Society Debate: Is de-toothing right for campusers?

Let’s call it surviving, not de-toothing Here is a scenario; Rita {not real name} gets the rewards for the sleepless nights she spent reading; a scholarship to the National University of Rwanda. Rita is an orphan, with no one to provide for her scholastic and other needs. Should she give up on school yet there is a genuine guy willing to provide?

Let’s call it surviving, not de-toothing

Here is a scenario; Rita {not real name} gets the rewards for the sleepless nights she spent reading; a scholarship to the National University of Rwanda. Rita is an orphan, with no one to provide for her scholastic and other needs. Should she give up on school yet there is a genuine guy willing to provide?

Many would say yes, just a bunch of pretenders. Girls are often misjudged on getting gifts from men.

The practice is tainted detoothing, prostitution, fornication, all sorts of names. BUT, is detoothing misusing one’s body for cheap rewards really?

Any smarter lady can go for the gold when their body isn’t part of the deal. Otherwise, detoothing would be a form of prostitution done in broad day light.

Meanwhile, de-toothing remains a sweet savior for campusers, regardless of gender.

If it wasn’t for genuine giving guys, the path to graduation wouldn’t be rosy.  Rationally, who would survive on the twenty something fee for a full semester without lacking?

Worse would be receiving gifts from multiple dudes or over aged guys, but if the road leads to one straight man, where’s the problem? Detoothing is positive and yielding.

Apart from gadgets like cars and handsets, partners go out of their way to pave a bright future for their friend {partners}.

You have heard of cases where men pay for their girl-friend’s education, construct residential houses for their partner’s family and so on. Who would turn down such an offer in this tight world?

As a matter of fact, it’s a competitive world where names and wealth rule. If this hot dude will get me the visa to a big name and wealth, why should I blow the chance?

Mind you, on graduation day, will detoothing be indicated somewhere on the academic transcript?

Its high time judgmental campusers had some growing up to do. After all many commit bigger ‘sins’ like drug addiction, or even prostitution.

And if the privilege of coming from wealthy families is meant for a few, should the rest give up on a better future with education? This is Africa where poverty is real, a reason people should do anything for the money, even if it’s de-toothing.

Why are we extremists? Aren’t there tangible results from de-toothing? Don’t we see what started liken a give and take relationships end up in happy marriages? Shouldn’t we owe the increased number of graduates partly to detoothing?

There are of course over board characters; like campusers who sleep with anyone with the potential to provide materially, BUT reasonable girls are aware that no single item is their worth.

They take the money and material as a token of appreciation for their beauty, not a medium to buy them.

If de-toothing was that bad, we would by now have perverted, diseased campusers, which isn’t the case. Style up, some detoothing is needed for survival at campus; all you need is playing your cards well. Be as smart as the word.
 
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