Attention in ACTION

Any topic relating to sexual intimacy and sex is considered taboo in our African community especially  the reclusive parts of Africa with development impact on their communities almost non existent. Women are known to be introverts to the point of muting their emotional plight. It’s shocking that a survey revealed 57% of women do not know what ‘An Orgasm’ or ‘G-Spot’ is.

Well, the fact is there is a generational revolution regarding this issue- things are changing and more women are becoming vocal about their feelings, what they want, how they want it and how they feel. The earlier women stand up and make this a true issue for concern, the sooner men will be compassionate and pay a little bit more ‘ATTENTION IN ACTION’- Women matter, their say in Sex and how it is orchestrated on their body should be noted and accepted- little wonder cultures in Namibia give their wives to their guest as a sign of friendship- what happened to a bottle of beer? – that’s no longer a wife, She has become a tool.

It’s a shame no one as of this day knows who to hold responsible for something as ‘pertinent’ as female sexual gratification . Here is an opportunity within our African community to out the ‘Culprits’ .

Let’s be candid and get this out and over with- majority wins the vote. If voting isn’t good enough go further and leave your comment .

Let’s Vote

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  1. Enow 26th April 2015 at 5:18 pm

    What an interesting topic. To me both men & women are responsible for women sexuality. The world is changing no doubts….and the sexual demands from women is getting unbearable nowadays.

    1. Dorothy Diamond 27th April 2015 at 10:45 pm

      Hahahhaha Enow it’s both ways I guess… So we all need to cater for each other especially with out culture that makes the topic taboo coupes should speak more to each other and not be shy… It’s both ways… Thanks for stopping by.


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