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Charly Boy 'Men are the weaker sex' media personality writes

Charly Boy who had earlier disclosed he would be dishing out advice to couples in troubled marriages, took to Instagram to pen his thoughts on how men are the weaker sex today.

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Charly Boy advices ladies on difficult marriage

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Eccentric media personality, Charly Boy has started his marriage counselling services today, Monday, May 9, 2016.

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Charly Boy

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Charly Boy who had earlier disclosed he would be dishing out advice to couples in troubled marriages, took to Instagram to pen his thoughts on how men are the weaker sex today.

According to him,

"TODAYS MEN ARE THE WEAKER SEX. From my marriage counselling experience, I have come to the conclusion that most men of today are the weaker sex, at least emotionally.

How many of us can control our emotions that we resort to using our wives as punching bags, abusing alcohol, or other methods of lashing out because we are not emotionally strong enough to hold our cool.

A lot of us can't keep up with both working a full time job and managing a household, raising children to the extent that women do everyday. I know some of you would say, that's not a man's department.

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I have come to the conclusion that we need women more than the women need us. If not for our money or our sperm, women really have no real need for us.

Men are big babies because they always want everything to be about them and the women know this and know how to massage/manipulate our ego.

Most men can't really control their sexual urge, that's why some of us can have sex even with our housemaids or anything in skirts.

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Male death rates are greater than comparable to female rates for almost all major causes of death. Men die younger from heart disease, cancer, stroke, chronic lung diseases, infections. Men are also much more likely to commit suicide than women and have a greater chance of being murdered or dying in an accident."

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