Men agree with minister's advice on sex
12 February 2015, 21:27
Kampala - Ugandan men have supported the minister of gender Mary Karooro Okurut who urged women not to deny their husbands sex.
Karooro Okurut said Thursday during an interview that women should not deny their husbands sex, unless there is real cause to do so.
'" The minister was spot on. Why should my wife deny me sex? She should always be there for me. Whenever I want, she must give in," said Yowana Mbadala a mechanic.
Livingstone Abala, a soldier 30, said, " If my wife denies me sex, I start thinking that she has other men. Our women should take the minister's advice seriously.
Okurut said that not responding positively to the husbands' sex demands is dangerous because it might lead to the man seeking other women so that he gets sexual satisfaction.
The minister was responding to concerns by husbands who complained to her about a tendency by their wives to hide themselves in times of conjugal rights.
Okurut has also given conditions to all women upon which they can deny sex to their husbands.
The minister who is also the woman MP for Bushenyi District says unless the man falls in the category she gave, the wives have no reason to deny them their conjugal rights.
She said," Among the conditions women should deny their men sex is when the man is caught sleeping with animals or when he doesn't want to bathe.''
She also said that the wife can deny a man sex if she is sick or if the man constantly batters her of is the man is ever drunk and acts irresponsibly.
" You can deny your husband sex if he overdrinks or if he beats you up," she said
The minister urged couples to always communicate among themselves so that they can understand each other to avoid domestic misunderstandings.
" I agree with the minister. Our wives at times deny us sex giving flimsy excuses. If you are my wife, you should ensure that satisfy your husband sexually", said Hamuza Kakaire a businessman.
Veronica Auma , a primary school teacher said, "At times women deny their husbands sex because the men do not first put them in the mood for sex. The minister should be informed that in order for sex to be enjoyed, both parties should be in the mood to for it."
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