Did you know the best “seduction weapon” of Senegalese women?
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The formidable weapon of seduction, made by Senegalese women!Updated on October 19, 2020, Yolande Sarr
There is unanimity among Senegalese people concerning women: “Jigeen day mokk pooj” (women must know how to seduce). On this point, it has a whole fatal arsenal. In the purely intimate setting, the little loincloths constitute the heavy artillery of seduction with naughty looks. These loincloths with more or less large stitches and various patterns bear evocative names such as “Caabi kër gi” (the key to the house), “Tame Cere” (millet), “Këyitu kër gi” (the papers of the house), etc.
Those are purely suggestive names, which let guess that in the evening, the woman is the master of the game. Likewise, there are lots of pearls to put on the hips and whose clicking excites, according to Marème Thiaw. “These are tips that a woman should not overlook because loincloths appeal to men and seeing pearls shining in the dark is pleasing for them,” she says.
Even the nostrils are not spared by the female armada; incense with a thousand scents is used only to keep her man at home. Aware that other women have assets to seduce her man, a Senegalese woman will not neglect any detail to keep them out. In polygamous households, you redouble your efforts to do better than your co-wives and to win the favor of a husband who is not insensitive to these details that make the difference. Sacred Senegalese women!