The female wing Togo women for sex a civil rights group is urging women in Togo to stage a week-long sex strike to demand the resignation of the country's president. Women are being asked to withhold sex from their husbands or partners from Monday, said Isabelle Ameganvi, leader of the women's wing of Let's Save Togo.
She said the Togo women for sex will put pressure on Togo's men to take action against President Faure Gnassingbe. Ameganvi, a lawyer, said her group is following the example of Liberia's women, who used a sex strike in to campaign for peace.
The strike was announced on Saturday at a rally womdn several thousand people in the capital city, Lome. The demonstration was organised by a coalition that is protesting against recent electoral reforms which, they say, will make it easier for Gnassingbe to win re-election in October.
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Gnassingbe came to power infollowing the death of his father, Togo women for sex Eyadema, who ruled the West Somen country for 38 years. The president has not commented on the proposed sex strike.
Earlier this month, two anti-Gnassingbe protests were dispersed by police using tear gas and more than people were arrested. At Saturday's rally, which ended peacefully, Jean-Pierre Fabre, leader of the Togo women for sex Ror for Change opposition party, called for Gnassingbe's resignation.
Other opposition leaders called for civil disobedience. For me, it's like fasting, and unless you fast, you will not get what you want from God.
When asked if her husband would agree, Tamekloe said: I am used to it, but I am not sure my husband will accept. But I have to explain to him. Another Togolese woman said Togo women for sex supports the strike, but she does not know if she can carry it out for a full week.
He may agree at first, but as far as I know Togo women for sex, he will change overnight," Judith Agbetoglo said. Although the proposed strike seemed to please many women, some men, including heads of opposition parties and human rights groups in the anti-Gnassingbe coalition, did not believe it would be a success.
She does not live with a man at home," said Ekoue Blame, a Togolese journalist.
By the way, who controls what couples do behind closed doors? But it is the sex strike that has people talking in this country of 7 million people. Topics Togo.
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