[ap-intact] INFO: Corruption affects fair sex more, say Pakistan social experts

The "fair gender" suffers more than men in a society where corruption is widespread, while women are less corrupt than men, according to social experts in Pakistan.  “All economists agree that poor suffer more because of the consequences of corrupt practices than affluent class,” said social worker Dr Kishwar Dhingra. “However, according United Nation statistics, 70 percent of these poor belong to the fair sex. Being vulnerable because of poverty women are subjected to sexual extortion, using sex as an informal currency in which bribes are paid."

Read the story by Mansoor Ahmad, in The News International. http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-3-303005-Corruption-affects-fair-sex-more:-experts

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