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African Cultures and the Promotion of Sexual and Reproductive Rights
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African identities African Cultures and the Promotion of Sexual and Reproductive Rights

Culture can be defined as a continuous process of change that gives a community a sense of identity, dignity, continuity, security
and that binds it together. It includes beliefs, art, morals, law, customs and any other capabilities and habits acquired by its people. Traditional values, on the other hand, are attitudes, beliefs and actions that are standards of behaviours by which society expects its members to abide. They guide human behaviour in interpersonal, group and intergroup communications and relationships. Cultural and traditional values influence spheres of social activity such as family life, health, education, wealth distribution, politics and government. In Africa, as elsewhere, values are dynamic and continuously interact with their internal and external environment.

Why masturbation for women is necessary
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Lifestyle Why masturbation for women is necessary

Sex for women often comes down to marriage and reproduction, with the central idea being that you must give your vagina to your husband and then birth a child. Notions of masturbation and women’s pleasure are often taboo however more women need to start touching themselves and discovering pleasure as a principle that is integral to sex