Sex is the most ancient of human acts regardless of race, tribe or beliefs. From the bible, to traditional folk tales like Kintu and Nambi, it is by far the only known method of procreation.
And by the virtue that all human beings belong to a certain group setting or society, there are various cultures and traits that become unique identifiers to that. This extends sex as well.
The act of pulling as practiced by the Baganda majorly was done to prepare a young lady to be warm and spicy for her husband when the time came for intercourse during marriage.
This was done to girls as early as the age of five such that by the time they clocked adulthood, they were ready for their partners.
Circumcision amongst the Bagisu in addition to transforming a man into a boy was meant to make a man last longer during the act of intercourse.
Even though this act has taken a more health approach in its usefulness, a lot of women still continue to testify that a “cut” man gives more pleasure than a man who has not seen the knife.
Banyankole will argue that they hold the crown when it comes to beating “Kachabali” and this too like many others is not something someone is born with naturally.
Common questions arise from the need to know sexual things that people no longer want to talk about because they are either too sigh or just the mere fact that no one is actually talking about it.
It is no wonder Ssengas and Kojjas of nowadays charge a killing just to teach something that your aunt in the village could have done for you for free.
But civilisation and modern world movements like emancipation have created the notion in a lot of people to ignore such traditional practices.
Modernisation has allowed for a faster erosion of cultures and the passage of cultural beliefs from one generation to another especially the younger generations.
If it worked for them it is very likely to work for you.
Creating happiness in your marriage is something very important and it would nothing but ignorant not to notice that happiness in the bedroom is a very important ingredient for happiness in the entire marriage.
The millennial, as they are commonly referred to, now find a lot of cultural beliefs archaic and not cool enough.
But even these children will grow up to become wives and husbands to someone.
The question now lies on whose responsibility it is to pass on these cultural beliefs and acts to these children.