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HIV/AIDS has changed the way young Kenyans interact with each other, so as a non-Kenyan woman you might get some unwanted attention from men.
As an American woman, you are very enticing to men here—not only because you are beautiful, but because of the wealthy country you come from. Smiling at a male here means something entirely different than in the US or another developed country. Nadine says: You’ll find that Kenyan men are typically masculine and very aggressive.
In the primary school where I teach, the girls are so soft-spoken, it makes me sad.
Also, something that I found strange—when a woman is pregnant, people do not mention it. Unless it is a woman’s shelter, or something like that.
Medical centers are smaller, and much less well-equipped.
If you have to seek medical treatment, it is best to go to the hospitals in the major cities in your area like Nairobi, Kisumu, or Mombasa. With some estimated HIV/AIDS rates for Kenya being as high as 30%, I would highly discourage any casual dating when you are here.
Thus far, these are the majority of men that I’ve come in contact with.
This might cause some disingenuous interactions, for men who are only looking to get some with someone a) they think will go all the way, and b) they know probably is not infected.
Most men are fine with white or Western women who do not fit these roles.