My wife’s quest for revenge got me infected with STI – Narrates Kenyan man

Kenyan man narrates how his wife learnt of his infidelity cheated and got infected after learning of his infidelity

Maybe by now you have heard of the now popular phrase ‘The game is the game’.

It is normally used when there is a form of revenge or retaliation especially in relationships. For example if a hubby cheats, the wife finds out and cheats in return then the game is the game!

This happened to one mzee Mogaka from Langas, Eldoret who had a mpango wa kando till his wife found out.

Upon finding out, the two agreed that they won’t engage in unprotected sex till Mogaka changes his ways. While mzee was busy reforming, his wife was busy scheming on how to get back at him.

She got a mpango wa kando and infected her husband with a sexually transmitted infection in the process.

Hurt by the events, he decided to chase the wife away and he is now a single man reaping the fruits of his infidelity.

Read his narration below.

Mimi nilikuwa na bibi tuliyekuwa naye kwa miaka miwili.

Sasa akaniambia amaeona mienendo yango sio mizuri so wacha tuanze kutumia kinga hadi wakati ataona mienendo yangu iko sawa, na nikakubali.

Lakini maajabu ni kwamba sote tulitii umri lakini baadaye akaenda akakosea. Makosa ni kuwa nilipowacha hiyo tabia kumbe yeye ndiye anaamka ndio hivo alivyopata ugonjwa na akaniambukiza.

Sasa nikaenda hospitalini lakini sikupona hadi wakati nilipoanza dawa za kienyeji na nikapona baada ya siku saba, hapo nikampeleka hospitalini.

Baadaye nikamwambia kuwa hawezi badilika na nikamtuma nyumbani kwao. Cha kushangaza ni kuwa hajawahi nipigia simu wala kunijulia hali wala kusema amebadilika.

Distraught woman wants hubby arrested for defiling daughters, infecting them with STI

A woman in Baringo North Sub-county wants her husband arrested for defiling his three daughters infecting them with Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI).

As the world celebrated women day on Friday March 8, Sally Chelimo (not her real name) is crying for justice after her three daughters aged 7 and 14 years were being raped severally by their blood father.

“This is a real beast, I want him arrested and jailed for raping my innocent daughters and denying them a good future” Chelimo told media in Kabarnet town today on Friday.

She said she did not return back to her matrimonial home after fleeing owing to a dispute that saw her beastly husband beating her almost to death in December 2018.

“He was a humble and good-looking man when I met him in 1999 before turning wild immediately after engaging in heavy alcohol drinking since 2005.” Chelimo said.

She said besides restraining her from working as a casual laborer in people’s farms in order to fend for her kids, the man who worked as a carpenter, went ahead to beat her with her children.

The suspect went ahead to restrain his children from going to school, threatening to kill them saying they should stay at home and become school dropouts like him.

She said the violent man used to return home every day late and drunk, “he starts beating us randomly in the house, I used to persevere thinking he might change but he got more worse I finally decided to flee away fearing for my life, leaving him with the care of the children” Chelimo said.

Raped

Residents led by the local chief said apart from sharing one mud-walled room the man used to share a bed with all his children including his daughters.

“It just came to our notice through tip off by the neighbours that he used to threaten to chop the girls’ necks if they dare resist his advances” the chief said.

He said since the man divorced his two previous wives he has become hostile in the community and even walks around with a panga threatening to kill every person he spots walking around or talking to her present wife.

Police are currently pursuing the suspect who fled away immediately after noticing his up evil has leaked and realizing he was being sought for arrest.

“He will run but not hide, we will catch up with him to face the full force of the law” Baringo North OCPD Chemongis Ndiema said.

Medical checkup

However Kabartonjo hospital senior clinical officer Sammy Kirwok said all the three girls had bruises owing to forceful penetration into their private parts and were all infected with an STI, which is uncommon in children.

“The elder one had her hymen totally broken although she tested negative for pregnancy” Kirwok said adding that they have all been treated.

‘Is he possessed?City woman cries after her man reacted this way just because she asked him to use protection during intimacy

Men are cunning when it comes to bedroom matters, with a majority giving countless reasons why they shouldn’t wear protection.

Despite the fact that condoms protect against pregnancy and s3xually transmitted diseases, some men will go to all lengths to make sure they do not put them on.

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Young couple in bed, man sitting up with arms crossed, portrait
Young couple in bed, man sitting up with arms crossed, portrait

One city woman has been caught in a dilemma given that her man has crazy tactics when he is denied conjugal rights for not wearing protection.

She wrote
“Each time I tell my boyfriend to use withdrawal method, he will start crying and begging that he wants a bond with me. If I refuse he will try to hurt himself. I told him to be doing withdrawal method but he said withdrawal method use to give him headache that will make blood to full his head. So I allowed him to be pouring inside of me until I got pregnant 3 times and he did not give me money for abortion.”

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She further adds

“I used my money to terminate it,he then came back to beg me and threatened to kill him self. So last week we were getting intimate and I told him to wear protection and he refused, so when he was about to c#m I pushed him out and he started crying. He ran to my kitchen I took a knife to kill himself, so I had to beg him, I had to lamba lolo to bring him up again and allowed him c#m inside me. I am tired, how do I make him use protection? Is he possessed or is he just selfish?”

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Usipake mate tena! Scientists find a way of creating self lubricating condoms which become slippery on contact

Scientists say they have found a way to make self-lubricating latex condoms that become slippery on contact hence boosting lubrication during intercourse.

A team lead by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation stated that the condom is self lubricating thanks to a special durable coating that should last throughout se3ual intercourse.

They hope it will make condoms more appealing to use and thereby prevent se3ually transmitted infections (STIs) as well as unwanted pregnancies.

Without enough lubrication, s3x can be painful and condoms may split or slip,When used correctly, condoms are a highly effective contraceptive, but not everyone likes them.

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They are often already lubricated to make them easier to use, but sometimes this might not be enough for comfort.

People can add lubricant, but this can be messy and may need several applications, interrupting s3x.

Researchers say the self-lubricating condom, which becomes really slippery once it comes into contact with body fluid, should get round this.

It could withstand intercourse involving at least 1,000 thrusts without losing its slipperiness, the Royal Society Open Science journal reports.

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According to the researchers, intercourse typically lasts half that time, but some sessions are longer.

When tested for comparison, regular condoms coated with a shop-bought, water-based liquid lubricant were more slippery initially, but became less so after around 600 thrusts.

A group of volunteers were also asked to touch and rate both condoms, in terms of slip and slide.

 Most of the 33 men and women rated the self-lubricating one more highly.

Researcher Prof Mark Grinstaff, from Boston University, said: “It feels a bit slimy when you handle it dry, but in the presence of water or natural fluids it becomes really slick. You only need a little bit of fluid to activate it.”

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The researchers say more tests are needed to compare how well the self-lubricating condom performs against other brands of condoms in real-life settings.

Clinical trials with couples could begin early next year, says Prof Grinstaff.

A spin-off company from the university is now planning to develop a product for the commercial market, subject to regulatory approval.

Dr Nicola Irwin, from Queen’s University, Belfast, is an expert in healthcare materials and technology. She said similar “hydrophilic” coatings have been used in urinary catheters to improve comfort.

“These coated catheters are, in general, associated with a greater degree of user acceptability than the alterative uncoated and gel-lubricated devices. This user preference is mainly due to the reduced levels of discomfort upon insertion, together with the ease of handling and convenience of ‘ready-to-use’ hydrophilic-coated catheters.

It may be expected that the newly developed hydrophilic-coated condoms could afford similar benefits, but we need more trials.”

Meanwhile, researchers at the University of Wollongong, Australia, have been working on making a self-lubricating condom out of tough hydrogels rather than latex or rubber, that feel more like real skin.

Bekki Burbidge, from the se3ual health charity FPA, said:

“We welcome new innovations to encourage condom use. Condoms are the only method of contraception that also help to protect against STIs, so it’s important that people feel confident and comfortable using them.

Lubrication can make s3x more comfortable and enjoyable so we encourage people to try out different water-based lubricants as well as different sizes, shapes and textures of condoms to find out what suits them and enhances their se3ual pleasure.”

It could withstand intercourse involving at least 1,000 thrusts without losing its slipperiness, the Royal Society Open Science journal reports.

According to the researchers, intercourse typically lasts half that time, but some sessions are longer.

When tested for comparison, regular condoms coated with a shop-bought, water-based liquid lubricant were more slippery initially, but became less so after around 600 thrusts.

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A group of volunteers were also asked to touch and rate both condoms, in terms of slip and slide, Most of the 33 men and women rated the self-lubricating one more highly.

Researcher Prof Mark Grinstaff, from Boston University, said: “It feels a bit slimy when you handle it dry, but in the presence of water or natural fluids it becomes really slick. You only need a little bit of fluid to activate it.”

The researchers say more tests are needed to compare how well the self-lubricating condom performs against other brands of condoms in real-life settings.

Clinical trials with couples could begin early next year, says Prof Grinstaff.

A spin-off company from the university is now planning to develop a product for the commercial market, subject to regulatory approval.

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Dr Nicola Irwin, from Queen’s University, Belfast, is an expert in healthcare materials and technology. She said similar “hydrophilic” coatings have been used in urinary catheters to improve comfort.

“These coated catheters are, in general, associated with a greater degree of user acceptability than the alterative uncoated and gel-lubricated devices. This user preference is mainly due to the reduced levels of discomfort upon insertion, together with the ease of handling and convenience of ‘ready-to-use’ hydrophilic-coated catheters.

“It may be expected that the newly developed hydrophilic-coated condoms could afford similar benefits, but we need more trials.”

Meanwhile, researchers at the University of Wollongong, Australia, have been working on making a self-lubricating condom out of tough hydrogels rather than latex or rubber, that feel more like real skin.

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Bekki Burbidge, from the sexual health charity FPA, said

“We welcome new innovations to encourage condom use. Condoms are the only method of contraception that also help to protect against STIs, so it’s important that people feel confident and comfortable using them.

Lubrication can make sex more comfortable and enjoyable so we encourage people to try out different water-based lubricants as well as different sizes, shapes and textures of condoms to find out what suits them and enhances their s3xual pleasure.”

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Meet the species that gave us genital herpes

Scientists have identified the ancient hominin species that gave early humans genital herpes two million years ago.

Parathropus boisei was a heavyset human-like species that walked on two legs with a smallish brain and dish-like face.

It likely contracted the virus after eating infected ancestral chimpanzees, and then passed the pathogen onto us when hunted by Homo erectus for food.

THE ORIGINS OF GENITAL HERPES

Somewhere between three and 1.4 million years ago, genital herpes jumped the species barrier from African apes to human ancestors.

Scientists have previously speculated that the virus made the leap via an intermediate hominin species unrelated to humans.

Now, a team of scientists from Cambridge and Oxford Brookes universities have found that Parathropus boisei is to blame.

They suggest P. boisei most likely contracted the virus while eating ancestral chimp meat in an area where the African Savannah met surrounding forest.

The appearance of Homo erectus around 2 million years ago was accompanied by evidence of hunting and butchery.

Once again, consuming ‘infected material’ would have transmitted the virus – only this time it was P. boisei being devoured.

Close contact between P. boisei and our ancestor Homo erectus would have been fairly common around sources of water, such as Kenya’s Lake Turkana, the researchers found.

This provided the opportunity for the genital herpes virus to shift onto our bloodline.

‘Once this virus gains entry to a species it stays, easily transferred from mother to baby, as well as through blood, saliva and sex,’ said study coauthor Dr Charlotte Houldcroft, from the University of Cambridge.

‘The genital herpes virus would have crept across Africa the way it creeps down nerve endings in our sex organs – slowly but surely.’

Somewhere between three and 1.4 million years ago, genital herpes jumped the species barrier from African apes into human ancestors.

Scientists have previously speculated that the virus made the leap via an intermediate hominin species unrelated to humans.

Now, a team of scientists from Cambridge and Oxford Brookes universities have found that Parathropus boisei is to blame.

They suggest P. boisei most likely contracted the virus while eating ancestral chimp meat in an area where the African Savannah met surrounding forest.

The infection, which at the time came through the mouth rather than the genitals, probably seeped in via bites or open sores.

Hominins infected with cold sores may have initially been protected from this virus, known as HSV2.

But it quickly ‘adapted to a different mucosal niche’ to survive, the scientists said.

That mucosal niche was found in the genitals, causing the virus to move away from mouth-based infections toward the STI we know today.

The appearance of Homo erectus around 2 million years ago was accompanied by evidence of hunting and butchery.

Once again, consuming ‘infected material’ would have transmitted the virus – only this time it was P. boisei being devoured.

‘Herpes infect everything from humans to coral, with each species having its own specific set of viruses,’ said Dr Houldcroft.

THE STUDY

Study lead author and Cambridge researcher Dr Charlotte Houldcroft and her team used data ranging from fossil finds to herpes DNA and ancient African climates to come to their conclusion.

They input this data into a computer programme that modelled HSV2 transmission probabilities for the hominin species that roamed Africa three million years ago.

The researchers found the species with the highest transmission probability was Parathropus boisei – a genetic fit virally who was found in the right places to be the herpes intermediary.

‘By modelling the available data, from fossil records to viral genetics, we believe that Parathropus boisei was the species in the right place at the right time to both contract HSV2 from ancestral chimpanzees, and transmit it to our earliest ancestors, probably Homo erectus.’

‘For these viruses to jump species barriers they need a lucky genetic mutation combined with significant fluid exchange.

‘In the case of early hominins, this means through consumption or intercourse – or possibly both.’

Dr Houldcroft and her team used data ranging from fossil finds to herpes DNA and ancient African climates to come to their conclusion.

They input this data into a computer programme that modelled HSV2 transmission probabilities for the hominin species that roamed Africa three million years ago.

The researchers found the species with the highest transmission probability was Parathropus boisei – a genetic fit virally who was found in the right places to be the herpes intermediary.

‘By modelling the available data, from fossil records to viral genetics, we believe that Parathropus boisei was the species in the right place at the right time to both contract HSV2 from ancestral chimpanzees, and transmit it to our earliest ancestors, probably Homo erectus.’

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