When sex means reproduction, certain proclivities may simply not be part of cultural models of sexuality. Barry and Bonnie Hewlett had been studying the Aka and Ngandu people of central Africa for many years before they began to specifically study the groups' sexuality. As they reported in the journal African Study Monographs , the married couple of anthropologists from Washington State University "decided to systematically study sexual behavior after several campfire discussions with married middle-aged Aka men who mentioned in passing that they had sex three or four times during the night. At first [they] thought it was just men telling their stories, but we talked to women and they verified the men's assertions.
A deeper look into the different cultures of the African continent, its food, people, music, art, language and more. A few African cultures and traditional practices have been greatly frowned upon and stopped while others continue to stir up controversies. These communities are largely isolated from the rest of the country. They have resided the trappings of modern life, they keep livestock, live off the land and practice ancestral worship.
The people of Ovahimba and Ovazimba tribes in the Kunene and Omusati regions in Northern Namibia have an upheld culture that has defied western influence and agitation. With a population of over 50,, the women engage in the daily activity of milking their cows, taking care of the children and other extensive duties while the men go hunting leaving, sometimes, for an extended period of time. You cannot ignore the red skin they have.
Scholars use diverse terms and spellings to designate the Mosuo culture. Most prefer 'Mosuo' some spell it 'Moso', while a minority use neither term, but refer to them as the Na people. The Mosuo people are known as the 'Kingdom of Women' because the Na are a matrilineal society: heterosexual activity occurs only by mutual consent and mostly through the custom of the secret nocturnal 'visit';  men and women are free to have multiple partners,  and to initiate or break off relationships when they please.