- A repented lesbian has narrated how she was lured into the act at a very young age
- According to her, she was involved in the act so much so that she had intercourse with her lesbian partner every Saturday
- She revealed that she was lured in to the act by a friend in her early teens around 14-16 years
A repented Ghanaian lesbian, who only gave her name as Bernice, has opened up on how she was introduced to the act that is considered morally and culturally wrong in the Ghanaian society.
She noted that throughout high school, she was involved in the act so much so that she had intercourse with her lesbian partner every Saturday.
Speaking in an interview on Adom Fm’s ‘Dwaso Nsem’, she revealed that she was lured in to the act by a friend in her early teens around 14-16 years,mainly because she was scared of being pregnant and also suffering heartbreak.
According to her, at that age, if you engaged in sexual intercourse and became pregnant, you’ll be stigmatized so the only option of getting pleasure was through lesbianism which came without pregnancy.
“My friend raised issues of unwanted pregnancies which may lead to abortions if I choose to have a boyfriend which I found convincing and saw nothing wrong with being a lesbian,” she revealed
“The partners are committed and dedicated with no issues of heartbreak or cheating and even if they cheat on you, they tell you about it compared to boys of today. You feel loved, secured and hygienic because you want to be clean at all times for your partner,” she added.
Bernice said during vacations and mid-term breaks were the time that they had quality time to enjoy themselves.
Meanwhile, President Akufo-Addo appears to be a man with many body doubles and while this may not be factual, at least not yet, current happenings in Ghana seem to give credence to conversations that he is a man with many lookalikes.
Recurrent photos of people who look just like the Ghanaian president that surfaced online brings to mind ‘‘A Man for All Seasons’’, a play by Robert Bolt, based on the life of Sir Thomas More which features a character who plays three roles with different faces and while details of the story may not directly be relating to Ghana, it has some semblance to unfolding stories about people who in 2019 gained traction because they look just like President Akufo-Addo.
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