At face value, poor feminine hygiene would mean a lady who cleans less or never cleans at all.
Here is what the professionals say:
Before and after intimacy
If you have never cleaned your v-area before intimacy, then you have been perpetuating infections against you and potentially against other people. According to Valentine Nyakiere, a personal hygiene specialist, spouses are supposed to clean their private parts before getting intimate. This will prevent transmission of infections – bacterial, fungal and viral.
Both man and woman should have a towel to be used exclusively for this and “not with any other part of the body to avoid transmission of germs from other parts to the intimate parts where they can cause infections,” Nyakiere says.
Cleaning should be done with water. For the v-area, no soap – or chemical – should be applied while cleaning. Clean water alone is enough. After intimacy, secretions create optimum conditions for germs to thrive. “Such secretions are usually sterile but mix up with bacteria when in contact with mucous membranes and the skin,” Valentine says.It, therefore, becomes necessary that after intimacy, a woman ejects the fluid out through kegel exercises and then clean the v-area with clean water, Valentine says. She also adds: “Douching (washing out the inside of the v-area with a mixture of water and vinegar or other commercial preparation) is not healthy at all.” After intercourse, the v-area is prone to micro cuts that make easy routes for infections to go through.
On regular days (without intimacy)
The outside of the v-area still ought to be cleaned whether intercourse is part of a daily routine or not. Sweating for anyone above puberty is a reality. Rarely do you meet someone as enthusiastic about grooming and hygiene as Terry? Terry Mungai is a beauty professional and the managing director of Ashleys Beauty. She will start you off at ‘God created everyone beautifully’. And by the time she is done, you will understand why hygiene is the only way to go – especially for women.
“We should always pay attention to our intimate parts as women,” she advised women at a past Eve event. According to Terry, the exterior of the v-area can be cleaned using organic ‘non-chemical’ cleansing agents. She cites herbal solutions available at local supermarket outlets.
“However,” she says, “it does not mean that if you can’t buy these products you won’t be clean. The inside of the v-area can be kept hygienic with nothing more than clean water. Soaps too should be avoided in washing this area.” Terry also points out, as Valentine did, that douching of any kind is more harmful than it is helpful.
Every month, a woman releases an egg from the ovaries. If the egg is fertilized then pregnancy occurs. If not, the shedding of blood – menstruation – occurs. “This is a natural mechanism of the reproductive system cleaning itself in preparation for the next cycle which could possibly end with a pregnancy,” observes Lucy Muchiri. That is how she sees it. In other words, there is nothing so unusual with menstruation that warrants 10 baths in a day or over consciousness about hygiene. “A woman can simply clean as usual – with clean water. Soap can be applied on the groin area but not inside,” Lucy says. “There is nothing special to be done afterward except that she has to wear a pad or a tampon. At least one shower in 24 hours is hygienic. One bath is enough but there is no harm in showering twice or thrice.”It is however important that sanitary wear is changed as soon as they are fully soaked. This is because a full sanitary towel promotes thriving of germs, “and this will lead to bad odor and infection,” Lucy adds. The good news is that there is nothing unhygienic about intimacy during menstruation. “It is perfectly normal and even better for lubrication. There are no health implications whatsoever,” Lucy concludes.
The right underwear
The right underwear, Dr. Esther Wanjohi says, is the kind that allows the v-area to ‘breathe’.
“Natural fabrics like cotton and silk are the best,” she says. “Underwear made from synthetic materials tend to trap heat and moisture; a scenario that increases flourishing of germs and hence precipitating infections.” Dr. Wanjohi, who practices at Nairobi Hospital, adds: “Underwear should ideally be fitting. Anything too tight may cause impingement of nerves by cutting off circulation – which is also unhealthy.”
For those with a penchant for G-strings, or thongs, you may need to consider how often you adorn such. According to Wanjohi, the string on such kind of underwear is an effective conduit for germs to move from the back area to the front, causing infections like urinary tract infections. “G-strings once in a while are relatively safe but not under daily use,” she says.
When nursing an already existing infection
What do you do when you notice a possible infection? Report for the gynecological check-up, right? This, according to Dr. John Ong’ech of KNH, a gynecologist, would be the only right course of action. “It is important that the infection is rightfully diagnosed before any treatment can commence,” he says.
Even the kind and mode of cleaning will depend on the extent of the infection and if there are any open wounds visible. It would, however, be safe to say that washing with clean water would suffice. An active infection should, however, be handled by a doctor who can give proper directions afterward. Would be safe to have sex while an infection is active? “No,” Ongech says. “We need to avoid the spread of such an infection and monitor the patient’s health first before any intercourse can happen.”
This continued criticism from men has led to mushrooming of all sorts of ‘plumbers’ or women resorting to weird and medically unsound ‘plumbing’ remedies to fix this ‘watery’ state of affairs. Keen observers will tell you lampposts around Nairobi are littered with countless “Vaginal Tightening” adverts. However, this leaves one wondering, could this be a pointer to the fact that sexual satisfaction or lack thereof, may be more important than food in this city?
Take, for instance, Mama Nzisa, a ‘plumber’ this writer tracked from a lamppost advert along Thika Superhighway. Reportedly, she is making a killing by selling traditional concoctions to women who are desperate to become ‘less watery’, ‘tight’ and ‘grippy’.
‘Plumber’ who fixes ‘too watery’ cases
She showed this writer one of her products, which is a tampon-like entanglement of drippy herbs that allegedly perform magic on a woman’s birth canal when plugged in overnight. “They are tailor-made. I have to examine the client to assess what she will need and for how long,” Nzisa says. She says, Kanini, for instance, her regular client, is a 29-year-old married mother of one who doubles up as a closet sex worker. She allegedly visits Nzisa every two months for ‘maintenance’ and the tightening remedy.
“She opened up and told me her husband is large and stretches her muscles. But she need to clandestinely make money from other men,” says Nzisa, adding that to keep customers, she has to manage her main tool of trade. “This is business and she has to provide quality or her clients will look for younger women,” giggles the elderly ‘plumber’.
Interestingly, it’s just not women of the night who consult Nzisa and use her herbs. Some of her clients include descent married women and even some the corporate types interested in — pardon the pun — maintaining a firm grip on their rich boyfriends, especially those with a small ‘dudu’. This fascination with ‘tight’ and ‘grippy’ women reminds one of campus life, where young men always gossiped about their experiences with such types, leaving one another green with envy. Some would go ahead and stalk such women, trying their luck just for the experience or fulfill their fantasies.
It’s also common to hear men gossip among themselves, saying: “Such women are fun to date or marry. They remain small down there, even after giving birth several times.” Tina Awuor knows how expensive it can be to have ‘loose plumbing’. She is still heartbroken after her boyfriend ended their relationship a few months ago. But her tears are not as a result of the break up per se, she says. What hurts her is that he got a younger girl whom he wooed by defaming her for being as wide as a mtaro (water-worn gully).
‘Tight plumbing’ is a secret fascination in Kenya that you won’t hear people openly discussing. Besides middle age, this could also perhaps explain why older men who are happily married can’t seem to stop running after teenage and college girls, some as young as 16-years-old. A city-based pharmacist told this writer he gets so many women asking about and buying tightening gels from his shop every month. “Some may not be a hundred percent perfect, but I at times get feedback that they give some reinvigoration of the necessary muscles. Others claim it makes them feel like they are 18 years young gain,” said Steve Mulwa, the pharmacist.
Strange tightening remedies
It’s this urge to feel young again that drove Moraa, a government officer, to Nairobi’s Ngara area, where she had been told a certain women hawks stones whose ash has rejuvenating qualities. “It’s a tiny piece of rock, which I bought for Sh100. She told me to crush it and put a little of the ash in my birth canal the night before meeting my boyfriend. But warned me not use too much because it could corrode my vaginal wall. It was awesome I tell you, well worth the effort!” she shyly chuckles.Amos Opiyo, a middle-aged man says he suspects he has been a beneficiary of ‘herbal plumbing’.
“I met this mama at popular nightclub in the City Centre. She told me she was a divorcee and a mother of two. But I was shocked by how ‘young’ she felt when we went to bed. She was awesome,” says Opiyo, adding: “I dated her for two months and spent quite a bit of money on her. I was even contemplating marrying her as a second wife, until I spoke to one of my friends who warned that she could be using herbs or some ash to make herself tight and grippy,” he explains.
Joselyne Wairimu, says women go to great lengths to keep their men from straying, including using soda or lime juice to tighten things, remain clean and smell fresh. Others use pickling spices, alum powder, and vinegar for ‘maintenance’. She says she has heard of ignorant women who use raw lemon or washing detergents such as jik, omo and others to ‘dry up’, tighten and keep smelly odour at bay.
Hassan Nyawanga, a nurse and gynaecologist explains that there is very little a woman can do to mitigate this ‘watery’ state of affairs. He says its nature that men must learn to live with and asks woman to stop blaming cabbages and other foods; they have absolutely nothing to do with it. “Actually, being too ‘watery’ is a blessing that woman should be happy about because it shows they are either too excited or well prepared. Those who don’t get it easily should have everything to worry about. If anything, intimacy, by its nature, is supposed to be, for lack of a better way of putting it, a ‘messy’ affair anyway”, says the medic.
He says there is a pelvic muscles, which to a greater extent control characteristics of the birth canal, relax over time as women age, and are stretched during childbirth. He says while modern scientific methods like Kegel exercises and surgical options are commonly recommended to increase grip, traditional methods used by bridal aunties who take girls through traditional betrothal schools can’t be wished away. That is where the likes of Nzisa come in. The gynaecologist warns that the chemical compounds in these commonly-used ashes and herbs are unknown and their use could have serious side effects.
Nicole, a pseudonym she chose to protect her identity, has a full-time office job, but still does after-hours sex work to pay off her college debts. [Courtesy]
For Hong Kong's "part-time girlfriends", social media provides an easy way to connect with clients looking for sex, but campaigners warn that online convenience is tempting girls as young as 13 to put themselves at risk. The label "part-time girlfriend" is a euphemism often used by young women in the city who may be studying or have jobs, but who also offer sex on the side. By using variations of the hashtag #ptgf as shorthand, they connect with men on networks such as Instagram then switch to direct messaging to offer services and arrange to meet.
Instagram says it has made #ptgf and #hkptgf unsearchable, but a host of new alternatives that add Chinese characters or initials to the original tag circumvent the block. Loneliness, curiosity, family breakdown and financial pressures are key motivators for young women to try it out, according to support workers on the ground.
Young women often do not see themselves as sex workers because they are not based out of seedy rooms, or the bars and clubs of Hong Kong's traditional red light districts. [AFP]
High-school student Kiki, a pseudonym she chose to protect her identity, started part-time sex work aged 17, saying it was easy to search for men on Instagram by using one of the #ptgf tags. "I had an argument with my sister and was not very happy, so I just wanted to find someone to listen to me," she told AFP. "For the first few times I felt quite good... so I kept looking for clients for company." She admits she was nervous about meeting strangers, but the financial incentive outweighed her doubts. "My family is not very wealthy. I was making money for myself and saved it," she says. Kiki says she charged from HK$300 ($38) for dinner or "touching", up to HK$1,000 for other sexual services. After less than a year she gave up because she had started a new relationship. Now 19, she says she is left with a sense of regret and warns other girls to think carefully before taking the leap. "A future boyfriend or husband might find it hard to accept," she says. It's like you have a needle piercing your heart and it's always there."
Hong Kong's 'part-time girlfiends' meet clients online and sometimes are taken to theme parks, dinner or even on hikes at first. [AFP]
Connecting with clients online often gives young women a false sense of security, says Bowie Lam, executive director of Teen's Key, a charity that offers support to Hong Kong's sex workers under the age of 25. She says the age of "part-time girlfriends" is getting lower and believes that social media is a factor. "They think they have autonomy and control because they can screen a client online, talk with him, but it makes the boundary more blurred," Lam says. These young women often do not see themselves as sex workers because they are not based out of seedy rooms, or the bars and clubs of Hong Kong's traditional red light districts, she adds. Sometimes they meet clients without offering sex at first and are taken to theme parks, dinner or even on hikes, but as more money is offered, the path usually leads to paid sex. Some young women have their first sexual experience as a "part-time girlfriend", says Lam. Believing they have become friends with a client can lead them to drop their guard. "Girls have been treated violently and even raped because they trusted the man wouldn't harm them," Lam told AFP.
Nicole describes sex work as a 'dark patch' in her life and says she will feel guilty about it with any future boyfriend. [AFP]
Hong Kong police said they have taken action against websites, chat rooms and discussion forums to combat "illegal prostitution activities" in a statement to AFP. The "act of prostitution" in itself is not illegal in Hong Kong, police say, but soliciting is. Instagram told AFP it acts to "swiftly remove" content, accounts and hashtags that violate its community guidelines. A long-term strategy addressing taboos around talking about sex within schools and families in Hong Kong's conservative society is what is most needed to stop girls putting themselves at risk, says Lam. Teen's Key offers young sex workers a range of support services, ranging from health tests to career advice and help with financial planning. Lam says they want to help the women reconnect with their dreams and aspirations. However, even when they are given support by the charity, some feel they cannot leave part-time sex work behind. As the cost of living in Hong Kong soars, financial pressure is often the main factor. Nicole, also a pseudonym, aged 24, started at the age of 18 to make money to put herself through college. She found clients on online forums then communicated directly with them via the popular messaging app WeChat. She now has a full-time office job, but still does after-hours sex work to pay off her college debts as her family cannot afford to help. Nicole sees what she is doing as a practical solution but admits it has taken an emotional toll. She describes sex work as a "dark patch" in her life and says she will feel guilty about it with any future boyfriend. "I don't think I'm a pure person, I feel like I'm very dirty. If someone else wanted to do this, I wouldn't recommend it," she told AFP. But she urged people not to judge young women who have made the choices she has. "Maybe they are in need, or have problems they can't solve," she said. "There isn't anyone who does this job because they want to."
Saudi Arabia's Shura Council, which advises the cabinet, approved a draft law which would introduce a prison term of up to five years and a penalty of 300,000 riyals for sexual harassment, weeks before the decades-long ban on women driving is lifted. [Courtesy]
Read more at: https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/article/2001282341/saudi-arabia-to-criminalise-sexual-harassment
Saudi Arabia is preparing to outlaw sexual harassment, officials said Tuesday, less than a month before the conservative kingdom lifts its decades-long ban on women driving. The kingdom's Shura Council, which advises the cabinet, approved a draft law on Monday which would introduce a prison term of up to five years and a penalty of 300,000 riyals ($80,000).
Read more at: https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/article/2001282341/saudi-arabia-to-criminalise-sexual-harassment
The draft bill "is a very important addition to the history of regulations in the kingdom", Shura Council member Latifa al-Shaalan was quoted as saying in an information ministry statement. "It fills a large legislative vacuum, and it is a deterrent," she added. The kingdom's driving ban on women is slated to end June 24, as part of a highly publicised liberalisation drive launched by powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who styles himself as a progressive reformer. The prince has also lifted a decades-long ban on cinemas, allowed mixed-gender concerts and clipped the powers of the long-feared religious police.
Read more at: https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/article/2001282341/saudi-arabia-to-criminalise-sexual-harassment
But the social reforms appear overshadowed by the recent arrests of at least 11 activists, mostly identified by rights groups as veteran women campaigners for the right to drive and to end the conservative country's male guardianship system. Authorities have accused the activists of "suspicious contact with foreign parties", providing financial support to "enemies" and attempting to undermine the kingdom's "security and stability". Reports in state-backed media branded some of the detainees traitors and "agents of embassies". At least four detained activists were released last week, campaigners including Amnesty International said, but the fate of the others remains unclear.
Read more at: https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/article/2001282341/saudi-arabia-seeks-to-criminalise-sexual-harassmentGiven the significant loosening of certain restrictions on women's activities in Saudi Arabia... it is perplexing why both women and men engaged in campaigning for such positive developments are now being targeted by the authorities," the office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said in a statement. "If, as it appears, their detention is related solely to their work as human rights defenders and activists on women's issues, they should be released immediately." Saudi authorities have so far not commented publicly on the detentions
Read more at: https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/article/2001282341/saudi-arabia-seeks-to-criminalise-sexual-harassment
Wilbroda [Photo: Courtesy]
Celebrated Papa Shirandula actress Jacqueline Nyamide, popularly known as Wilbroda, has made a shocking revelation that her house help breastfed her son when he was 8 months old.
Speaking to Parents Magazine, Wibroda disclosed that the incident came to light after she got an anonymous tip while on a trip to Mombasa
She disclosed that she received a call that the house help was breastfeeding the child to make him stop crying.
“When my son was around 8 months old, I had to travel to Mombasa on a work assignment and so I left him under the care of a nanny whom I had trusted so much. While in Mombasa, I received an anonymous call from a person who informed me that my house help breastfed my son whenever he cried,” said Wilbroda
Horrified, she took the first flight back to Nairobi.The radio host then rushed the baby to the hospital where tests were conducted on the baby and found out he was okay.
She fired the house help the next day.
“I didn’t sleep that night and had to rush to the hospital around midnight to have my son tested. Luckily he was fine. To cut the long story short I fired the nanny the following day. It took immense self-control to restrain myself from harming her.”
Zari and Huddah [Photo: Courtesy]
Two of East Africa’s biggest socialites Huddah Monroe and Zari Hassan are back at the battleground once again. Throwing grenades of shade at each other and planting mines.
It seems that it only took the allure of an iPhone X to rekindle their beef and show the world how they detest each other.
The current spat started after Zari acquired an iPhone X and took to social media to flaunt it. Huddah took the opportunity to shade Zari telling her to act like a 'Boss Lady' and stop flaunting " small things".
“Funny how people buy iPhone X after it came out long ago and social media can’t sleep. Some of us been suing iPhone X from the first day it came out and we don’t flaunt these small things coz we used to it. Act Like a boss! Tumia pesa ikuzoee!” Wrote Huddah.
Zari wasn’t having any of it either as she retaliated saying, “why don’t you carry on smoking your weed in silence and hawking your ***** ******** ******* to Wizkid and Jhus, everything is gravy over here.”
The two self-proclaimed boss ladies have not been seeing eye to eye since early 2016. It was not always like this, they were once-upon-a-time close friends on Snapchat.
But things went south in 2017 after Huddah claimed that Zari’s baby daddy, Tanzanian superstar Diamond Platnumz, was public property for every lady out there can sleep with him.
“When you think your man is yours kumbe (yet) he is ours. And I ate and dined with both of you. Having kids with someone to tie him down doesn’t mean he won’t leave. The little boy is public property, you order him like pizza. Don’t hate the player or the game, hate yourself, Madam!”
To which an irked Zari posted “watu na bae zetu... nyaku nyakus can’t even post their own. Told you, if he can’t claim you in public, don’t give him the goods in private. You know what that means right and I bet you know where that leaves you. Tag your bae and wish him or her a good night. #ToWhomItMayConcern.”
Bongo sensation Diamond Platinumz has hinted that he is planning to quit the music industry for his business empire. The celebrated artist revealed that he will soon quit music to concentrate on his businesses.
The crooner, who made a leap into limelight back in 2009 with his Kamwimbie hit, said that he is actively involved in music at the moment to accumulate enough capital to enable him comfortably run his businesses when he finally quits music.
H made the disclosure when he hosted a group of Muslim entertainment stakeholders at his Wasafi headquarters in Mbezi, Dar es Salaam.
“My dream is to eventually go fully into business when I quit music. You can’t do music forever, that’s why I’m using my earnings in music to build my businesses. Let’s use the opportunities we have in use to build a better future,” he said.
Diamond has business interests in Wasafi Classic Baby (WCB), a recording label already boasting of high performing artists including Harmonize, Rayvanny, Maromboso, Queen Darling, Rich Mavoko and Lava Lava.
He also runs Wasafi TV and Radio alongside Diamond Karanga peanut brand and Chibu perfume fragrance.
Controversial South African dancer cum entertainer Zodwa Wabantu has come out to rubbish claims doing rounds on social media that she was dead.
Through her Instagram account, Wabantu stated that she was bewildered as to why some people were wishing her death.
Wabantu said that “people like her don’t die” and that she was booked until September this year, 2018.
"Guys I'm not dead. What could possibly kill me? People like me just don't die. I'm not dead. How many times must you call me to say Zodwa is dead? People like me, they don't die, they don't just die.
"Look, I have no time for people who want to kill me because I am working hard for my cash. I have confirmed bookings till September, that have been paid for already. Why would I just die?" Posted Wabantu.
Wabantu is fresh form a grand April tour of the USA where she visited the states of Washington DC and Texas.
The dancer known for her panty less antics said that the tour was as a result of “tons of request” form her fans in America to give them “what they want.”
"There has been such a great response from people in America to my dancing. A lot of them want me to go and visit them. I decided that it is time to give the people what they want.
"I have always said that I will stop dancing when I retire but right now I am having fun and trying different things. The more people that know about Zodwa Wabantu overseas the better," said Wabantu.
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A pastor embarrassed himself at trading centre in Bomet County, after condoms from a tool box on his motorbike scattered all over a scene of an accident he was involved in, leaving locals who knew him cupping their mouths in shock.
The pastor, who is well known among locals at the trading centre and doubles up as a boda boda rider was at pains to explain to those who dashed to the scene to rescue him and his passenger what all the condoms were meant for.
The consignment of condoms the man of God was carrying spilled the beans on his secret extra-marital affairs, which some locals had all along suspected him of engaging in.
Eyewitnesses said the condoms, totalling over 400, had been kept in a tool box on the pastor’s motorbike.
The accident, an eyewitness said, confirmed the fears that most locals had about the pastor being randy.
Little wonder then, that he had been noted to always prefer female clients.
“This pastor is usually seen carrying female passengers, and openly brags to fellow riders that women prefer his services because they are sure they are in safe hands whenever he is transporting them,” chuckled an eyewitness.
“We have always wondered why he prefers women passengers and the spilled condoms have just confirmed our fears that the man of God must been engaging in secret affairs with some of his customers,” yet another witness said.
One witness who happens to be a member of the church where the pastor preaches was lost for words.
He said it was ironical for the pastor to be found with the cache of condoms, yet he has been a vocal critic of all contraceptives, claiming that their use promotes promiscuity and immorality.
“It is unfortunate for the man of God that it is now known he preaches water while drinking Countryman, he should be a good example to his flock, who he keeps warning against engaging in extra-marital affairs,” added the irate church member who vowed to push for defrocking and excommunication of the pastor from their church.
He added: “This is a big shame to the church and we will ensure that he is stopped with immediate effect; to protect the image of our church.”
Being a market day at the trading centre, the incident attracted hundreds of traders to the scene.
The news spread like a bush fire. Within a very short time, the pastor’s wife had got wind of the whole matter. She hurried to the scene, which is not very far from her home.
She braved the shame her husband had caused her and their family as members of the public confronted her and the pastor, firing all manner of questions and without caring about the minor injuries the man of God had sustained.
“How do you cope with a cheating pastor who pretends to be doing business, yet he engages in immoral activities?” asked one visibly disappointed man.The pastor was at pains to explain what he was doing with all those condoms. By this time, his uninjured female passenger had slithered and vanished from the scene.
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