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Sex Boycott

Discussion in 'Mahusiano, mapenzi, urafiki' started by Icadon, Apr 29, 2009.

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    Icadon JF-Expert Member

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    What's this? Kenyan women suggesting doing a sex boycott to protest bad leadership who's doing this?
     
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    Namtih58 JF-Expert Member

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    Sex, money and power are said to make the world go round, especially when dealing with politicians who take people round in circles until they feel dizzy.

    Now, women in Kenya have joined hands to boycott sex for the next seven days to push for reforms and constitutional review.

    Beginning today, G10 — a consortium of women lobbies — announced a week-long sex boycott to push for political reforms, and have secured support from a prominent personality in the land.

    Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s wife, Ida, said she would support the campaign "100 per cent".

    "The women’s voices must be heard," Mrs Odinga said, adding: "The boycott is not a punishment, but rather an action to draw attention to the issue."

    During a Press briefing in Nairobi on Wednesday, G10 said they had spoken to Ida and First Lady Lucy Kibaki and urged them to support their cause.

    G10 coalition partner Rukia Subow of Maendeleo ya Wanawake said violence was escalating, people were dying of hunger and that majority of those affected are women. They must do something.

    "This boycott shows how women have come to the conclusion that there is no solution being sought to end the political impasse. And while the two principals (Kibaki and Raila) haggle, the country has been thrown into confusion," said Ms Subow.

    But Kenya’s menfolk need not bother try doing anything. Those accustomed to securing "take-away", the euphemism for twilight girls, be warned: They will not be in business, as the girls will be paid by G10 for "staying away from work".

    G10 officials did not explain how they would monitor the success of their campaign, or how to ensure those paid to keep off the streets actually do that. They will rely on goodwill and integrity of their supporters.

    Soma zaidi Hapa
     
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    Mtu wa Kawaida JF-Expert Member

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    Je ni kweli hichi kitendo kitapelekea kufikisha malengo yao kisiasa?? Je na wanawake walio nje ya Kenya ambao ni wakenya nao watende agizo??
    Na ambao wameolewa na wananchi wa nchi zingine je nao watawekwa kundi gani??
     
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    Maamuma JF-Expert Member

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    Hapo kuna kudanganyana. Hadharani wataimba wimbo mmoja lakini wakiingia vyumbani kila mtu ataimba wa kwake. Watajuaje kwamba kila mwanamke ametekeleza walivyokubaliana? Watawapima? Uongo mtupu!
     
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    TIMING JF-Expert Member

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    Ndugu yangu!!!! KWANI WEWE HUWAJUI HAO JIRANI ZETU??? THEY CAN DO ANYTHING TO GET ATTENTION HAPA DUNIANI

    IT IS ALSO DIFFICULT KUPIMA UFANISI WA AGIZO KWANI WAKISHAINGIA NDANI MAMBO HUBADILIKA

    KITUKO-----
     
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    Icadon JF-Expert Member

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    Hii ban inahusisha nyumba ndogo vile vile? Maana sometimes wanaume tunalaumiwa kuwa tuna tamaa sasa kwenye hili baba watoto akiamua kutafuta nyumba ndogo atalaumiwa?
     
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