A Lot of African Women Are Literally Like the Same Sex Dolls They’re Talking Trash About, Writes-CHRIS-VINCENT
A large number of African women bring a lot into relationships but a significant number of them come in with just their coochies—and they smugly argue that, unless a man is married to a woman, the woman shouldn’t perform wife-like duties.
Of course, the absurdity of the above assertion is obvious: you are ready to offer sex to a man who is not married to you, but anything else, ought to be classified as wife duties.
Since sex, probably boring sex is what a huge number of these women, a group I contemptuously call “Yaanom” bring to the tables of relationships, devoid of even intelligent conversations whatsoever, they are literally like the sex dolls flooding the market.
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The African Social Media landscape has featured several comments from women claiming that the influx of those beautifully shaped sex dolls shouldn’t be encouraged and shouldn’t be regarded as a threat to their kind—because the dolls cannot clean, cook, talk or do anything apart from being f**ked.
The truth is; that’s exactly what many of these women have become in relationships and therefore getting mad and erecting arguments such as the above is self-defeating. You can’t or don’t clean, cook, wash or bring anything valuable to the relationship table except the coochie–so what’s the difference?
The sex dolls, which are selling for about 2000 dollars got a lot of people including Nigeria’s superstar-Wizkid talking.
Considering how much some African men spend on the many only sex-offering girlfriends: paying for their rent, long weaves, mobile phones, cars, fuel, make-up, food and drinks—it wouldn’t be imprudent to consider a permanent flexible alternative without increasing cost of maintenance.
And the plus is; some of the dolls look exactly like these women too with–their long “vampire” nails, weaves and pumped up b**b.