After reports emerged last week that a Nigerian woman had filed for divorce one week after marriage because she couldn’t handle the size of his partner’s manhood, Jessica Opare Saforo, a co-host of celebrity and lifestyle show in Ghana, Celebrity Fanzone, disclosed that her pastor supports the idea of manhood viewing for couples before marriage.
Jessica, last Saturday, said that her pastor once insisted that women should demand to see the size of the manhood of their potential partners before marriage; sparking an intense debate on social media.
“I remember being in church one day, when my pastor was preaching about things like this… What the pastor did say though is, “women should ask to see the manhood. They have to look at it to be sure because you can look at the size to be sure is if it’s something you can live with.” She was fully in support of her pastor’s position but couldn’t indicate how the same principle could be applied to women. “I agree if you are not even going to go the whole nine yards [pre-marital S*x] but you should see [manhood].” Asked by co-host, Akosua Hanson how the same principle could be applied to women, Jessica simply brushed it aside. Singer Fresh Prince, who was on the show with the other members of 4×4 music group, however maintained that he believed the Nigerian woman in question should have been intimate (sexually) with her partner before the marriage. “I think she should have ‘tasted’ that thing before marriage. I don’t believe when women say I don’t want to have S*x before marriage.”