Thursday, June 20, 2013

Running A Sex Accessory Shop in Nigeria

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I get quite a number of requests for the website mentioned in this post about a sex toy shop in Nigeria. Luckily the owner of that shop sent in a comment to the post with more details about how the business is run. They now run sex therapy and counselling sessions for the couples and ladies that need or ask for it, as well as training with buyers :)


I run the online store myintimatepleasureshop.com. Many of your comments are all familiar and I have also received death threats from those who think I have behaved in a non-Nigerian manner. So SEX and having a healthy sexual life is always an issue in which people go fundamental on bearing in mind their religious leanings.

I've had to begin addressing issues that were not originally in my business plan such as sexual health counselling for males and females who have experienced traumatic sexual experiences such as rape, incest and it's never been addressed.

We've also started to address some of the boarder line issues on feelings - through ladies only wellness and intimacy afternoons; these have turned out to be brilliant and a excellent way for Nigerian women to begin to discuss what it is to be in a healthy sexual relationship with a life partner.

In terms of selecting and buying products, great care is taken in buying what women ASK for. We have reviewers, I know. Your wondering who are these people? But, there are several women in comfortable relationships who have not left the shores of Nigeria who are keen to ensure their intimate life does not suffer. Even after child bearing.

I can be reached and followed on @naijadesires and for those seeking counselling 0818 480 8686; our website www.myintimatepleasureshop.com or like our facebook page www.facebook.com/naijadesires






6 comments:

  1. We're yet to be very open when it comes to sex.Although our generation is trying to be open,but the older generation are still shying away from talking about it.

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  2. I like that they integrate eduaction and awareness into their business model. We need it.

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  3. i always wonder why sex has to be a problem. it is good that we are talking about it now. www.secretlilies.com

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  4. Are you a psychologist/psychiatrist? I ask because you said it was 'not in your plan' to provide counselling. If you are not, does a qualified professional offer these services on your behalf? The human mind is dangerous to mess with. I don't think just anyone should go in there.

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  5. Yes, this is a welcome development in Nigeria. A lot of people shy away from anything sex like its forbidden, but most people don't mind talking about it to a third party. There a lots of married people out there looking for a solution to problems they experience in their marriages which includes sex. More awareness and people will begin to come around.

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  6. Everything is very open with a precise description of the issues.
    It was really informative. Your website is very helpful. Thank you for sharing!


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