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Let yourself be overwhelmed by the size and scope of this city: its heartbreaking disparity between rich and poor, and its breathtaking sights and sounds.
Karachi is popularly known as the City of Lights for its liveliness, and the City of The Quaid, being the birth and burial place of Quaid-e-Azam, the founding father of Pakistan.
As the BBC's Mobeen Azhar reports in a fascinating investigation, the combination of the prevalence of gay mobile apps like Grindr and Scruff, plus the onus of arranged marriage, has made the Pakistani city of Karachi — the nation's biggest city, at nearly 24 million people — a hotbed of gay sex, even if actually maintaining a gay lifestyle is still incredibly difficult.
"[S]ome say the country is a great place to be gay — even describing the port city of Karachi as 'a gay man's paradise," Azhar writes. We're not entirely convinced, especially since homosexual activity there is illegal and punishable by a prison sentence.
Napier road red light area is biggest prostitute hub and central hub for transportation and supplying of young sex workers in country comprising number of sex workers.
Napier Road is situated in the city of Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan and is named after Charles Napier, the first British Governor of the Sindh province.
The road is the principal red-light district of Karachi.
To outsiders it looks like a writhing mass of men huddling around one another.
Some even describe it as a "mysterious religious ceremony". But despite all this gay sex, life for gay people is still pretty awful in Karachi.