March 1, 2017

FROM LAWYER TO PROSTITUTE: A CRACK IN FEMINISM OR A REVOLUTION FOR (NIGERIAN) PROSTITUTES?

Claudia de Marchi, 34, gave up her job with a high-powered law firm in Brazil to become a prostitute. She said one of the biggest reasons for the career move was to get away from the masculine selfishness of the legal world. Although she now spends time in bed with men, she said that she has been liberated from them. She also now orgasms at work. Ironically, one of her drastic change of direction was that she could no longer tolerate the ‘masculine selfishness and self-indulgence’ she had encountered in the legal world. In her tell-all blog which get 8,000 hits a day, Claudia, using her real name claims she made the best decision.  Tips in the blog include tutorials for men on subjects concerning women, maturity as well as tips on how to perform oral sex on a woman. The former attorney graduated in Law in 2005 and has worked as a lawyer in the town for 11 years with speciality in Constitutional Law at the Local Unic Sorriso University (you can get the full story in dailymail.co.uk). Permit me then to indulge you with certain issues worth reflecting upon.

The Nigerian kind of Prostitute is not mostly proud of telling people publicly her passion for sex or orgasm. The popular story has been the quest for a better living, albeit the few wealthy ones in a million might have a different story. The man, big,small, fat, thin, ugly, poor, rich, disgusting, dirty, etc would approach the lady who stands expectantly for a whisper. “How far?” “How much?” “Let’s go inside.” And mostly without saying a word, the lady moves ahead in hurried steps to a small room. Inside, the man sits on the bed or the begger-chair just opposite it. Without any further discussion, the price tag is revealed, money is paid, clothes are removed and both of them are about to get unemotional sex. In most cases, the lady makes sure the condom is well placed and while having sex, her entire mind seems to be fixed in its security. She makes sure the man doesn’t kiss her, nor caress her, nor even have access to her breast. The contract is signed between the penis and the vagina. Refreshingly, none of them seem to care about the duration. She knows, as well as well as the man, that in less than 15 minutes, all is game!

But Brazilian lawyer turned prostitute would spank any party that behaves like this. According to her, she’d block you if you ever ask, “how much?” on first meeting via chat. In her blog, she described herself as “a feminist with a disgust of functional illiterates and people who open their mouths without ever opening their brains to new writings, information and knowledge.” Good enough Claudia de Marchi does not, for the sake of affection and libido marketing, charge her clients up-front. In her words, ” I do not attend men who speak or write wrongly and those who approach me as if I were an object. And I won’t have sex with anybody who doesn’t want to kiss me.” Despite the frustrations she had accumulated over the years in the legal profession, Claudia with the support from her mother, now charges £150 an hour, or £650 a night. 

Imagine that you just want to get laid by a prostitute in your locality and all that comes out from her mouth are questions and discussions ranging from bad writing, bad grammer to politics, from sex, pleasure, affection to family.This is indeed a new, but surreptitious turn in the area of contemporary feminism. It has exhumed the portal for intellectuals to look deeply into the question of defining and re-defining women liberation as well as male oppression. It further inquires, if there is any contradiction between offering sexual pleasure to a man (or woman) and being a feminist. In all these therefore, Claudia said her blog helps women to demand the best for themselves, in and out of bed.

Do you think the Claudian revolution in prostitution would be a welcoming one for most (Nigerian) men and women? 

My name is David Francis and the nature of my engagements include:

Philosophy (University of Jos, Nigeria); Research Consultant (St. Albert’s Institute, Fayit-Fadan, Kaduna, Nigeria); Editor (Sapientia African Leadership Formation Programme, e. V Address: Badenstedter Street, 99 30453, Hannover, Germany); Editor (African Home Reintegration, Spinnereistrasse 1A 30449, Hannover, Germany); Literature (S. E. M. S. Nassarawa State, Nigeria); Former Associate Editor, “Periscope Magazine,” Abuja and Columnist, “Seekers Delight Magazine,” Kaduna.

I simply try to question the ‘happy darkness’ by encouraging more hands to minimize ignorance. Just a dose of knowledge, is enough in training the mind, to conform to nothing except truth. Let’s ride this train together!

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