Two of Ghana’s most controversial personalities are joining forces to help people achieve orgasm during sex.
Counsellor George Lutterodt and legal practitioner, Maurice Ampaw are part of speakers for the 2017 edition of the Orgasm Conference scheduled for the Trade Fair Centre on December 26.
The conference, which is under the theme: ‘Communication before, during and after sexual intercourse’, will help address many issues preventing men and women from attaining orgasm during sexual intercourse.
“Many men are losing their potency when it comes to good sexual intercourse not to talk of an experience of orgasm for women due to lack of proper communication before during and after sexual intercourse,” Mr Lutterodt told Myjoyonline.com.
“On both sides, this has reduced genuine orgasm to a child’s play hence increased in cheating and high stress from women to their men leading to fast and early death in men and some women,” he added.
Getting very technical, the controversial counsellor observed that some men struggle with erection mostly because what the eyes are seeing is not connecting to the brain.
“If this continues gradually he is moving towards mental impotency due to bad circumstances sounding the act and the art,” he said.
Apart from George Lutterodt and Maurice Ampaw, the Orgasm Conference will see several other experienced speakers, including Mrs Gloria Kobi, the First Lady of Glorious Wave International and Dr Adu Boateng, Managing Consultancy of Endpoint Homeopathic Hospital will taking turns to educate participants on how to spice up their marriages and have good sex.