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10 Romantic Things To Do On Valentine’s Day That Goes Beyond Dinner And S*x



Today is a special day whether you and your partner have been together for three months or three decades–and on a day like this, you don’t want your partner to feel left out and lonely.

We know how stressful and wallet breaking it is to come up with the most romantic ideas for a special valentine’s day treat for that someone– so we want to help.

Not forgetting COVID and its implications on occasions like this, there are still many ways to make this Valentine’s Day special for your partner or even someone you are not dating… yet.

GhanaCelebrities.Com has put together 10 budget friendly yet fun and romantic ideas to do on valentine’s day that goes beyond diner and s*x.

These ideas can even be enjoyed from the comfort of your homes while strict measure are being put in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Start With A Breakfast in Bed

Breakfast in bed— The ultimate sweet something for your sweet someone? You can go over the top to feature a spread that only includes heart-shaped treats like frosted doughnuts, raspberry muffins, peanut butter cookies, freshly-baked bagels, cheesy egg toast, red velvet pancakes or waffles.

Go on a Bike Ride

If the weather allows, take a mini adventure in your own neighborhood or city. You may discover some hidden gems on your new route.

Play tourist in your own town

Become tourists in your own home and finally check off one or two of those bucket list items you keep putting off. Visit the landmark in your town you’ve always wanted to visit or the museum you’ve never entered. You can make it even fun by snapping photos of places you visit with your partner.

Take a Dance Lesson

Dancing to get your heart rate up. How about you take the dance lessons you’ve always wanted with your partner? A variety of dance classes are now offered online: Learn how to fox trot, tango, and two step so you can show off your team work to friends at the party.

Play Board Games

Studies show that having fun together is one of the most important factors when it comes to marital satisfaction so grab plenty of snacks, pop a bottle of bubbly, put on your coziest pajamas, and play your favorite board games.

Get a Couples Massage

If you have the time, plan a romantic day to relax and focus on each other. Some spas offer a full day fee that includes a massage, as well as access to hot tubs and indoor pools at a very affordable price. Take advantage of discounts and have a great spa time with your partner.

If that’s above the budget, a cheaper alternative is to fill your bathtub with essential oils, line it with candles, and take a couples bath or give each other a massage.

Plan a Mini Getaway

Book a place with access to activities and amenities you wouldn’t otherwise have at home, like, say, a fireplace. You can inexpensively get a place away from home for a change of environment.

Have a Cooking Competition

Try a “cook off”—you each make a dish, then fill out score cards to determine whose skills are superior. It can even be fun if you give each other a mystery basket of ingredients, and see what you can come up with.

Have a Karaoke Night

Sing your special duet song together. science has proven that singing together with a partner or your best friends helps create strong bonds.Got a karaoke machine or just a music box? Why not put it to use today?

Make playlists for each other

Spend some time putting together playlists for each other on your favorite streaming service. Choose songs that spark memories of your relationship or simply tunes you know your significant other will love.

So there you have it, these are budget friendly yet unique and romantic ways to spend time with your significant other on the special day. HAVE FUN!!

SOURCE: GhanaCelebrities.Com




6 facts about the doggy style sex position that every couple must know!



Sex is more about exploring and trying out new things. If you do the same thing over and again, sex will get boring and monotonous. From new places to new sex positions there is a lot one can do when it comes to making love. Let us focus on the several sex position that most couples, we are sure, are aware off. Of all the sex positions, one position that most couples love is the doggy style. It has been a tried and tested position and this is also one position that adds a lot of spice in your relationship. But maybe, you dont really know a lot about the doggy style sex position, which is completely okay because we are here to give you the 5 facts of the most loved sex position- the doggy style.

1. Doggy sex position hits the G-spot

There is no better way to hit the G spot than trying the doggy style sex position. Since the position is such that it allows very deep penetration, chances of a woman getting an orgasm is higher in this one.

2. For those who love anal sex, this is the perfect position

Doggy style is not just for intercourse, it is also a lot for anal sex. People who love or prefer anal sex, always go with this position.

3. Want to conceive? The doggy style will help

This sex position also is very much recommended to couples who are trying to start a family. If a woman wants to conceive,e this position is advised since it is said the sperms can travel faster.

4. There are several songs that talk about doggy style

We bet you did not know about this one. But there are several songs that talk and mention about the doggy style sex position. For instance, PIMP by 50 cents and Back that Thing Up by Justin Moore is all about doggy style sex.

5. It maybe called the doggy style, but plentiful animals mate in this style

This is just a trivia, but it is important to know that the doggy style is not called the way it is only because dogs mate that way. Several other animals also mate in this position like elephants, horses and also giraffes.

6. Most men love it

Let us all face it that most men totally love to penetrate the doggy way. There have been several studies that suggest men love this position more than they love the usual missionary.

Now not only do you know how to do the doggy style, but you also know a lot about this sex position. Share it with your friends!



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All You Need To Know About Dr Kwame Nkrumah’s Secret Lover Who Refused To Marry Him



Ghana is celebrating her 64th independence anniversary today, and there no way we can observe this ceremony without mentioning the name of Dr Kwame Nkrumah. Who happens to be the main leading pioneer of our independence.

Anytime the issue of Dr Nkrumah’s love life pops up, Fatiah Nkrumah is the name and picture that clouds and dominates throughout the discussion.

Today being a special day for both Dr Kwame Nkrumah and Ghana, we’ve decided to serve you with an exclusive gist and detailed information about about the secret love of the globally revered Pan Africanist.

Thoroughly read through the paragraphs below to know more.

Genoveva Esther Marais was a bosom companion and confidante of Kwame Nkrumah. She was more intimate with the radical political reformist than any other person he had met throughout his entire adult life. She discovered a part of him rarely experienced by anyone else.

Genoveva, born in South Africa, attended the Fort Hare and Rhodes Universities where she received a Diploma and Bachelor of Arts degree in education respectively.

After her undergraduate studies, she began her professional career as an English teacher, at the William Pescod High school.

Miss Marais then travelled to New York, United States of America where she lived for over three years. While in New York, she earned a Masters of Art from Columbia University. She became a model in her days at Columbia.

Genoveva moved to Ghana, just before the former British colonial territory attained political independence, to serve as Inspector of Schools.

She received an expatriate appointment from Michael Dei-Anang, recruitment officer at the Colonial Civil Service. Genoveva arrived at the new nation of Ghana on February 22nd 1957.

The charismatic Prime Minister and Ms Marais met at an Independence State Ball. The beautiful damsel caught the sight of Prime Minister Kwame Nkrumah while on the dancefloor with another lady. He fixed his eyes on her and never turned away.

Eventually he gathered the courage to ask her for a dance.  Star struck by the jet propelled political boss, it was an offer the beautiful debutante simply could not refuse.

That’s how the relationship between the two lovebirds began. Genoveva instantly fell for Kwame’s infectious laugh; it seduced her. Kwame found comfort in the warmth of Genoveva’s embrace.

Genoveva was a cultured lady of many talents with refined personal taste.  She played the piano remarkably well and enjoyed interior decoration. Nkrumah and Genoveva frequently played tennis at dawn.

In fact, she was his personal stylist and hired the Prime Minister’s tailor. She fashioned what became his subversive iconic dandy look.

Nkrumah found in Genoveva an honest and trustworthy partner who was blunt with him. He grew paranoid after various assassination attempts on his life. Nkrumah was a marked man.

Death constantly knocked at his door. He battled with depression and loneliness. He needed unconditional loyalty and Genoveva filled this void. This is why he shared his grand ambitions and deepest fears with her, without the slightest iota of scepticism.

Genevova was convinced the special relationship they cherished endured because it was centred on “affection, friendship rather than by law”.

Nkrumah fell head over heels for her and proposed marriage. But she brutally rejected him. She feared her marriage to Kwame would compromise her professional career.

She wasn’t ready to play the role of a traditional African wife who was expected to stay at home. Genoveva was an independent woman driven by her individual ambitions.

Genoveva later gained employment at the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation as Head of Television Programmes. She acted and produced theatre for radio and television.

She also believed Nkrumah was so preoccupied with his ideal of a united classless African society that “a wife was a hindrance rather than an asset”. Kwame once told Genoveva, “African unity must always come first, If I have to sacrifice my own mother for that, I would, however much I love her”.

Nkrumah was profoundly political in every step he took; in fact, the decision to break his virginity was most probably influenced by politics too.

When he decided to settle down with Fathia, a Coptic Christian Egyptian lady, it was merely after an exchange of photographs.

The marriage was orchestrated by close friends who collectively decided it was not ideal for the senior-most citizen to hold the highest office of the land without a better half.

They were eager for him to settle down and nurture a family. Fathia gave him exactly what he lacked his entire life – a stable home.

On February 24th 1966, things fell apart and Kwame Nkrumah, overthrown by a coup, was exiled in Guinea. When Genoveva Marais was on her way to Guinea to see him, she got arrested.

She was detained in custody by the coup makers, continually raped and expelled from the Republic. The 16th March 1966 issue of the Life Magazine released an expose which described Genoveva as “Nkrumah’s slender mulatto mistress”.

The public, for the first time, got a glimpse into their carefully hidden love affair. After a brief stop in Togoland, the Chief of Security paid her a visit at the hotel and summoned her to the Sûrete; the police headquarters. There, Genoveva was interrogated by six men, which included two Ghanaian nationals.

Her bags were thoroughly searched and some of her possessions threatened with confiscation. She was held under house arrest before they allowed her to leave.  A stressful trip to meet her revolutionary lover, she misplaced the manuscripts for the book on the plane but recovered the documents afterwards with the help of Miriam Makeba.

Nkrumah strongly insisted his sweetheart, Genoveva, documented his life since she knew him much better than his closest associates. He was vulnerable with Genoveva and never hid his emotions from her.

This was the motivation behind the publication of the autobiography she authored titled Nkrumah as I knew him. The book isn’t about his unprecedented political feats; it’s a genuine account about the personality of a political genius.

Nkrumah only ever disclosed his affectionate pursuit of Genoveva to his wife Fathia Nkrumah and two other close friends, namely Ayeh Kumi and Professor Dei Anang. The personal relationship between Genoveva and Kwame still remains an unexplored part of the man, the myth, the legend.

Genoveva found love and married Victor S. Kanu, heir to one of Sierra Leone’s royal families, the Chieftaincy of Malal.

He had served as the High Commissioner to the United Kingdom for Sierra Leone until he was dismissed from his post for his marriage to her.

Part of article curled form : Face2Face Africa

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Your body language during s.e.x can earn you properties -Actor advises women



Ghanaian actor  Michael Agyare aka  Grandpaa has advised women to be very particular with their body language during sexual intercourse as it can earn them huge ‘properties’ as much as a cocoa farm.

Speaking in an interview on eTV’s ‘In Bed with Adwen’,Grandpaa opined that it is a big turn off when a woman lays idle on the bed while having sexual intercourse with her man.

He indicated that moaning and being particular with body movements during sexual intercourse makes the act more pleasurable and can make a grown man gift a woman with his fathers cocoa farm.

Grandpaa added that men get overly crazy when a woman’s body language tells how much she is enjoying the s.ex.

“There are some women that when you’re having sex with them, they lay idle as if a truck tire has fallen on them in a dream. During sexual intercourse, the more you moan, the more aroused you both get so when your man is having sex with you, show how much you’re loving it.

If you knew how crazy men get when your body language tells how much you’re enjoying sex, you would do it every time. Moan regularly and trust me, your man will even give you his father’s cocoa farm for keeps” Grandpaa asserted.


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