Love is said to be a silent word, unwritten but accepted in the heart. Though many believe it develops from one end, it is also said to be a mutual feelings between two people.
In Ghana, the commonly accepted approach and tradition towards love and relationship journey begins with a man.
It is rare to find women approaching men to propose love to them, although it exists in some cases.
Women who are in love generally suppress their affections towards men and rather demonstrate through their actions until they are noticed.
Many women in Ghana still hold onto this tradition and it is almost a taboo to propose love to men.
This trend, however appears to have been pushed aside by many women in other jurisdictions.
This week, YEN.com.gh engaged its audience, especially female readers to share their views on why they think it is entirely wrong for women to propose love to men in relationships.
The interesting question generated huge interest among readers. The female audience also shared much more insight on why so many of them will never make the first move, no matter how deep they have fallen for a man.