The sexuality of Ghanaian men was put on the line recently by a popular actress, Helen Asante who categorically stated on a live TV programme that many Ghanaian guys simply do not have a clue to what love making is all about.
The petite actress complained that local guys are only interested in dumping their sp**m and not the feelings of their partners. “Majority of them are mostly and only interested in just ‘coming’ and do not care about what their female partners feel…it is not fair.”
Lamenting further, she said: “I have got issues with guys. As a young lady…I think I am a young lady trying to please my man and in the process, I tried whispering words into his ears, telling him sweet stuff that turns him on but when it is my turn, he does not do anything. All that Ghanaian guys want is sex, sex and sex.
Majority of them don’t care about lovemaking; all they want is sex. Trust me, if a guy doesn’t come (ejaculate), he will start having issues with his girlfriend,” she concluded.
Many Ghanaian men, upset about her remarks took to the social networking websites to condemn her comment and demand an apology or threatened to boycott any movie she featured in.
The actress also updated her Facebook status saying she was quoted out of context and apologized to Ghanaian men.