Valentine’s Day is a special day for lovers to revive their sex drives, relationship counselor, Cyril George Carstensen Lutterodt, popularly known as counselor Lutterodt has said.
The controversial counselor opined that, the special day is for physical and sensual intimacy between two lovers but “not a time to give to the people at the orphanages and the people who are at the school of the blind.”
“Valentine is eros love; it is not agape, it is not storge, it is not phileo,” counselor Lutterodt underscored, adding that women should “force” their lovers to give them “orgasm” on this special day.
The vociferous radio and TV relationship counselor made this disclosure on TV Africa’s morning show, Breakfast Live’s entertainment and lifestyle segment with Roselyn Felli, Thursday morning.
Many sources believe that, Valentine’s day stems from the story of St Valentine, a Roman priest who was martyred on February 14 in the year 270 CE but counselor Lutterodt explained that “St Valentine fought to liberate soldiers who were being camped not to have sexual intercourse.”
“Our statistics for shortage of condoms from last year will increase today. The more you have shortage of condoms in your country, it means your country is safe,” counselor Lutterodt noted.
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Generally, Valentine’s day is special day for people to show feelings of love, affection and friendship and it is celebrated on February 14 each year in many ways worldwide.
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