It has been revealed that school teenagers are now indulging in a new s*x game in which boys and girls are chosen randomly to perform s*x acts with the ones lasting longer than the others declared winners and given prizes.
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A new s*x competition game is now trending among youths in which some men are chosen to engage in s*x with ladies and the couple who lasts longer than the others are given prizes.
According to H-Metro, the revelations were made on Saturday at a students’ forum that was organised by the Friend of the Girl Child and Women’s Coalition of Zimbabwe in commemorating the African Union campaign against child marriages.
Students implored policy makers to urgently look into the matter in order to curb the spread of diseases among the youth.
“At passa-passa nights, youths are now engaging in random s*x sessions. It is actually a s*x race. This is actually a new phenomenon that we are witnessing here in Mbare. Boys and girls who are attending the sessions are engaging immorally. On these nights, at most three boys engage in sexual activities with the same girl one after another.
“The one who takes long to ejaculate becomes the winner and gets the girl,” said George, 20.
In some instances, the event popularly called ‘passa-passa’, some organisers are believed to randomly pick boys and girls who then engage in s*xual activities, with many doing so under the influence of alcohol and drugs.
“If there are three couples, they are taken in a room where they have unprotected s*x and those who are last to ejaculate are the winners and get their prizes. When you see immorality being honoured to this level, we are doomed because issues of child-marriages will be difficult to stop. Some will be drunk and high on drugs.
“Our policy makers should be on high alert and put laws that will protect the young generation before it is late,” added George.
Women’s Coalition of Zimbabwe representative, Portia Kurima said the nature of questions posed by the students were reflective of what is happening in society.
“They were bringing up issues that at times are difficult to discuss at home but through this platform, we managed to engage and exchange information. We have a position paper which we are going to submit to the portfolio committee on gender which looks at the alignment of family laws,” said Portia.