African Sex Education:Chronicles and Manual: Miyidima-The African's Erotic Convocation:Liberation of the Long Suffering Birds and Bees of Africa

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iUniverse, Aug 10, 2010 - Psychology - 192 pages
In a candid and blunt style ranging from dialogue to personal narrative, the taboo topic of SEX is examined in this book within an African context. Key topics featured are Female Genital Mutilation, Erotic Communication, Aphrodisiacs, Foreplay and Shoe Sizes, Guide to Cunnilingus (Full Course Meal), Young Offenders and Sex, Teens, Sex and Nurturing, Fantasies, Sex Tidbits from America to the Afro Diaspora, Fear, Bonding and Superstition just to name a few. This book shows how the African by being open and adventurous and trying new things in bed will be able to Make Love and Have Sex leading to a liberation in his/her erotic convocation!

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Boniface Ndemping Wewe (Ngonyama Ka Brooklyn) was born in Cameroon, West Central Africa. He was educated in Cameroon and at the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (USA) where he obtained his Master’s degree in Library Sciences on a Fulbright scholarship in 1991.After a short stint as Yaounde University law librarian in 1992, he joined the Brooklyn Public Library in New York in 1993 He is currently a supervising librarian and specializes in young adult service. Mr. Wewe is the author of three books- Atungsiri’s Ghost (for ages 6-9), Witches, Wizards, Ghosts and the Beast of Nyiragongo (for ages 12 and up), and “The Joys of African Sex, Jokes, Courtesies and Idiosyncrasies” for adults. This book garnered a star review from Kirkus magazine! He is also the producer of four video documentaries namely: Pay the Dowry (co.1999), Akwaaba...Welcome to Alphabetic Africa (Co. 2001), African Ceremonies-The Zulu Royal Reed Dance, Witchdoctors: A Day in the Other Africa (Co. 2007), and African Statesmen: The life and Times of the late Dr. John Ngu Foncha of Cameroon (Co. 2008).Mr. Wewe is a permanent resident of the United States and is the father of one biological daughter and an adopted son. He declared himself – Ngonyama ka Brooklyn (King of Brooklyn) after the reigning Zulu King, His Majesty Goodwill Zwelithini gave him permission to shake his hand in 2002.He is an avid jogger, likes to meet new people and discover other places. He speaks English, French and Yemba (Bamileke) fluently and is learning Zulu (South Africa) and Ewondo (Yaounde, Cameroon) and Spanish languages. Christa Martin is a free-lance editor operating from KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. She obtained her BSoc. Sc. at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban Campus in 2005, with majors in Media & Communications and IsiZulu Studies. As a writer and editor, she has done work for many publications and individuals, and some companies. Her work encompasses editing of all types of documents, writing of advertising copy, company documents, newsletters, stories, editorials and research reports. As a writer of fiction, she has not yet been discovered.

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