'He cheats, you cheat': Women's conference gets tongues wagging

'He cheats, you cheat': Women's conference gets tongues wagging

- A poster of an event has left social media users both amused and confused

- The event suggests that women should cheat back when their partners cheat

- Many expressed their reactions online

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A poster of a controversial women's seminar has set social media ablaze. The 'He cheats, you cheat' conference is set in Johannesburg next month and has left Mzansi with a lot to say.

According to the poster being shared on social media the aim of the conference is to re-ignite women's self esteem by encouraging them to cheat back when their partner's cheat. It has received overwhelming support from Mzansi social media users, even though most of them seemed amused.

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Twitter user said Shekhetho said:

"Ladies. This seminar is the one. Not abo "Women of Strength", "Women of Virtue", "Women of Substance", "Mbokodo" etc"

While another social media user named Sheconquerss said:

"I'm definately attending"

The men, however, did not seem to find the humour, with Kabelodic saying:

"Ish I hope the name of the seminar is a metaphor please. Lord your daughters are starting to scare us"

Chris_Mayimele said:

"Sounds like a seminar of witches"

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Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that the first episodes of Uyajola seem to have really rattled Mzansi's men. They were in such a state that they called for a 'Men's Conference' to be held to discuss the show's presenter, Jub Jub. The men are not happy about Jub Jub exposing cheaters.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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