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Quite disappointingly, only 150 out of the 244 women approached did respond to the initial questions.
To understand and unlock these and other puzzling questions, Emmanuel Sarpong Owusu-Ansah, a lecturer and an investigative journalist in London, conducted a survey on 244 African women, married and unmarried, aged between 21 and 40 in England, UK.
They were from Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroon, Sierra Leone, Kenya, Uganda, Zambia, Tanzania, Botswana, Zimbabwe, and South Africa.
The term ‘single’ or ‘unattached’ as the respondents explain, does not necessarily mean living without s3x.
The words of a respondent say it all: ‘The truth of the matter is, we do not have a very wide selection of African men to choose from as we (the single women) outnumber them (the single men) in this country.
It is also argued that men take advantage of the notion that women are a weaker sex, and therefore, abuse them sexually, even without their consent.
Popular belief is that Shona culture makes men very self-centred and inconsiderate when it comes to relating with women on sexual issues.
When it comes to sexual issues, just like other contemporary matters, the truth that lies undiscussed and unexposed is that today's Shona man is a product of two traditions, two worlds, African and colonial (Western).
Fanon (1986) has actually described the contemporary African being as a 'Black skin in a white mask'.