A heated discussion has recently engulfed Nigerian culture, with comedian Sabinus taking a strong position against some beliefs on sexual preferences. This debate is around the comparison of vibrators and real men in terms of satisfying sexual demands, a topic that has sparked heated debate and differing viewpoints.
Sabinus, noted for his quick wit and hilarious insights, addressed the issue on Twitter. He deliberately targeted women who said they preferred vibrators over genuine males.
With the coming of December, a month historically linked with greater spending and financial requests from women to men, Sabinus jokingly recommended that these women turn to their highly regarded vibrators for financial aid. His remarks are a satirical response to the rising debate over the use of vibrators.
This topic gathered traction following comments made by Doyin Davids on a recent podcast.
Davids asserted bluntly that many women prefer vibrators, claiming that these gadgets are competent at meeting a woman’s demands and reaching areas where males often do not. Her comments sparked debate regarding sexual satisfaction and the role of sexual aids in modern relationships.
Tuoyo, an ex-Big Brother Niger housemate, added his opinion to the discussion. He was adamant that a vibrator could never match the distinct qualities and skills of a real guy.
Tuoyo claims that most women are aware of this truth but hesitate to recognize it. He contended that there are certain parts of a sexual connection that only a man can fulfill, and that a vibrator cannot.