The Yorubas are the most educated tribe in Nigeria, and it has been a popular saying in Nigeria that in every Yoruba family, there is a professor.It is this trait that earned Ibos criticisms from other Nigerian tribes, because in whatever they are doing, they are always conscious of what they would gain financially.“In fact, if you give a clear message of waiting, kids are more likely to wait.” Pretending your daughter doesn’t have a natural curiosity and a developing sexual identity doesn’t help anyone.“If your daughter is in love, she is going to be thinking about sex and how far to go,” says Haffner, who suggests parents keep discussions at this stage brief and to the point.continue reading » This is an invaluable service for those people who have a vacation or trip planned in the near future, and therefore can't afford to take a chance that their passport will be delayed or that they won't receive their passport in time for their trip.…My mom called me into her room for “the talk” when I was 12 or 13.Others try pick-up-artist “negging.” Some send ridiculously long messages about their background and their overall philosophy and what they’re currently doing with their lives.Find her on Facebook and Twitter and at Mile High Mating.
The Ibos paid less attention to western education during colonialism, but after the civil war which ended in 1969, the Ibos diversified their interest to include western education, business, and for this reasons and more, they began to migrate within and across the Nigerian borders, which is the single reason why in every 10 Nigerians you see in a foreign nation, 4 is Ibo.
The Yoruba Man The Yoruba man comes from the Yoruba tribe, found in the south-western part of Nigeria.
The Yoruba man loves partying, celebrations and ceremonies, and he wouldn’t mind borrowing to celebrate a ceremony- be it burial, child-naming, birthday, marriage, memorial, etc.
Because of that, I was left to figure out when and with whom I would be intimate. Now, experts advise parents to skip the big sex talk.
Rather, sex education, much like every-thing else we teach our children, should be an ongoing conversation over the years.