Ghanaian actress Lydia Forson shared her thoughts on what drives women to use charm to attract, seduce and retain men.
The 34-year-old actress accuses society of pushing women to fetish. The actress, who shared her thoughts on Twitter, said the patriarchy of society is why women end up taking the supernatural path to seduce a man.
She says that society gives women the impression that a man is all that they need to live. In the end, women end up inserting things, bathing with concoctions and putting things in men’s food just to keep them.
“Patriarchy is the reason why girls insert things, bathe with concoctions and put” charm “in men’s food to keep them, take money and steal them from other women. When a society gives women the impression that they need only one man to live, that’s what happens, “ she wrote.
Patriarchy is why girls are inserting things, bathing with concoctions and putting “scopatumana” into men’s food to keep them, take money from them, and steal them from other women.
When a society makes women feel like a man is all they have to live for, this happens.
— Miss Forson (@lydiaforson) July 16, 2019