of? They cannot form attractions to the opposite sex, are you wanting to punish them for that?

          • Amos Moses

            “What would you like homosexuals to repent of?”

            Sorry …….. you seem to be mistaken ……… its not about me ………. it is about Christ ….. and their salvation ………

          • Becky

            You have one or two problems with his comment? Where do you think you are? This is a Christian news site! Why you’re even here replying they way you are is just ridiculous.

          • TheKingOfRhye

            Someone’s not allowed to “have one or two problems” with a comment here?

          • Nidalap

            “But if it’s found out that it isn’t, nothing is going to change because children are still going to be innocent and protected because they cannot consent.”

            That sounds to me like an argument you make to make yourself feel better. Just a mantra to repeat so you don’t have to see the truth.
            Who’s going to do this protecting? Who says these children can’t consent, and what’s to stop them from saying differently tomorrow?
            The children in this story are just as innocent. Were they protected by their inability to consent?

            You are trusting the safety of children in the hands of those who see morality as a very malleable substance…

          • Oberon

            There’s no mantra here. The children here were not protected and should have been. But no government is going to mandate child abuse, and you make it sound like the “perverts”, whom I assume to be people you don’t like, are trying to make that happen.

            I can’t speak for Malawi, it sounds quite backwards in many respects. But in the civilized world, no, no one’s ever going to abuse children and have the government back it.

          • Nidalap

            Ah! That’s a handy term, “abuse”. But we’ve all seen such terms be re-defined, now haven’t we just?
            “Civilized”, another handy term people like to throw around.

            The way this gets done in “civilized” societies is to encourage children to engage in this behavior themselves at ever earlier ages. Once that’s accomplished, they’ve not only established that they obviously CAN consent, but also that we just can’t realistically stop it from happening now.
            Just baby steps from there to establishing it as a “civil right” for children to “choose” to do this with whomever can convince them it’s a good idea.

            Very big on civil rights, these societies. Must be what makes them “civilized”…

          • Oberon

            You are making quite a serious charge here, reducing the age of consent to allow the systemic abuse of children. Interestingly you aren’t coming right out and accusing anyone of doing so except to say “folks”. I really want to know. What “folks” do you refer to? Entire governments? Or homosexuals, or what?
            Children have always been seen as innocent and unable to consent, and I don’t see that changing. Moreover, I don’t see any group making the PROPOSAL that it be changed, because they’d instantly be vilified by practically everyone in the world if they did so. But you say it’s baby steps away and don’t say who wants it changed.

          • Amos Moses

            Can ………. but dont …………. they have no basis for it …. other than their own idea of what it should be …….. as is apparent by this story …… men can justify any of their behavior ……

          • Jalapeno

            People justify horrible behaviour regardless of religion.

            Are you saying the only reason you don’t go around killing people is because the bible told you not to?

          • Amos Moses

            And people WITHOUT religion ……….. find it much easier …….. as do you …..

          • Jalapeno

            Not necessarily true. People with religions who think that their religion is infallible and it’s not hard to make that step to hurting other people in order to follow it. Look at how many people are willing to keep other people from living their lives just in the interest of their own religion.

            So..would you kill people if the bible didn’t tell you not to?

          • Amos Moses

            “So..would you kill people if the bible didn’t tell you not to?”

            Would you ………. yes you would ……. if you believe in evolution ………. how could you not …………. it is survival of the fittest ……. and includes making slaves of those who disagree with you to the point of their death for your own survival …….. that is mans history ……

          • Jalapeno

            If someone was trying to end my life or the life of one of my family members, yes, I probably would. Otherwise, you really need to look into how evolution actually works. For example, humans have this silly thing called “empathy”.

            And..you didn’t answer the question. Would you kill people if the bible didn’t tell you not to?

          • Amos Moses

            “If someone was trying to end my life or the life of one of my family members, yes, I probably would. Otherwise, you really need to look into how evolution actually works.”

            So no morality ………… just self preservation …….. and that is not morality ……….

            “For example, humans have this silly thing called “empathy”.”

            And for the most part ….. without Christ …………. it only applies to themselves ……..

            “Would you kill people if the bible didn’t tell you not to?”

            But it does …………… so the point is moot ………….

          • Jalapeno

            “So no morality ”

            Not true. Keep in mind, too, that many people believe that they are biblically validated to kill in order to protect themselves.

            “But it does …………… so the point is moot ………….”

            Not at all. You’re talking about whether or not people can be moral without the bible..so..it’s very relevant.

            Would you kill people if the bible didn’t tell you not to?

          • Amos Moses

            “Would you kill people if the bible didn’t tell you not to?”

            Biblically ……… i am guilty of murder ……. and so is everyone …… everyone ……..

            And those without Christ ………. even more so …………

          • Jalapeno

            Let me know if you come up with an actual answer.

          • Amos Moses

            Just gave you one ……….. we are all guilty of murder …….. and the bible says not to do that ……. what could be more explicit ……….

          • Jalapeno

            I’m talking about the actual, legal definition of murder.

            I have never commuted murder.

            If you were not told not to, would you go on a killing spree?

          • Amos Moses

            This is a christian site ………. we are talking about christianity …………. and yes you have …

          • Jalapeno

            We’re talking about actually committing the act of murder.

            I have never committed murder.

            If the bible did not tell you not to, would you go stab your neighbor because it sounded fun? Would you kill animals? Would you kill someone to take their money?

          • Amos Moses

            Not here ……… we are talking about christianity on a christian site ……… and you and every person is guilty of murder ……… and you have no morality outside of Christ ……. you have no claim on morality outside of Christ ……. and you are outside of Christ ……..

          • Jalapeno

            Ah yes, I forgot that Christians don’t understand what “killing someone” means.

            Ill be hoping you come up with an actual answer.

            Just for clarification.. I’m asking whether or not you would stab someone to death if the bible did not ask you not to.

          • Amos Moses

            You support abortion ……….. you are a murderer …………

          • Jalapeno

            No?

            Okay. I’ll just assume the best of you and assume you wouldn’t kill someone in cold blood, even if the bible didn’t command against it.

            You know why? Most people, even the most selfish of people, still have a shred of empathy and don’t want to hurt others.

          • Amos Moses

            Baloney …………… Since Roe v. Wade ……….. 59 million abortions ……… all cold blooded … for profit ………. empathy or not ………… but mostly ………………. NOT ………. You support abortion ……… you are a murderer …………

          • Jalapeno

            So..you don’t have empathy? Okay. Go figure.

          • Amos Moses

            No ………. your argument is that most of mankind does have empathy ………. and 59 million dead babies …….. prove your argument FALSE ………… GO FIGURE ……….

          • Jalapeno

            Not really. Most people, for instance, are willing to do immoral things to protect their own life. It doesn’t mean that those morals don’t exist, only that self preservation is an important instinct.

          • Amos Moses

            Yes ………. Really …………

          • Jalapeno

            Yes, I’m sure that every single person who kills someone in self defense, even the Christians, are really horrible immoral people.

          • TheKingOfRhye

            But if we’re all guilty of murder, then how is Jalapeno or anyone else any worse?

          • Amos Moses

            They encourage others to commit it ………….

          • TheKingOfRhye

            Hmm….that would make someone an accomplice or something like that, not an actual murderer, wouldn’t it?

            Anyway, though, you never did answer Jalapeno’s question……

          • Amos Moses

            The law does not recognize a difference as to guilt of the act ………

            And yes i did ………

          • TheKingOfRhye

            Yet you choose to call somebody a murderer for “encouraging” something that the law doesn’t recognize as murder.

          • Amos Moses

            The law does not recognize the difference of a murderer …….. and a person who hires a murderer ……

          • TheKingOfRhye

            Uh….how did we just go from “encouraging” to “hiring”?

            Did you understand the point I was making, or are you just choosing to ignore it?

          • Amos Moses

            Hiring is not encouraging ………. really ………. but …….. as far as God is concerned …….. no difference ……. either by manipulation ………. or just contemplation ……….. it is a sin ….. to think the sin is the sin ……………… support of abortion is just as bad as doing the actual killing ……… and it is the killing of a child ………. shedding innocent blood …….. so yeah ….. worse …………

            And i do not do “yes or no” questions ……….. do not like the answer …………. too bad ……..

        • axelbeingcivil

          Why this assumption that relativism requires abnegation of moral claims? Relativism only requires acknowledgement of differing moral standards and that none has a privileged reference point.

    • Oberon

      Who? No one is our nation wants children to be sexually abused. Unless you’re talking about NAMBLA whom no one takes seriously.

  • Grace Kim Kwon

    What is raw humanity’s culture and how does Christianity overcome it? Don Richardson’s “Peace Child” is a recommend.

  • axelbeingcivil

    This is a horrendous practice and needs to be stopped. I say that unequivocally. I also want to say, though, that those who are claiming their religion is the anodyne for this need to stop pointing at the splinter in their neighbours’ eye while they have a plank in their own.

    Remember, the rise of the legal age for marriage is a very recent phenomenon, and the refusal to educate women, to marry them off young and often against their will, and generally treat them as second-class citizens has been pretty much universally justified through religion. It’s still justified that way today in many sections of the developed world. “Traditional marriage” has for thousands of years been one where daughters are all but sold.

    The solution to this problem is education; to educate women and their families and enforce laws protecting against this; to convince people that disease is spread by viruses and bacteria, not evil spirits that need to be cleansed. Show people that there are other ways and make it easier to achieve them, and practices like this will slowly vanish from the face of the Earth. When women who go through this have a voice to speak out against it, there will be change.

  • cranemaker

    This is a serious crime against humanity an insult to hyenas. Hyenas are feminist pack animals protective of their partners. The guy is a pervert.

  • Becky

    The paid child molester says that the girls never get scared…like he’s going to admit that they do. He didn’t even tell the parents the truth about his disease. The whole thing is disgusting!

  • wspackman

    Wait, what about these people’s religious liberty?

  • hytre64

    NEWS UPDATE This man has now been arrested.

    An HIV-positive Malawian man, who says he is paid to have sex with children as part of initiation rites, has been arrested on the president’s orders.

    Eric Aniva, a sex worker known in Malawi as a “hyena”, was the subject of a BBC feature last week. He told the BBC that he did not mention his HIV status to those who hire him.

    President Peter Mutharika said the police should investigate and charge him over the cases of defilement he had seemingly confessed to.

  • SoundMind

    Horrid practice. I wonder how many young girls will suffer and die with HIV after he touches them?