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Sex toys gaining popularity – especially among women
30 June 2013, 07:44
Lagos - Amid an outcry against homosexuality in Nigeria, another controversial industry is performing well in the country – that of sex toys.
According to an exposé published by the Nigerian Tribune, the sex toy trade is booming in Nigeria and these ‘toys’ that are frowned upon by some in Nigeria are especially popular amongst women.
According to the Tribune some even come to sex shops with their husband.
The Tribune spoke to one such a trader who said that she imports the toys from the United States after she noticed a demand from them around three years ago. The store owner pockets about N1 million from this trade.
Read more at the Nigerian Tribune.
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