Thursday, April 30, 2009

Kenyan Women to go on Sex Strike to Stop Bickering

The group will also pay prostitutes not to work.

The organisation's chairman, Rukia Subow, said that she hopes that the boycott will put pressure on men to persuade politicians and their supporters to speed up efforts to break the deadlock.

"We have looked at all issues which can bring people to talk and we have seen that sex is the answer," said Mrs Subow. "It does not know tribe, it does not have a [political] party and it happens in the lowest households."