Some Kenyan women have taken to the streets to protest against incessant alcoholic intake by their husbands making them infertile.
Some women in the East African country of Kenya have taken to the streets demanding that alcoholic drinks be banned because their men have become incurable drunks and this has negatively affected their ability to perform in bed and most of them have become infertile.
The women also vented their anger on their men, saying they would find means of getting pregnant if their husbands cannot impregnate them.
Speaking during the protest held at the Thigio Shopping Centre, the women who are mostly from Ndeya Ward, said they would be forced to sleep with other men who do not consume as much alcohol as their husband so that they could make babies since their husbands have lost their male abilities because they drink too much and have become unproductive, especially the younger men.
One of the speakers, Nancy Wangare narrated their experiences:
"If you walk in this village, you will find so many young, married women, but only a few are pregnant. Those who are not, are suffering in silence because their men cannot perform.
The men have been taking alcoholic drinks to keep them high and the women are the ones that bear the consequences of their sexual dysfunction.
It would not be a wonder if we start looking for men to sire our children. Our husbands will not know anything. We will trick them that the pregnancies are theirs and they will support us."