Diana Antwi Hamilton, a multi-award-winning gospel performer from Ghana, has urged married women to avoid trading sexual favours for cash.
She believes that married women who demand money from their husbands before engaging in sexual activity are prostitutes.
In an interview, the singer also gave advice to women on how to stop requesting money and presents before engaging in sexual activity with their husbands.
Diana Hamilton has stated, "If you receive money from your husband for sex, it means you are a prostitute. If it happens that way, then that is prostitution. She continued, "A woman who does that is equal to a commercial sex worker.
Diana Hamilton added that even if wives wanted to demand money in exchange for something from their husbands, it shouldn't be sex.
Why do you wait until after sexual activity to seek money from your husband? It is improper to take money from your husband before to having sex, she insisted.
According to her, since the husband and wife have become one flesh and love is offered without conditions, they should make love freely rather than try to sell it.
Speaking to men who also abdicate their wives' financial responsibilities, Diana Hamilton advised them to do everything in their power to support their women in order to prevent anything from causing their marriages to fail.
And to that male, she repeated, "Give the lady what she needs when she asks for it.
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