This makes it the more interesting because as long as a man has the energy and skills to try new things, the woman is ready.
Some writers say that they are in high demand in foreign countries.
We have to note that a woman’s knowledge and understanding of her own body, her looks, feel and lots more, determines a lot about how much a man will want her. ) had a South African woman who asked him out on a date. Good personal hygiene includes a bath, trim nails and a clean shave (including the legs and the private parts). Saying that, some men do like women with hairy spider legs!
A confident woman, who knows what she wants, and asks for it, is definitely in the market for a good husband. On the second date, she asked, “So, what are you planning to do to me? A box of chocolates It is said that the Nigerian woman has the body of a goddess compared to women of other nations.
What I find interesting about these movies is the moral panic around them, the “uncalled for” and “un African” “filthy sexual content” that apparently has no place in Nollywood.
Supposedly, the introduction and presence of sexually explicit scenes should now be added to the already long list of problems plaguing Nollywood, such as subpar acting, soundtracks that reveal the entire story, badly titled movies and poor directing.
These movies clearly contain sex scenes, but sex scenes explicit enough to be labelled pornographic?
They have real booties, full hips and breasts that give the illusion of the hanging Gardens of Babylon.
There is no full blooded man that wouldn’t harbour naughty thoughts of wanton pleasures when you see the body of a Nigerian woman.
The women are also not proactive in communicating their interests.
Many women therefore spend more time alone waiting to be asked out. The poverty mentality pervades the terrain so much that many women are reliant on the man for dates and have little initiative for making the first move. Could you imagine how much fun and excitement such a wife would bring into your life? Bring your own protection Nigerian women do not buy their own protection (for example, condoms), relying heavily on the men to protect their welfare.