Kafui Danku, a Ghanaian actress and film maker, has urged men to avoid bragging to their peers about how they “Chopped” a particular lady and instead confess that they had fun.
As per a Facebook post by Kafui Danku, most men want to make it seem as if when a man and a woman have casual sex, it automatically means the man “slept” with her, when in reality they slept with each other.
She wrote; “Ok, looks like a little more education is needed here.
I wonder why some men see “CONSENSUAL sex“ as sole gain?
The underlying word here is CONSENSUAL.
Some of the comments like “ The guy chop so atika “ etc..
Who told you the woman didn’t benefit or enjoy ?
Why did she consent in the first place?
Except , you forced yourself on her ; which is RAPE and you will rot in jail for that, know that when women give consent, it’s because it takes 2.
It is not only for your gain, it benefits both parties. So learn to say “we chopped each other” or “we had sex together” or “we chopped ourselves” or “we made love”. Most of you will just be saying “he chop am” as if she didn’t chop him too!”
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