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A lot of marriages will be over by the end of the coronavirus quarantine as 80% of husbands don’t want sex with their wives anymore’ – Joro Olumofin says

A lot of marriages will be over by the end of the coronavirus quarantine as 80% of husbands dont want sex with their wives anymore – Joro Olumofin says-olowublog

Controversial relationship expert, Joro Olumofi stated that by the end of the coronavirus quarantine, so many marriages will be broken as most couples will get bored with each other.

According to the sex expert, relationships and marriages are not ‘ready for the Quarantine’ because it will seem like a social experiment for most couples, staying indoors without any distractions.

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For guys, he claims they won’t manage the problem well because 80 percent of Husbands no longer want to have sex with their wives. He also claimed that, without watching sports, betting on sports and going out at night, 90 percent of Husbands can not survive.

For women, he added that 70 percent of wives are going to struggle to have a decent conversation with their husbands, make three square meals and do house chores.

He ended the post by stating the quarantine could potentially bring some couples closer together.

See his post below;

A lot of marriages will be over by the end of the coronavirus quarantine as 80% of husbands dont want sex with their wives anymore – Joro Olumofin says-olowublog

 

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