A Kenyan man is suing for damages over a week-long sex boycott called by national women's organizations in Kenya who were trying to make political leaders put aside rivalries and work together, Agence France-Presse reported.
"Since the women called for the sex boycott, my wife has denied me my conjugal rights. This has caused me anxiety and sleepless nights," said James Kimondo, who is suing the leaders of G10, a coalition of women's groups.
"I have been suffering mental anguish, stress, backaches, lack of concentration," he said, according to a report from the AFP.
The strike ended Wednesday but Kimondo is still pushing his claim in Nairobi's High Court.