My Parents “Punished” Me When I Lost My Virginity – Efia Odo

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Conversation about a child’s sexuality is a topic that is literally an abomination in a typical African home.

The African culture and tradition make it seem as if talking to children about sex will make them promiscuous when they grow up reason why it is forbidden in most African homes.

Well in light of this, Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson, took to Twitter to find out whether the topic is been discussed in the various homes. She tweeted: “How many of you had your parents sit you down and have the sex talk with you?”

Responding to the question, Ghanaian actress, Efia Odo revealed that she had the chance of holding such a conversation with her parents only when she lost her virginity. “Had the talk after I broke my virginity. It wasn’t even a talk… it was a whole bunch of insults”, she wrote.

See the conversation below;

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