Shocking- Female Banker Sacked For Sleeping With 200 Clients

Mutale, Alleged to have slept with over 200 men

How possible is it for a 39 year old female banker to sleep with over 200 men, including job seekers and other clients?

Well. That is exactly what Mutale Winfridah, a branch senior executive of a bank in Zambia had done, while promising the men jobs.

She has now been suspended according to a report by the ZambianWatch.

Mutale Winfridah, is a branch senior executive of ZANACO bank, was suspended by bank management after more than 10 men formally lodged complaints against her.

They claimed she had used her influence as a branch senior bank executive to “enjoy their bed energies” after promising them jobs at the bank and approving their bank loan applications.

Winfridah is said to be unmarried because of her quest to attain different academic qualifications before finding a partner.

Winifred’s feat has however thrown overboard, beliefs about men’s prowess when it comes to sex.

For example, Richard Sine’s assertion that study after study had shown that men’s sex drives are not only stronger than women’s, but much more straightforward.

Mutale, Alleged to have slept with over 200 men

He had argued that the sources of women’s libidos, by contrast, are much harder to pin down.

According to him, It’s common wisdom that women place more value on emotional connection as a spark of sexual desire. But women also appear to be heavily influenced by social and cultural factors as well. 

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According to him, It’s common wisdom that women place more value on emotional connection as a spark of sexual desire. But women also appear to be heavily influenced by social and cultural factors as well.

He then quotes: “Sexual desire in women is extremely sensitive to environment and context,” says Edward O. Laumann, PhD. He is a professor of sociology at the University of Chicago and lead author of a major survey of sexual practices, The Social Organization of Sexuality: Sexual Practices in the United States.

Here are seven patterns of men’s and women’s sex drives that researchers have found. Bear in mind that people may vary from these norms.

-story sourc: tori.ng

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