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Saturday, June 23, 2012

Raped Males: Untold story of rising cases of women raping men

Kumekucha Weekend Special

Three suspected women rapists from left to right, sisters Sophie Nhokwara (26), Netsai Nhokwara (24) and Rosemary Chakwizira (28) leave Harare Magistrates court where they were charged with raping and assaulting men hitchhikers. 

If you think this is a joke then think again because in two recent cases raped men have had to seek treatment after their ordeal with some women and in one case after an encounter with a single woman (see video in previous post).

One thing is for sure, whatever statistics you see abut females raping men will always be greatly understated. For the simple reason that this is not the kind of crime that a man would usually report. It is the kind of thing that they will want to keep a big secret and that also makes any research into the matter a little more difficult than usual.

Take the case of this story one of my informants at the Coast has been pursuing for a number of weeks now. It has been reported that a gang of women in a certain part of Mombasa (location with-held) are grabbing men and raping them. Some locals think that the motive may be to spread disease as a way of exerting some kind of revenge against men in general. Those who are said to have been involved will not talk about it let alone agree to meet a reporter who may publicize their story.

But it seems men in Zimbabwe are different. That country has been hitting international headlines since late last year and this time it has nothing to do with the hyper inflation that has been rampant in that country for a long time. Several men have written statements with the police about incidents where they were raped by a woman at gun point. The way it went down was that they would be offered a lift by these attractive women (usually 2) who would then drive them to some lonely spot at gun point, hand them a condom and order them to have sex with one of them. At the end of the ordeal the women would carefully retrieve the condom and drive off into the night with the raped man’s semen.

This is the kind of tale that would never sell as fiction because it sounds way too bizarre to be true. But it gets even stranger. Late last year a motorist has a minor accident but when police arrive on the scene it suddenly turns into a criminal investigation after they find 31 used condoms in the car 4 of them still with what appears to be male semen. The man leads police to three women who are said to be the owners of the car involved in the accident. They are; Rosemary Chakwizira (24), Sophie Nhokwara (26) and Netsai Nhokwara (24). Police seem to have enough evidence because the women are promptly charged. Superstitious locals believe that the motive of the rapes is to collect male sperm for occult rituals that lead to great wealth. The lifestyle of the 3 arrested women and the fact that several men have come forward to tell police that they were popular in night spots in Harare where they were known to frequently insist on buying men drinks, has just added fuel to this belief. Read a recent update of this story HERE.

In Russia a lone woman rapist has been charged in court where she admitted to raping a man for 3 days. So severe were the man’s wounds from the rape ordeal that he was forced to seek treatment in a hospital shortly after the woman released him. (Watch Video)

Joke about female rapists at your own peril and maybe it might not be such a good idea to accept a lift from some beauties in a car who seem to fancy you. You have been warned.

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Anonymous said...

What an amazing story. I had no idea that this kind of thing happens. Please be posting weekend specials regularly, Kumekucha.

Taabu said...


It appears this weekend you have chosen bear it all on matters to do with athleticism around the waist.

Ever heard of SEET PAIN as an end product?

Now you know that UDAKU is not primitive and is the only thing that turns people on.

Anonymous said...

Know any pathological sadists, masochists, or predatory baba-sukari out there?

If so, there is a natural alternative to prescription medications, mob justice, or mandated jail term for there problems.

New research shows that alpha males with aforecited realated afflictions can experience a "remarkable improvement" if not healing after hitching a ride and spending some free quality with a determined team of road nurses like the Nhokwara sisters and their chief nurse instructor, Chakwizira (cha wizara ya kazi maalum).

Other research data show pathological sadists, masochits and pedatory baba-sukari recover faster and cease from their warped ways if placed under the constant tender loving care of the team of energetic road nurses, Nhokwara sisters and Chakwizira.

On the other hand, the 'Zimbabwe Alternative' (wape vidoge vyao) would go a long way in rehabilitating some Kenyan alpha male subjects and patients recover from their warped needs and instead become more creative, productive, and contented when surrounded with dedicated teams of road nurses willing to assist hitchikers on Kenyan highways 24/7.

Especially along Nairobi-Mombasa highway, Nairobi-Kisumu-Busia highway, Nairobi-Eldoret-Bungoma highway, Nairobi-Nyeri highway, Nairobi-Murang'a highway, Nairobi-Nyahururu-Nanyuki-Isiolo highway Nairobi-Kitui highway, Nairobi-Machakos highway, and Nairobi-Namanga highway, or on a raod near you.

More power to the Zimbabwean trio for the deliberate, willful and systematic turning tables on a certain segment of alpha males who have been having their way unsuspecting women for far too long.

Anonymous said...

Mmmmmmmm. New trends that are growing in popularity. What has world come down to?

Anonymous said...

Word on the street has it that the rare event or rather ground breaking court appearance drew the participation of activists, tourists, legislators and spectators from European, Asian, Middle East, African, North American and other countries, who were in the Harera area and wanted to see grass-roots sisterly activism in action.

Anonymous said...

On a rather lighter note, here is some music lyrics to an ear that is not prone to being easily irritated or offended by modern political melodies. I remember the day when were launching our ... party, Hon. Fulani was on my right and Hon. Mwigine was on my left, and he was pulling me down, while Hon. Fulani was pulling me up. And I said to myself, we are supposed to go up together and down together, but we could hardly do it right, and I thought I looked around to see what other women were around so we could correct these people and teach them to do it right, once and for all.

Anonymous said...

The Zimbabwean trail blazers have given new meaning to the old phrase, "we're hitting the road in real style".

Anonymous said...

A band of sisters gone wild while on a hunting spree for unsuspecting hitchhikers is fodder for a future adult movie. So, who or what is to blame for the extreme libidorial desires for random encounters with absolute strangers? Is it case of misplaced or misdirected Electra complex at its worst? Or are the comrades in arms trying to unconsciously get back at a one time dominant male relative, close family friend, or male figures from their neighbourhood who may have had someting to do with the destruction of their innocence and shattered childhood? In this particualr instance, it seems as if cause and effect was translated into a typical case of chick(en)s coming home to roost.

Anonymous said...

Are you still going to serve leftover weekend specials for Monday dinner or supper as it were?

Anonymous said...

A total of 345 pieces of ivory were found thanks to the diligent work of the Kenya Wildlife Service's K-9 special agent based at the airport cargo location.

The public has always been led to believe that all cargo facilities at JKIA including the Kenya Airways export warehouse had already put the necessary security measures in place to track down any individual entering and exiting all cargo premises at any given time since August of 1998.

But that does not seem to be the case, otherwise the suspect who delivered the 345 pieces of ivory would have been spotted on cctv cameras that should have been strategically positioned outside the warehouse as well as by in-house security cameras.

The question is, what if the 345 pieces hand been fake ivory and managed to make (sneak) their way through the warehouse and onto the plane?

Talking of fake ivory as in other deadly materials or harmful substance.

Then what? Another unnecessary costly disater on our watch that could have been nipped in the bud?

So, what has been going? Have we not yet learned any painful lessons since August of 1998? Or are we still waiting for the big one?

Vikii said...

I am willing to be 'raped'if the 'rapists' are cute and using protection!

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