“We don’t have a culture of asking questions,” host of Joy FM’s Home Affairs, Edem Knight-Tay would remark to her guest, Dr Matthew Yamoah Kyei, a consultant urologist at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.
But under the relative anonymity of radio, the men would emerge from their hideouts, revealing on Joy FM’s Home Affairs, the many little demons they battle with in their sexual lives.
The urologist set a sex-time target of six minutes and said men who are able to cross this mark in bed are considered normal.
It is only in a bed that Usain Bolt is not a hero because speed is actually weakness, and the tortoise is actually a strength.
With six minutes the minimum, the men called in to complain about their numbers. Joe, a 35-year-old man, regurgitated his wife’s complaint that his speed is fit for the Tokyo Olympic games, not on this queen-size bed.
“Maybe three minutes, then I am done,” he said and observed this problem has been around for some four to five months.
Dr Kyei indicated that it could be a mixture of stress, lack of exercise, or fluid without proper diagnosis. On the other hand, it could be hormonal and perhaps even a lifestyle – smoking, or too much alcohol.
While Joe was worried about his game time being short, Felix was concerned that his second round could last for some 40 minutes though his manhood would be a little flabby through the journey.
The doctor had set a minimum of six minutes and added a maximum of 20 or a hair-rising, super ability of 40 minutes.