From the national survey on the feasibility of male medical circumcision roll out last month, one factor came out prominently. Most men feared circumcision because of the 42 daysâ€™ healing period. And their arguments are, surprisingly, not very selfish.
According to research, male medical circumcision gives 60% protection against HIV infection to men and many countries are trying to roll it out free to the male members of society.
Kenyans came out with a policy and are fast tracking preparations to dehorn all men. Rwanda is currently suffering from an outbreak of penis wounds after launching it among their armed forces first. Tanzanians are still waiting... oba for President Kikwete to first do it in public? And Ugandans are still too busy with the impending land law to locate their razor blades.
The Government may not act fast enough â€“ unless you defame the President â€“ so you better go on to improve yourself or pressure your man to. But first read the explanation below.
Men fear that circumcision may impose a six weeksâ€™ load-shedding on wives. And that â€“ at least this is selfish enough - they may go to a neighbour for some light to be able to handle the darkness. So, they would rather keep it â€˜as-isâ€™ than risk a wife with a big piercing horn and using it on somebody else.
So, is it an empty threat or 42 days are indeed too many for women to fast (Jesus only did 40)? Must people have sex in marriage to stop their partners from grazing outside or that is a fake reason to do press ups for? Do people develop sexual squints because of inadequate supply or they are just natural cheats?
The simple answer to all the above is: Read on:
First of all, nobody should take it for sharpening without discussing it with the person who uses it often. When she expects a leave, it wonâ€™t starve as much â€“ what you expect doesnâ€™t hurt, does it?
Experts advise that you can maximise the cultivation just before the incident to prepare recovering from exhaustion coincides with the period when the hoe is undergoing repairs. Then both of you share the responsibility of looking after your healing master, singing him lullabies as he undergoes dressing and welcoming him the way Baganda loyals welcomed the released officials last Friday. Isnâ€™t it romantic?
But we must stop intimidating our partners into sex in order to stop us from infidelity. If they have to supply or you go, it becomes a duty and loses some of its appeal.
And, by the way, a person with the propensity to cheat will do so even if you dish out sex thrice, three times a day. However green the pasture will be, the grass over the next hill will be more attractive. I know women who have never known the sparks of sex in marriage, others get it once every Christmas but they are still faithful. You can disorganise their conferences, arrest their ministers and teargas their demonstrations but they will remain loyal to the party.
So, donâ€™t look for excuses to keep your sheath. Everything good comes from sacrifice. That is why you had to read up to this point in order to make out any sense. Have you?
Are you intimidating your partner into sex?