EntertainmentMusicChrisland Sex Saga: Rapper, Eva Alordiah Advises Parents To Teach Their Kids About Sex


Nigerian rapper Eva Alordiah has urged parents to take out time and teach their children about sex to restrain them from learning from somewhere else.

In a tweet thread, Eva opined that parents should stop hiding behind the curtain of hypocrisy and religion and teach their children things about sex.

The rapper warned that at this age when information is now easily accessible, if parents fails to carry out their duties diligently, the kids would be forced to learn sex education elsewhere and also put it into practice.

Read her tweets below:

“I hope that more Nigerian parents will stop hiding behind the curtains of hypocrisy and righteousness, and begin to have real conversations with their own children about sex.

“We are sexual beings by nature. Heal your own shame and traumas and teach your kids about their sexual nature.

“In a world where information is rampant and easily accessible, where most children today are gifted Ipads before they are gifted books, where sex is on ever ready display at the click of a button, it is even more urgent that we discuss sex in an open, intuitive and respectful way.

“Unfortunately, most Nigerian parents fold their arms and hope their children learn about sex at the right time. When? They hope the pastors promising helI as a penalty for sin will twat the ever raging curiosity of children. The fear of hell is not as great as the desire for sex.

“We seriously need to stop with the damn hypocrisy and learn and teach about our God-given sexual nature as humans. Preaching “suppression” is just as well as begging people to explode with reckless abandon. You cannot suppress nature. Nature will do what it wilt.”

According to her, parents give their children expensive gifts rather than give them good counsel.

“To think that children are ‘just’ children is to set yourself up for a rude awakening. Children know so much more than you give them credit for. It is better to have real, intentional relationships with your children, founded on love and mutual respect.

“You give children the most expensive schools, Ipads, internet, gadgets, teachers, pastors, but you don’t give them your own counsel as parents. Dear Nigerian parents, please, it is your responsibility to teach your kids about sex. If you don’t, they will learn anyways,” She said.

Her tweets are coming after a video of a 10-year-old student having sexual intercourse with her classmates during a school trip to Dubai surfaced on social media.

By Ezinwanne Onwuka (Senior Reporter)

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