The Truth about Goats
While most of the world struggles with preserving the sanctity of marriage against the rigors of divorce, Reality TV and sharing a duvet; Kenyan men have made a conscious decision to embrace their wives…their other wives…and more wives. Despite the ‘shrill’ objections of the majority of female MP’s, Kenya’s Parliament has endorsed civil polygamy, confusing underwear drawers and a blurred sense of ‘whose tooth brush is this?’.
Strangely the fact that Kenyan men can now take as many partners as they like without consulting existing wives, seems to have ‘irked’ the odd female. Yet, Kenya’s Capital News website reports: ‘We have a long cultural tradition of disappointing multiple women all at the same time; whereas European equivalents can barely cope with the withering contempt of one spouse’. A recent poll suggests that most male Kenyans are confident they can handle the ensuing chaffing, herniated gonads and myriad of forgotten anniversaries that will follow.
Women will be entitled to inherit 30% of matrimonial property, but they will be expected to wrestle the other wives over what proportion of that they get. Ironically Kenyan women were ‘less enthused’ about the concept of marrying multiple men, or as one young lady said: ‘One b@*$^#d is enough!’. Meanwhile homosexuals in Kenya can sleep easily (in their cells) that they will not have to worry about the same marital dilemma – as 14 years of imprisonment per relationship would be a logistical nightmare.