It’s obvious that some African girls engage in different kind of spiritual powers in other to get the man they want. They seek help from spiritual doctors, charms and different concoction to seduce men. Most of their victims are rich men, married men, and politicians.
Ghanaian actress Lydia Forson lend in her voice and shared her thoughts on why some African girls use charm to attract, seduce and retain men.
The 34-year-old actress blames society for pushing women into fetishism. The actress, who shared her thoughts on Twitter, said that the Patriarchate of society is the reason why some girls end up taking the supernatural path to hypnotize a man.
She says that society gives ladies the impression that a man is all that they need to live. In the end, women end up inserting things, bathing with concoctions and putting things in men’s food just to keep them.
Lydia writes that: “Patriarchy is why girls are inserting things, bathing with concoctions and putting “scopatumana” into men’s food to keep them.” She alleged that the perpetrators “take money from them, and steal them from other women.” The actress insists that: “when a society makes women feel like a man is all they have to live for, this happens.”
Patriarchy is a social system in which men hold primary power and predominate in roles of political leadership, moral authority, social privilege and control of the property. Some patriarchal societies are also patrilineal, meaning that property and title are inherited by the male lineage.