Nepal sex women

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The preference for a son at birth is one of the key issues of demographic studies conducted in less-developed countries; however, exploration of preference for sex of children among women in Nepal is rare. This paper estimates the likelihood of preference for a son or a daughter using the Nepal Demographic and Health Survey NDHS data, which contains a nationally representative sample of 12, Nepalese women. A multinomial logistic regression analysis shows that son and daughter preferences vary widely across ethnicities, educational and economic status, and rural-urban region. Regarding ethnic origin, women from the Hill Janajati the largest ethnic minority group that consists of many sub-ethnic groups prefer daughters more than the top two caste groups, the Hill Brahman and Chhetri , whereas the Terai Brahman , Terai Dalit , Muslim , and other ethnic minority women prefer sons more than the top two caste groups do. Similarly, less educated, poorer, and rural women prefer a son, unlike more educated, richer, and urban women in general. Women who desire more of either sex end up with more children in their household.

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Kamala, a sex worker with her back to the camera , walks near hotels in Itahari that offer sex workers to customers. Her lips are a bright shade of orange. Meya, 21, a sex worker, is preparing to meet a client in Itahari, a city about 5 kilometres 3. Itahari, host to a highway that connects Nepal and India, which share an open border, is a boom town for the sex trade. The town is a popular destination for Indian traders who want to hire prostitutes.