The documentaries cover sexual topics such as African sexuality, virginity, strange sex practices, sex rituals, labia elongation, marriage sex rites, wife sharing, sexual cleansing, sexual slavery, necrophilia, secret sex societies, homosexuality, premarital sex, sex camps, primitive sex practices and much more. To get the full adult documentaries get membership to this site. Beading among Samburu of Kenya Aishontoyie Saen The Samburu are a nomadic pastoralist community living in the arid and semi-arid parts of Northern Kenya.
It is hailed as one of the few Kenyan communities who have preserved their culture and traditions to this day. If you make a trip to the remote and dry villages of Samburu, you will be met by the spectacular beauty of women and girls adorning colorful beads around their necks. But beyond the beauty that captures your eyes is a story that will surely break your heart. Samburu morans-young warriors- are not allowed to marry according to tradition. To prevent the morans from seducing wives of the older warriors, they are allowed to have sexual relationships with young girls of the same clan.
A girl as young as 9 or 10 years is assigned to a young male relative. Never mind that the consent of the girl is never sought, who is she to question the dictates of custom after all? This practice is known as aishontoyie saen. The small hut called singira is purely a sex den. In the event that the girl becomes pregnant, the pregnancy has to be terminated by administering of herbal drugs or crude abortion conducted by the elderly women!
And if the fetus somehow makes it to birth, it is supposed to be abandoned in the wild as it is an outcast. Sex Initiation among Digo, Kenya Unyago The Digo, a coastal tribe in Kenya which is part of the nine coastal tribes known as Mijikenda nine clans still lives an age old practice.
Upon attaining sexual maturity baleghe or kuvunja ungo evidenced by the first menstrual flow, young girls in the Digo community enter into a new phase of life, one which is marked by a lot of secrecy. To begin with she is not supposed to reveal the onset of her menses to anyone.
The young girl is initiated into sex, fertility, pregnancy and childbearing and this code of secrecy is carried on to pregnancy and childbirth. The family of the initiate known as mwari hires a special teacher usually an aunt or older female relative. This then marks the onset of a 7 day celebration known as unyago accompanied by the beating of drums ngoma. The woman known as kungwi then takes on the responsibility of teaching the initiate how handle her upcoming wifely duties, such as cooking for her husband, taking care of her hygiene but most importantly how to satisfy the man in bed!
In what is only akin to a scene from an erotic film, the kungwi demonstrates to the mwari different styles and positions during sexual intercourse and the mwari would be expected to show her mastery of the new skills to her trainer as well.
Today, the initiates are taught how to use sanitary pads and cleanse themselves after menstruation tohara. This takes place for 7 days commencing on the girls first menstruation after which she is presented to the society as ready for marriage. The teachings of the kungwi to the mwari remain a secret between the two. Rwanda — Kunyaza Sex takes place in the woman; the man uses a mere projection of his body. Have you heard that said before? Well no one know that better than the Rwandans.
While in most societies sex revolves around the pleasure of the man and female ejaculation is almost a taboo, in Rwanda, it is not a rare phenomenon. In fact, it is customary. A Rwandan man is expected to facilitate female orgasm-kunyaza. During sexual intercourse the man begins by stimulating the labia majora. This he does by tapping and rubbing it with his penis. After a considerable stimulation, he then proceeds to tap the interior of the labia minora in a similar fashion followed by the vulva then the clitoris and finally the vaginal opening.
This is then followed by the penetrative phase where the man does shallow thrust known as gucuga followed by deep thrusts gucumita. While at it he maintains exaggerated circular movements pressing on the vaginal walls like a screw. This is facilitated by holding the penis between the index and middle fingers. Reading this, one wonders why the first ever pornographic films were not made in Africa.
Anyway Rwandans it drives the woman to orgasm in five minutes or better yet, she will have multiple orgasms. In olden days, the elongation of the labia-called gukuna imishino was integral to the success of kunyaza.
Although gukuna is much less practiced, kunyaza lives on. Now you know why Rwanda ranks high in gender equality tables globally and yes, if you are about to get married, make no mistake, Rwandan men are the best. Labial elongation, Rwanda Gukuna imishino Modern day Sex therapists opine that labial stimulation can take a woman to the moon and back. But as am about to reveal to you, this knowledge is not a preserve of sex therapists.
Long before there were any of them, Rwandans were doing it their own way. Gukuna imishino is a term in Kinyarwanda which translates to labia elongation. For Rwandans, the longer it is the better. The young girls would go into the bushes to cut brooms.
Even to date Rwandan girls in boarding schools will sit in rows facing each other, in their dormitories and do the same as they catch up on the latest gossip. Maybe you want to call it gross, but to them it is just culture. In olden days the girls would use traditional herbs-which they were trained to find in the bushes-as lubricants. They also served to make the labia swell so as to make it easier to grab.
Contrary to most African societies and global cultures, in Rwanda sex is for the woman. The man is supposed to make her orgasm kurangiza. Clearly, if sex is an art, then no one has mastered it like the Rwandans. Sena of Malawi — Chinamwali At a time when statistics from most African countries indicate that divorce is on the rise, one must ask when the rain started beating us.
We had these things figured out before the white men came and ruined it all in the name of civilization. In southern Africa, among the Sena, Ngoni Venda, Tonga, Lomwe and Tambuka communities, chinamwali was an avenue for marriage education. Girls who had reached puberty were sent to a special trainer called ngaliba.
The ngaliba would lead the contingent of initiates into the forest, to the dimba- the designated place for the sex initiation.
She would prepare them on the wifely roles that they were about to assume upon marriage. More fundamentally, the initiates were taught how to satisfy their husbands in bed. The lessons provided by the chinamwali instructor ngaliba will leave you in shock. She would place sharp objects such as razor blades, needles and pins and thorns below the pelvis of the naked initiate.
She would then require the initiate to move her waist as instructed. The initiate dared not lower her waist before she was allowed to lest she was pricked by the sharp objects underneath her. See, laziness in bed would cost you a husband and the ngaliba would have none of that. One wonders how this kind of ideas was conceived in this place, but they worked and still work all the same.
In fact, modern women secretly visit the chinamwali instructors so that they get the bedroom secrets too. Yao and lomwe of Malawi-Kusasa fumbi If you profess the Christian faith, then you know that upon accepting Jesus, you would undergo water baptism as an outward sign of your inward faith.
For the Yao and Lomwe tribes of Southern Malawi in districts such as Chikwakwa, Salima and Sanje, sexual baptism was a requirement for girls to be ushered into adulthood. Upon the onset of their menstrual cycle, the families of the young girls would send them to tsimba, a sex initiation camp what would be the African equivalent of a summer camp.
Here, the girls were taught by a sex counselor known as anankungwi who would prepare them to take up wifely duties and most importantly how to do it in bed. Never mind that the girls were all minors between ages 12 and 17 but custom is custom in Africa. Needless to say there was no such thing as protection or contraceptives for the poor initiates.
Zimbabwe — Dry sex drying of the vagina using herbs and mutendo wegudo- baboon urine There are several stereotypes about the African man, some even profiling them as sexual beasts. That Africa is a patriarchal society is nothing but the truth and as it would naturally follow, pleasure during sex is the preserve of men. As such the African woman had to satisfy the man or else a co-wife would be on the way. Forgive the African man, but most of them believed or maybe still do , that if the vagina was dry then sex was more pleasurable.
As a consequence, women in Zimbabwe, Malawi, Zambia and South Africa have for a long time used remedies to dry their self-lubrication. Popular among them are herbs from the mugugudhu tree which could be mixed with crystalline baboon urine known as mutendo wegudo. This mixture is inserted in the vagina prior to sex. It results in swelling, elevated temperatures in the vagina and dryness, which increases the pleasure for the man making sure they are satisfied. But why baboon urine?
The ape is believed to urinate in just one single spot for several years! So it is believed that using the concoction prior to sex causes the man to be faithful and only have sex with one woman. Interestingly, the same concoction is being sold to men as an aphrodisiac! Here lives a nomadic pastoralist community known as the Ovahimba. And yes the practice was done in order to strengthen friendship ties and prevent promiscuity. Was the consent of the woman needed in all of these? Absolutely not; as long as the husband had agreed with his male friend, all was well.
The practice is known as okujepisa omukazendu which loosely translated means- offering wife to a guest. Did I mention that there were no strings attached?
Well I just did. Buganda of Uganda- Okukyalira ensiko For a long time among several East African countries, women from the Buganda community have been praised for their prowess in the bedroom. Today, we unravel the secret behind this. At the onset of puberty a Buganda girl is sent to the paternal aunt —called ssenga-which is also the name widely used for women who are specialists in sex education. Older and married women may have to do it even longer.
Of course at the initial stages the pulling is bound to cause some pain but by no means does this equate the practice to female genital mutilation FGM as some Western bigots paint it out there.