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VIDEO: Vibrators, IVF will soon render men useless, says Kevin-Annan

The life coach, Amos Kevin-Annan, says a lot of women are resorting to in vitro fertilisation (IVF) and vibrators to satisfy their sexual and reproductive needs, which may render men useless

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  • "Every man must get accountable friendship," the relationship counsellor said. "Friends who are not going to shower platitude on you and praise. Friends who will look you in the eye and tell you, 'guy, you are messing up'."

Amos Kevin-Annan, a youth ministry consultant and life coach has said men may gradually lose their position in the lives of women, if something drastic is not done immediately.

Kevin-Annan said the development is worrying because most women are resorting to in vitro fertilisation (IVF) and vibrators to satisfy their sexual and reproductive needs.

Talking to Kwaku Nhyira-Addo on The Asaase Breakfast Show on Friday (17 June) ahead of Father’s Day, Kevin-Annan said most men are gradually becoming a nuisance to women.

“Every man must get accountable friendship,” the relationship counsellor said. “Friends who are not going to shower platitude on you and praise. Friends who will look you in the eye and tell you, ‘guy, you are messing up’.”

“Not a guy who is going to encourage you to be unfaithful to your spouse, because you see it is becoming a headache where I sit with a lot of professional ladies and they think everyman is a cheat, everyman is unfaithful.

“And there is a concept they have put on television. It is called Casanova [a man known for seducing women and having many lovers], and everyman is a Casanova and that is the narrative. If we don’t change that, and I have said that somewhere, between IVF and vibrators, men will soon become redundant,” said Kevin-Annan.

Watch Amos Kevin-Annan in the attached video below:

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