Femivoice: Men should wash their boxers, period! Does the definition of the word love encompass washing your man’s innerwear?
5 reasons why no woman should wash any man’s pair of boxers, husband or not
It has come to my attention that most women are busy cleaning their husbands’ dirty boxers and wasting their babies’ fabric softener to give them a romantic touch while rinsing them.
Let me remind you that this is an era of the dreaded coronavirus world pandemic.
Why should you touch a man’s pair of boxers when governments are advocating for social distancing and regular sanitizing of hands?
Below are five reasons why no woman should wash any man’s pair of boxers, husband or not
With the spread of the coronavirus, no woman should touch any man’s boxers, husband or not.
This is because your life is more precious than that pair of boxers that you naively use as a measure of true love.
If the governments are advocating for social distancing and regular sanitization, who are you to challenge this order.
Remember that your hands should be regularly sanitized and touching your man’s pair of boxers is not one of the steps followed when washing hands.
Besides, the governments are preaching social distancing so there is no point of trying to impress your man when the guideline is very clear, stay one metre away from him!
To start with, any male worth the word man is old enough to clean and air his boxers.
There is no point of anyone doing the laundry on his behalf.
If we are advocating for gender balance, let us begin with the “small things” that promote gender imbalance.
Any fourteen-year-old man can clean his boxers if he cannot do his clothes.
Secondly, washing a man’s boxer flouts all hygiene rules. Surely, there is no way men can expect women to clean their boxers that are full of sweat and other ungodly sights especially if you are having a running stomach.
For God’s sake, washing one’s pair of boxers is part of basic hygiene.
A woman robs off a man of his privacy when she washes his inner-wear.
If a man wants to uphold his glory and repute, then he should be ready to jealously guard some of his inner wear secrets by washing his dirty linen.
If a man is unfaithful in marriage, there is no reason whatsoever for a woman to do his laundry especially boxers.
The pair of boxers should be washed by the man’s mpango wa kando. After all is she not happy when reaping the benefits of having someone’s husband by her side?