Growing demand for s3x toys as Ghanaian women order in dozens

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There is a growing demand for s3x toys as Joy News has found out in this video report.

Francis who carves sex toys said a woman from Belgium changed the nature of his wood carving business when she approached him to make a wooden p3nis.

According to the woman, her electronic sex toys had developed problems and she wanted a quick replacement, Francis told Joy News.

He said it took him three days to study how to make a wooden penis and after carving one for his first client, she was very satisfied.

The elevated carver revealed that ladies from Cape Coast in the Central region order the wooden boxes in dozens.

He told Joy News ladies in the universities told him they prefer his wooden toys to actual penis because having sex with men comes with the risk of sexually transmitted diseases.

Francis argues that his wooden penis is better than the electronic penis because it is easy to use and requires no batteries.

Source: Myjoyonline.com

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