“Too many Senegalese whores these days!” (Free Speech!)
Besides these models we can cite the dancers and legal prostitutes, the country has also played a very deplorable role in authorizing prostitution.Published on July 19, 2020, Matar Diack
Whore? Vulgar? But no, let's be honest with ourselves and call things by their names. The sun is called sun, the cat is called cat ... and so what about the whore?
Senegalese girls are increasingly trivializing nudity. For them, the trend today is to be photographed or filmed naked so that after the images circulate on the Net in the eyes of the whole world. And guess what, these "whores" are the stars of the media. Worse, they influence the rest of the Senegalese female population, thus triggering new generations of “official” and “clandestine” whores.
The officials are often these Senegalese women by profession of model. They even dare to justify their nudity by the pretext of professionalism or by the famous expression of hypocrites “each one should mind its own business.” Besides these models we can cite the dancers and legal prostitutes, the country has also played a very deplorable role in authorizing prostitution.
The clandestine ones, there are a lot of those … Each day they invent us a new trade of pretext in order to exert in secrecy their trade of “whore”, the masseuses at home know well what I speak. They are often the main cause of the aggravation of sexual pandemics like AIDS.
They make me feel ashamed. If it depended only on me, I would change their nationality because these Senegalese "whores" are tarnishing the image of my country day by day. And in addition, they dare to demand respect for their profession. Very funny!
How can you respect a "whore" if he has neither respect for himself nor respect for the image of his country. Frankly, they know how to get on my nerves!
Who to end this phenomenon?