On Saturday nights, as many as 100 young Arba Minch University female students roam the major hotels of the small town, Arba Minch. Their costumes vary: light frocks, skimpy dresses, and glow-in-the-dark pants. They are from different parts of the country: country side, towns, Addis Ababa, Harar, and others. But they have only one thing to sell: sex.For the construction workers and business men who carry out their occupation in the small emerging town, Arba Minch is like “Town of Cheap Love,” the town l in the southern part of Ethiopia smorgasbord of lust. Even some foreign , most of them are Europeans tourists can pause on their way to Omo Jinka at Arba Minch hotels rest stops and pick up a girl for just $ 10 to 15 — maybe one as young as 19 — for the whole day and night.Most young female university students have been cajoled into this kind of sexual promiscuous life by people that are working in hotels and even some senior university who want money for their “Khat” . But not all the pimps are hotel people. Often it is other female students who have suffered from same cajole negotiates the deal for their innocent friend.Here in Arba Minch lust has cash value; the sell has no rules . It is encouraged by massive expansion of university students in a small town which resulted some sort of mini socioeconomic movements: the increase in tourist mobility in the southern Ethiopian parts, the growing income disparity of Ethiopians. But its effect is most devastating on an individual level. Young Ethiopians who represents Ethiopia’s future are simply considered as commodities and traded in hotels. I believe it is not only sprits that are dishonored over and over but also there is also social cost or disease.