The history of humanity is replete with men and women of power and fame, whose fortunes and careers got sacrificed on the altar of sex. From Pompey and Anthony (Roman Generals) to David and Sampson (Biblical heroes) to Bill Clinton (former US President), Lee Harvey Swaggart (World re-nowned American tele-evangelist) as well as Archbishop Milingo (Catholic), Biodun Fatoyinbo and of most recent Apostle John Suleiman (Pastor, Omega Fire Ministries), are few incredible memories. Yet, it seems the major problem has not been about answering ‘How we should have sex,’ but rather WHY we have sex. D. F. Effiong and Kenneth Odoh begins this discourse with a debate.
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Agber Msugh in his book “The Wounded Healer and Wounded Humanity,” describes our times as an age where nothing agrees with anything else. Despite the advances in Science and Technology, many are still ignorant, lazy, misguided, tagged corrupt and misrepresented. Kelvin Ugwu Msp, philosopher, theologian, priest, writer and artist writes about this, and terms it ‘deconstruction of values.’