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The incident lit up the group, sparking off debate about how emasculated Nairobi men have become, fancying gossip and related stuff that were traditionally the preserve of the womenfolk.We sought the opinion of Nairobi women and the general consensus was that the city is littered with sissies, wimps and mama’s boys, masquerading as men. There is a shortage of real men around here (Nairobi),” Jane Kahuho, a city-based business lady, complained to us.Alexander Kirui, an animator, adds that women in the media have an “an open-mindedness than can be a blessing or a curse, mostly a curse.It makes them hold very liberal views on life, sex and religion which can be dangerous for any relationship.” Add too here, women in advertising, public relations, media production and film industries. ‘We are cruising at 60, 000 feet above sea level’ (Air hostesses) Perhaps the most revered lot are air hostesses.Besides, their odd, grueling schedules, more so, the night shifts make most men insecure about their fidelity given their job related pressure and proximity to male colleagues in say, a far-flung outpost like Wajir. Their exposure to better things make them never to appreciate whatever you try to impress her with,” says Munyaka, a trained actuary in travel consultancy.“They are too close to their male colleagues and policemen are some of the known perverted men around,” according to Kamande, who slaves for a mobile service provider. ‘Book me on the five O’clock flight’ (travel consultants) Dennis Munyaka has a bone to pick with foot-loose women constantly on the go, be it for fun or work-related mobility. “Besides, travelling is such a world of uncertainty.

Andrew Osiany thinks “the concept of human rights law they are taught in second year gets imparted into them as a life skill, something which can never apply in real life without some adjustments,” says the political scientist. And she will quote an Act (in the law) as to why she has not cooked nor helped in washing your clothes.” For Dennis Munyaka, female lawyers “seem to think legal knowledge translates to all life knowledge.

“You have to be better than them academically or financially. Often they have been known to settle for less,” according to Duncan Nyakundi, a city based Engineer. “Not exactly in the sense of prostitutes, but a more discreet way of soliciting for money from their male clients,” says Stephen Ruoth. Masseuses are even worse as they sometimes engage in ‘extra service’ for randier male clients for extra-charge. ‘I know more and more about less and less’ (consultants) They sell ‘lies’ according to Joel Ombati as consultants have humorously been described as professionals who ‘know more and more about less and less’ “Most of the time, they like too much money and a woman who likes too much money will never have the time to be a woman in a relationship,” says the 30 year old city planner adding that “NGO type women have wild expectations of life and the money they handle makes them hard to please, especially if you are broke.

Besides they travel too much and live within extremes,” says Ombati. ‘One more for the road, tafadhali’ (counter girls) Bar waiters and counter girls are stereotyped as women of ‘easy virtue.’ Most men look at bar tenders as either ever ready to augment their meager salary with any man boasting a wallet resembling a small novel.

“Journalists know too much and sleep around too much.

Besides they are public figures and that can always get to their heads,” one male sports journalist lamented.