Nkechi Bianze: Women are as Sexually Promiscuous as Men!


    “Women can’t have sex without emotions. In order words, all female prostitutes are in love or emotionally connected to their clients, huh?

    How do you people sit down and come up with all these things?

    To what end exactly? An attempt to reaffirm the stupid myth that a woman committing adultery is a more serious offence than a man committing adultery?

    You people should keep deceiving yourselves, you hear? Yet, at the mention of DNA, the average Nigerian man suffers an instant heart palpitation.

    I have females friends who save up money to travel on holidays across continents just to have sex with strangers.

    There are online sites where sexually starved or sexually unsatisfied married women signup to be paired with handsome sex machines who send them to cloud nine. Very discreet. This industry is thriving with profits and higher demands than they can cope with by the day. I’m even thinking of opening one because when I was doing my matchmaking thing on Facebook, a good number of married women asked me to pair them up with partners just for sex.

    Right there in Nigeria, women are having one night stands on a daily.

    You think that girl that had sex with you and blocked your number or stopped replying to your messages fell from heaven or she’s the only one of her kind?

    By the way, according to Dr. Obinna Aligwekwe, the clitoris has 8000 nerve endings, while the penis has 3000. It means women (probably) enjoy sex more than men.

    I’m a member of some only women secret Facebook groups. I read girls proudly tell us stories of their sexual exploits. Married women writing about how they had sex with a few men in a two-week period while holidaying abroad.

    I still don’t understand why it is so difficult for many Nigerian men to accept that women are as sexually promiscuous as men.

    You people say women are angels. Some of us women are telling you that we are not angels. Why force the “angel” tag on us?

    Written by:  Nkechi Bianze

    Nkechi Bianze is a student, feminist advocate and a fearless writer. You can follow her on Facebook to read more of her interesting arguments here

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    1. Well, I think we men need to accept that. Also, we men need to know how to better satisfy our women, how to reach deep into their minds, and not make the mistake of thinking that while a man could be a player, a ‘responsible’ woman must never try to be such…society has sadly changed [for good or for better, I leave you to be the judge].


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