Sex Bites update: no sex in the Prime Minister's room

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Before the sex ban began, executive director of the Federation of Women Lawyers (Fida) told the BBC “”Great decisions are made during pillow talk, so we are asking the two ladies at that intimate moment to ask their husbands: ‘Darling can you do something for Kenya?’”

Lawsuit or no lawsuit, plans are under way for women activists to meet with President Mwai Kibaki and Prime Minister Raila Odinga. No word on whether Mr. Kimondo's symptoms are on-going, or have subsided after the sex ban ended.

When's the last time you withheld sex for a greater goal? What happened?


Two Sex Bites ago, I wrote about the sex ban in Kenya. CNN reports that a Kenyan man, James Kimondo, has sued women activists who called for the week-long sex ban to protest the unstable coalition government.

Kimondo filed a lawsuit against the G-10, an umbrella group of women activists, claiming the sex ban affected his marriage, and led to his stress, mental anguish, backaches and lack of sleep.

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