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Learn how to say NO to sex; Some women have bad luck in their lives – Eddie Nartey urges fellow men 

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In a society often saturated with messages that focus on physical desires, renowned Ghanaian actor and producer, Eddie Nartey has taken a bold stance by encouraging men to learn the art of saying “NO” to sexual advances. 

The actor emphasizes that this refusal isn’t just about personal restraint but also about acknowledging the potential negative consequences some women may face in their lives.  

Speaking in a recent episode of his podcast “Into the Mic ”, Eddie opined that some sexual offers are detrimental to the well-being of men. He went on to highlight the importance of this message in a time when indiscriminate sex has become very common. 

Some women have bad luck in their lives”, he asserted, while hinting at the unseen challenges that may affect individuals’ paths. Emerging as a voice advocating for mindful and respectful behavior in intimate relationships by urging fellow men to embrace the power of saying “NO” to sex, the actor, emphasised the importance of judgement, questioning how men can differentiate between women who bring positive energy into their lives and those who may unintentionally bring negativity.

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The root of Eddie’s advice lies in the need for men to exercise restraint and discretion when it comes to sexual encounters.

“Learn how to say NO to sex”, he urged, directing his words specifically to men. 

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In the same vein, Eddie Nartey extends his counsel to married women, highlighting the issue of infertility as a potential strain on marital relationships. His advice underscores the importance of fidelity and open communication within marriages, urging couples to address challenges together rather than allowing them to fester and undermine their bond.

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