Man who’s NEVER had sex with his girlfriend of five years because of their Christian beliefs has to be shown how foreplay works – with a PUPPET

  • Tomiwa, 27, and fiancée Wunmi, 23, are waiting until after marriage to have sex
  • Pair met at Bible group and Wunmi said she was wowed by Tomiwa’s intelligence 
  • Christian couple attend sex therapy in advance of their Nigerian wedding night
  • Brit Tomiwa admits he is ‘inexperienced’ in the bedroom while Wunmi is a virgin

A boyfriend made an embarrassing confession during sex therapy with his fiancée when he admitted he thought women ‘weed through the clitoris’.

Tomiwa, 27, and partner Wunmi, 23, appeared on BBC3’s Sex on the Couch, which sees couples visit therapists at a specially constructed clinic, to discuss their upcoming wedding night.

The pair met at a Bible study group when they were teenagers, and Wunmi admitted she was ‘wowed’ by Tomiwa’s intelligence.

Due to their strong faith, the couple have abstained from intercourse for their entire five year relationship, and virgin Wunmi wanted to ensure she was fully prepared for what was to come after they say their vows in a Nigerian ceremony in five month’s time.

Tomiwa, 27, pictured right, and partner Wunmi, 23, pictured left, appeared on BBC3’s Sex on the Couch, which sees couples visit therapists at a specially constructed clinic, to discuss their upcoming wedding night

During the session with sex therapist Lohani Noor, Tomiwa revealed he has had sex before but wouldn’t call himself experienced ‘by any stretch of the imagination’.

When the pair were presented with a vagina ‘puppet’ to get to know the erogenous zones, he made the shocking confession: ‘I genuinely thought that women weed through the clitoris,’ before descending into laughter.

They later went on to discuss orgasms, with Tomiwa questioning whether it’s possible for a woman to think she’s having one when she’s not, because it’s not always ‘super apparent’.

Lohani reassured the couple, pointing out: ‘If you have an orgasm you’ll know – it’s a significant experience.’

When the couple were presented with a vagina ‘puppet’, Tomiwa made the shocking confession: ‘I genuinely thought that women weed through the clitoris,’ before descending into laughter

Lohani used the puppet to explain the anatomy of the organ, which is the only one in the body with the sole function of providing pleasure

Speaking about their sexless relationship, Wunmi explained: ‘Our [Christian] faith is the foundation of our relationship, so for the past five years we’ve been celibate.

‘We’ve not had sex, and that obviously is very difficult, as you can imagine.

‘We do want to try and keep ourselves as pure as we can so in five month’s time when we get married we can enjoy it to its full potential.’  

Speaking about their sexless relationship, Wunmi explained that their Christian faith is the foundation of their relationship, so for the past five years they have remained celibate

Lohani encouraged Tomiwa and Wunmi to produce a mood board to create a picture of what they would both like 

She told Lohani that she felt it would help her to be ‘better educated’ about it so she can enjoy it properly when the time comes.

When discussing what they envisage for their first time, Tomiwa joked that in an ideal world they’d have ‘super amazing sex for 10 hours’.

He later added that while their first night is ‘very important’ to him, he is ‘not expecting too much’ because they’re just starting together.  

Lohani encouraged them both to produce a mood board to create a picture of what they would both like. 

When discussing what they envisage for their first time, Tomiwa joked that in an ideal world they’d have ‘super amazing sex for 10 hours’

New BBC3 reality series Sex on the Couch sees couples visit a specially constructed clinic to open up about their relationship woes and inject intimacy back into their relationships. Pictured (left to right) are sex therapists Lohani Noor, Silva Neves, Dr Roberta Babband Kate Moyle

She also urged them to give each other ‘permission’ to touch and explore each other’s bodies on the big night to make sure they’re both on the same page.

At the end of their sessions, Wunmi claimed she felt ‘somewhat enlightened’.

She said: ‘Talking about permission has reassured me that I can say what I want to say. I can be honest.’

Tomiwa added: ‘We don’t have to go all the way on the first night. If it doesn’t work out, we can revisit again when we’re feeling better.’ 

Sex on the Couch is available to watch now on BBC Three. 

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