My wife charges me 200 dollars per each anal sex – Ghanaian man seeks advice

A Ghanaian man has disclosed how his wife who had initially objected to anal sex later approached him voluntarily to consent to it, but on condition that he would pay her 200 (GHS1,191.65) dollars per session.

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According to the man who said the ‘service fee’ is just a “chicken change” to him, he has since been paying the woman and enjoying his sexual fantasy.

His challenge now however is that he followed one of the recent episodes of Citi TV/Citi FM’s ‘Sister Sister’ show where the panelists discussed the story of a woman who claimed to have been paying her boyfriend’s friend GHS100 to give her ‘head’ because her boyfriend has refused to do it.

He said he is thinking twice about the transactional sex he is having with his wife following the reactions of Ghanaians on social media to the story of the lady who pays ‘GHS100 per head’.

The man who also wrote to Jessica Opare-Saforo, hostess of the ‘Sister Sister’ show said he now feels that he is making his wife a prostitute, hence he is seeking advice as to whether or not to discuss terminating the 200-dollar per each anal sex contract with her.

“…I mentioned this fantasy to her only after we got married. She was really disgusted by the thought of it, it has dampened my spirit. I never thought or brought the subject again because of her reaction. Three months down the line, she offered to let me have my way only if I was willing to gift her 200 dollars per session. I was elated at the idea because that’s a chicken change to me…,” the man’s letter to Jessica read in part.

It appears that part of the man’s worry is that he might end up losing the entire deal if he brings up any discussion about ending the payment bit of the anal sex deal.

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