Only unserious men insist on marrying women with big bortos and melons: Counsellor Iterates
Renowned Ghanaian marriage and relationship expert, Counsellor Charlotte Oduro, has sparked a debate on social media after her recent comments on the importance of character over physical appearance in choosing a life partner.
In an interview with Abeiku Santana on Okay Fm, the counsellor expressed her disappointment in men who prioritize physical attributes such as big buttocks and breasts over a woman’s character and values.
She argued that men who are serious about achieving tangible things in life will focus on finding a partner who shares their vision and values, rather than being distracted by physical appearance.
She urged men to be discerning in their choice of partners, warning them about the dangers of chasing after superficial things.
She explained that while physical attraction is important, it should not be the sole basis for a long-lasting relationship.
Counsellor Charlotte emphasized that true beauty and value come from within and that a person’s character and integrity are far more important than their physical appearance.
She urged men to look for partners who have strong values, are supportive, and will help them achieve their goals in life.
Her comments have sparked a debate on social media, with some people agreeing with her advice while others have criticized her for being too judgmental. Some have accused her of being biased towards women with a certain body type, while others have praised her for promoting the importance of character and values in relationships.
In response to the criticism, Counsellor Charlotte clarified that her advice is not meant to shame or judge anyone, but rather to encourage people to look beyond physical appearance when choosing a life partner.
Below are some of the reactions.
Mensah Agbenyegah – Can we not find a loving, supportive, respectful wife with all our specs?? As for me, if she no be helpful self wey she get my spec self I go like am. This life e be balancing of equation with four different variables. As for lemon sized breast die3 i beg. Anka m3 da k)m wai.
Amen Jay Yakoema – My major problem is am a school bus driver I cant just understand why parent’s are diluting drinks for their school kids today I nearly vomit. Parent’s by now should be aware that we all drink it
Seth Nii Sowah – Everything counts in any serious relationship. There are no properly defined formula for a successful relationship. A successful relationship solely depends on the partners involved and nothing else. I have seen even pastors divorcing their wives, so being God fearing isn’t part of the success story as it may be in some cases.
Michael Ahebenor – Madam you are not a man to know what men really want in a woman. You are merely speaking from hear say, better keep quiet.
Rowland Offei-Okyne – During the last men’s fellowship meeting, I don’t remember her being chosen as our mouthpiece
Zakaria Zankey – Yansh is medicine ooooo if u close from work n u are relaxing in the house looking ur wife moving around with big yansh it make ur mind become more stable,yansh is good
In conclusion, Counsellor Charlotte Oduro’s comments have reignited the debate on the importance of character over physical appearance in relationships.
While physical attraction is important, it should not be the sole basis for a long-lasting relationship.
True beauty and value come from within, and choosing a partner with strong values and character will help build a strong and lasting relationship.