A Ghanaian woman have confessed how she got into lesbianism when she entered senior high school.
According to her, she was provided all she needed by her partner and she even skipped many group meetings and classes because she had no time for books.
She explained that, on her first encounter, she was given an alcoholic beverage which lured her into sleep where her partner took advantage of her and she loved it.
Being a staunch Christian and deep-soaked into Jesus Christ, she was scared at first to inform her mum. Subsequently, she got used to the lesbian clan and moved on with her life by ushering another female student to add to her first partner.
“I wanted to tell my parents but I couldn’t. I started calling her [partner] and I was addicted to it. She broke my virginity. It got to a time if she doesn’t call me I had to call her. We did video calls and all. We even had sex on phone and when we meet we kiss and she fingers me… sometimes we used bananas, not the ripe one and cucumbers,” she said in an interviewwith Adom TV’s Nana Yaa Brefo.
Moving on from SHS, she confessed meeting another partner in polytechnic who also gave her everything she wanted but met another lady who promised her a better life than all the women she had met in her life.
What she didn’t know was that, the lady was into an occult group and therefore urged her to sacrifice her junior brother and engage in a blood covenant if she wants to own a house and car.
The lesbian confessed this was the turning point in her life because she realised she had sinned enough to continue with the homosexual life.
According to her, she decided to stop the lesbian lifestyle because she was contracting many sexually transmitted infections and that saddened her life. She said she refused to kill her brother for rituals.
She vow to never engage in such a sinful and dangerous lifestyle again as she was prayed on.
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