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Name, Shame and Blame

List of Illustrations

Figures

1.1.

A main street in Boroko today—all the trees planted in the colonial era have grown and gardens flourish.

1.2.

A ‘tuckerbox’ store constructed in a fence beside a suburban road in Tokarara, heavily screened for security. The graffiti are unsurprising.

1.3.

High-covenant houses and apartments built to take maximum advantage of the spectacular ocean views. The houses are owned by politicians and other elites, and the apartments are mainly rented to expatriates.

1.4.

‘Sodomy Shock.’ Front-page headline from the Post-Courier, 21 January 2006.

2.1.

Kiap presiding at a Native Affairs Court hearing, 1950s.

2.2.

Thomas Vinit, ‘SEX IS SACRED AND SPECIAL.’

4.1.

Poro Sapot outreach workers leave the Project yard to conduct site visits.

4.2.

MSM drop-in centre in Poro Sapot’s front yard.

4.3.

FSW drop-in centre at the rear of the building. A literacy class, conducted by a teacher funded by Dame Carol Kidu, is in progress.

4.4.

Many women sleep, dress and prepare themselves for work at the FSW drop-in centre. Their only possessions are stored in bags in the rafters.

4.5.

Laundry at the tubs.

4.6.

Project workers in their condom costumes, ready for the motorcade around town, World AIDS Day Port Moresby.

4.7.

Here the police are shown placing posters on their escort vehicles.

4.8.

Market—selling soft drinks, boiled eggs, ice blocks and vegetables—and in the background, sex, 2006.

4.9.

Up-market—free-lance workers wait outside one of Port Moresby’s classier hotels for security guards to summon them to work, 2006.

4.10.

Harbourside sales. This landfill site has now been built over and no longer exists.

4.11.

Typical club, with bar and snooker table.

4.12.

Drag show contestant.

4.13.

Notice of MSW meeting posted on the ‘notice-board’ at Poro Sapot.

4.14.

The Ela Beach beat downtown.

5.1.

‘Males “freed” …but 31 suspected female prostitutes charged!’

5.2.

Front-page, ‘Forty held in capital city brothel raid,’ Post-Courier.

5.3.

Post-Courier report of 1998 raid, referring to a ‘forced march.’

5.4.

Aito Paka Paka, flowers, brightly coloured sarongs, outrageous hats … and fruit.

6.1.

Poster (carried by a man) from the ‘Stop Violence Against Women’ march of 2006, displaying some of the prevalent arguments against nightclubs.

6.2.

Good or Bad? – A cartoon from 1981.

Maps

0.1.

Map of Papua New Guinea.

0.2.

Map of Port Moresby.

1.1.

Port Moresby today, showing the harbour at upper left, the original town site on the peninsula, the steep slopes of the coastal hills, the urban and suburban development inland to the east and the airport to the far right on the eastern edge of the city.

4.1.

Aerial view of Hanuabada (HB), beside and in the harbour, with the Yacht Club to the upper right. Each row of houses is arranged by family and clan relationships.

7.1.

Prostitution laws of the world.

7.2.

LGBT rights by country or territory.

Table

3.1.

Formal court system in PNG before and after Independence.


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