Juliet Ibrahim, a Ghanaian actress, advises males not to use saliva as a lubricant when having sexual intercourse with women.
Juliet is a Lebanese, Ghanaian, and Liberian singer and film producer. Her performance in 4 Play earned her the Best Actress in a Leading Role award at the 2010 Ghana Movie Awards.
According to A-listers Magazine, she has been dubbed the “Most Beautiful West African Woman.”
The actress cautioned males that women’s intimate parts are delicate and that they should maintain their femininity clean during sexual activity.
Juliet expressed her dissatisfaction with her friend, with whom she had disagreed about the use of saliva as a lubricant during sexual intercourse, in an Instagram post.
She urged males not to approach any women for sexual intercourse unless they were clean, stating…
“I cannot believe that in 2022, I am (still) arguing with a friend who sees nothing wrong with these things. Her excuse was that, ‘What if it’s a quickie’? Honestly, guys, please take this from me; a woman’s vagina is very delicate. It is her temple.
Help her to keep it clean, safe and healthy. Stop using dirty hands and saliva on it. Brush your teeth and tongue before and after oral sex, and cut your nails before any touching.
Juliet also unleashed that germs that cause bacteria are more likely to breed in girls by saying…
“Germs that cause bacteria are bred on such. Girls, please learn these basic hygiene practices and stay clean.”
Ibrahim’s ‘hygiene speech’ comes only weeks after singer Olaitan Abdulrahman, aka Oxlade, was shown in a leaked video using his spit as a lubricant during sexual intercourse with an unnamed girl.
Meanwhile, medical professionals have frequently cautioned that lubricating the vaginal area with saliva during sexual intercourse might put women at danger of contracting sexually transmitted illnesses.
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