Nigerian housewives are slugging it out with young ladies perceived as husband snatchers by resorting to learn more about sex practices in blue film currently being made available in some localities across the country.
Pornographic movie sellers are said to be currently making brisk businesses selling blue films to house wives who are desperate to keep their homes learning the art of satisfying their husbands’ sexual urge.
Efforts by security agents to drive peddlers of the illegal sales have proved abortive as demand keeps rising and underground sales of videos have skyrocketed with security agents looking for a tactical ways to suppress the illegal trade.
A PM News survey attributed the skyrocketing sales to the fear by many houseswives of losing their husbands to sexually active single girls said to be more desperate and more advanced in the ‘bedding’ act.
The Lagos State Task Force headed by Supol. Bayo Suleiman declared a major ‘war’ against hawkers of blue films late last year with the arrest and prosecution of many hawkers.
The action resulted in the illegal trade disappearing but going underground for several months.
Last year’s raid even led the state task Force to the notorious Alaba International Market where it is believed the films are illegally duplicated and are distributed to various locations in Lagos state and beyond.
As a result of the raid, the film sellers went underground, an action that is said to have boosted the trade the more as more and more women are see n inquiring about how to get copies.
But in recent times, the hawkers are daring the security agents, as both now play cat and mouse trick in desperate move to outdo themselves.
Hundreds of sex films are climbing back to street shelves and designed locations to create more appeal to women and young girls alike.
Investigations by Pm news revealed that popular brands are climbing back to the shelves as the sellers now are desperate for good business appealing more to the women to grab their favourite copies.
Lousy covers are that carry uncensored mating photo-play are displayed Packs are seen as displaying uncensored photographs of nude men and women making love.
Many films that were seen displayed on various locations include such titles as Soiled Finger, Blue Edge, Excessive Backyard, Brown Sugar, Thick Asses, American Mapouka, Hairy Jezebels.
They are all seen conspicuously displayed at various film stands on walk ways and bus stops in Lagos.
According to many sellers who responded to PMnews questions, married women are the highest buyers of the films with many having to travel from far distance to purchase copies.
According to John Ike, who sells CDs and DVDs under the bridge in Iyana-Ipaja area of Lagos State,” Most women are now too scared of losing their husbands to young and sexually experienced girls”
He said many women claimed jokingly they were buying the films to outdo girls who might resort to sleeping with their husband who could be having knacks for younger girls.
Emphasising this fact, Dayo Ojo, who sells such movies around Ayobo area of the state, said that more married women patronise him on a daily basis blue films than other category of other customers.
“I go to Alaba once in two days to buy at least 100 copies of the films and I sell them all. Most of those who visit me are married women. I have a particular customer, a married female banker, who cannot do without buying four CDs weekly, maybe for other friends.
“She is a very fat woman and always wants the films that feature women of her size in order to learns from them,” he said.
A visit to Egbeda area of the state revealed that the interest many married women have in sex movies surpasses that of other categories of people.
He claimed there were other patronising men and young ladies as well.
Another seller, who did not want his name mentioned confided in P.M.NEWS that they buy the films at between N60 and N80 and then resell each at between N100 and N200.
Asked about how his business was doing, he said, “our customers buy sex films more than they buy other films. Ask other film sellers and they would confirm to you what I have just said.”
He said most of his customers are women who only come to buy the film when it is dark.
“I have a customer who told me she was warned by the husband to learn how to ‘do it better’ or he would start going to get it outside.
“Since then, she has not stopped patronising me but I try to test the films and select the ones she would like and when she comes, I just give them to her and she pays me the amount,” he said. Another seller around under the bridge in Ikeja corroborated the claim that married women patronise the film sellers most.
Asked why this was so, he retorted: “Do you want their homes to be taken over by these young girls on the street?
“Our girls these days can send any man running after them after satisfying the man the way their wives would not, and you know that most men behave like Oliver Twist, who keeps asking for more.
“Forget religion, they just want to measure up for their husbands.”
Though most of the women who were seen buying the films declined comment, a few of them, however, said the world had grown past the dark ages where the women are made to remain excessively quiet for fear of being tagged ‘spoilt’.
A woman who gave her name simply as Mrs Ade, told P.M.NEWS that she started buying the films after she almost broke up with her husband who constantly complained that she was not good in bed.
“For almost one year, my husband did not sleep with me. He was always complaining about my inability to work on him.
“After several efforts to change his perception, a friend introduced me to the films. He is now the person asking for it because I give it to him left, right and centre.”
Another woman, who did not want her name mentioned, said she decided to start buying sex videos right from the day she caught her husband with her own friend.
“Before now, I was this missionary style person. I did not know the joy in trying to experiment, but when I caught the woman on top of my husband, riding him like a horse, I developed myself before I would become a single parent,” she said.
Though she said she was a Christian, she, however, argued that even marriage counsellors advise intending couples on the role of sex in marriage and how the woman should ensure that her husband does not look at other women outside.
“Apart from good food, good sex is a way to reach your husband’s heart.
Don’t you see how young girls threaten other people’s marriages these days? It is because they have trained themselves in the art.
“I don’t pretend about it. I try the styles I see in the movies with my husband and we have remained happy,” she added.
P.M.NEWS investigation also revealed that the sex video sellers could not bear the ban on display of the films as it resulted in dwindling fortunes for them.
According to some of the sellers who spoke with P.M.NEWS, most of the buyers feel ashamed to ask the sellers if they have such films for sale.
“They rather want people to believe they are responsible and then peruse what you have without finding the courage to ask you for such films,” said Emeka Ibe, a graduate of Mass Communication, who found his way into the business due to lack of job.
He added that when such customers visit the various stands where such movies are displayed, “they just look at them, pick the ones that catch their fancy and pay you.
They hardly discuss with you when buying blue films.”
Ibe, like every other seller around the Pen Cinema area of the state, waits till the Task Force officials would have closed from official duties before displaying the materials late in the evening.
Other areas where the films were seen displayed included Abule-Egba, Igando, Ikotun, Obalende and Ketu.
However, when contacted, the head of Task Force, Bayo Suleiman, said though he knows some of the sellers would flout the law by displaying the films, the Task Force would only act if he received a text message stating the actual areas where the sellers publicly display the sex videos.
Source: PM News