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Miracle Gbayee:  The real motives behind her sexual videos

Miracle  recent videos are geared toward sexual confidence within the Liberian community.  The comedian told C Liberia Clearly that her videos are made to spark a conversation about a well needed discussion, "low sex esteem."  

It is a known fact that a good percent of men cheat because their sexual needs are not met within their relationships.  Some men cheat just because it is their nature to, but for others, it's because they are sexually deviated within their relationships. 

Liberia being a society that demonize sex, we talk less about sex and more about keeping a relationship through a good meal.  Women focus on pleasing a man through his stomach and their abilities to be faithful, neglecting their sexual duties within the relationship. 

For Miracle Gbayee, this issue needs to be addressed and she is doing that through her videos on social media.  

We asked the comedian how she and her family handle the blacklash from the fans, this is what she had to say, "I don't read the negative comments.  I keep my focus on the mission.  My partner of 8yrs and my kids are very supportive of vision and what I am doing." 

According to the comedian, she has no intend of stopping any time soon.  She is addicted to the ideal of sparking an open dialogue on Sexual Esteem. 


  1. This is so true!!! Our Liberian need to stop treating us like there kids....

  2. Quite understandable and prevalent in Liberia and it must stop


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