Nigeria: Sex Without Orgasm a Waste of Energy - Actress, Uche Ogbodo

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20 March 2019

Most celebrities usually shy away from discussions on sex and sexuality but the daring actress, Uche Ogbodo, has never been the type.

In a chat with E-Daily, the single mother of one noted that sex without orgasm (deep pleasure) is a waste of time.

"Having sex is good, but having an orgasm is greater. Every man should give a woman orgasm because I always feel good sex without orgasm is wasted energy. Don't blame me because what's the point going all the way and not getting to the promise land. I have also come to find out that most women don't even know what orgasm is in the first place, it's really sad", she noted.

She advised women who hardly or have never experienced orgasm to find men who would assist them in discovering the sexual bliss.

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"I'm not a sex teacher but please women don't be shy, find someone who can help you discover what orgasm is, if you are in the 18-100 age range. Not for minors please."

Ogbodo who is also a fitness trainer added that she is on a passionate mission to abolish female genital mutilation which is still being practiced in some parts of Nigeria.

"Vagina mutilation must stop. The inhuman practice done on millions of women in Africa all in the name of culture and tradition that takes away the joy of ever having orgasm during sex must be abolished. It is pure evil and must be stopped. It is man's inhumanity to women. I also want to beg our men to give women orgasm."

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