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Don’t exchange sex for job opportunities or anything in the workplace – Nana Aba Anamoah advises young women

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Multiple award-winning Ghanaian media personality, Nana Aba Anamoah is advocating for professionalism and ethical conduct in the workplace, particularly emphasizing the importance of young women not engaging in sexual activities for job opportunities.

According to her, young women should refrain from succumbing to sexual advances from men in exchange for job opportunities or career advancement. She emphasized that in such compromises women are not only being taken advantage of or exploited but, also undermining their dignity and self-respect.

The respected journalist and broadcaster, while speaking in an exclusive interview on 3Music TV, highlighted the significance of meritocracy over inappropriate means for career opportunities and advancement.

“It’s just that some men think that is how they can exhibit power…If you are a young girl and you are caught up in that situation, I’ll say to you, do not have sex with a man.

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“One girl told me if ‘I have sex with a man it’s not written on my forehead, nobody will know’. Yes, but it is your dignity. If you want to have sex with a man, have sex with a man but not because there is an opportunity at stake, that is your self-esteem gone,” she stated.

Nana further averred that although she has never encountered such an ultimatum in the workplace, she strongly believes that it is in the interest of any woman in such a situation to not risk it.

Addressing the tendency to blame young women for these predicaments, she said “It is not their fault…if you say watch ‘how you carry yourself’ then you are apportioning some blame to the young women. There is an insane man who thinks that ‘this girl, even though she is competent, I must get into her pants before she gets the job.’ So it is not the young woman’s fault.

She opined that there is no problem if women decide to have mutual sex however, they should never do it because there is an opportunity at stake.

“Of course, you will be confronted with so many challenges that at that point you need the job and the money…However I want to tell every young woman that exchanging sex for a job is not the way to go,” she emphasized. 

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