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Pulse Nigeria Poll Readers say they will not marry someone who is sexually weak

57% of PNP voters say they will not go ahead with a marriage if one of the partners is sexually weak.

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57% of Pulse Nigeria Poll voters are of the view that it is better to stay away from a sexless marriage than going into it and ending up being promiscuous.

The responses came after a reader, Ijeoma, sent in a letter stating that her fiancé does not satisfy her in bed and she was thinking of not going ahead with their marriage that had been fixed already.

Her letter reads in part:

"Dear Pulse,

My name is Ijeoma, and I am supposed to be getting married in about six month's time but I have a problem with my fiancé which, if it is not dealt with on time, would cause serious issues in the marriage.

He is everything any woman would want in a husband but he is very weak sexually. I don't know what the problem is but he cannot last more than two minutes on bed. At times, he ejaculates even before penetration and after that, his manhood can go limp for a month.

This is so frustrating and I have everything to help him, including suggesting medical treatments but he has refused to seek help.

I am very frustrated and I don't want to go into a marriage and seek for sexual frustration from other men."

The letter led to this poser:

Would you go ahead with a marriage if your spouse is sexually weak?

How Nigeria voted:

57% - Yes, I will abandon him/her

43% - No, I will back out of it

So how will you vote here?

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