A 71-Year-Old African Virgin, Living in Isolation for 55 Years to Avoid Women

Callitxe Nzamwita, 71-year-old African virgin man has been living in isolation for more than 55 years because him being close to women terrifies him. Screenshot.
Callitxe Nzamwita, 71-year-old African virgin man has been living in isolation for more than 55 years because him being close to women terrifies him. Screenshot.

A 71-year-old African man named Callitxe Nzamwita, originally from Rwanda, who has chosen to isolate himself for the past 55 years, barricading his home to evade any interaction with women.

His path to isolation commenced when he was just 16, and this remarkable narrative has subsequently piqued the interest of numerous individuals.

In order to express his message with strong emphasis, he built a towering 15-foot barrier, effectively isolating himself within his residence to guarantee that no women would ever gain access. During a previous interview, he clarified his reasoning, explaining.

“I locked myself inside here and have a fence around my house because I want to ensure that women will not come closer to me.” He confessed that the members of the opposite sex made him feel scared.

Paradoxically, despite his fear of women, the women in his local community, particularly his neighbors, play a crucial role in sustaining his life. As one of his female neighbors mentioned, he has seldom ventured beyond his property since he was a child.

Callitxe Nzamwita, 71-year-old African virgin man has been living in isolation for more than 55 years because him being close to women terrifies him. Screenshot.
Callitxe Nzamwita, 71-year-old African virgin man has been living in isolation for more than 55 years because him being close to women terrifies him. Screenshot.

He acknowledged that these neighbors assist him by supplying food and essential provisions.

He opts to maintain a certain level of separation when they offer their help and refrains from participating in conversations.

Consequently, they typically leave the required items at his residence, and he retrieves them once they have departed.

Whenever a woman comes near his home, he rushes inside and locks the door. It’s said that he has a mental condition called gynophobia, which means he’s very scared of women for no clear reason.

What is gynophobia?

Even though gynophobia is not officially listed in the big book of mental disorders (DSM-5), in a doctor’s office, it’s considered a “specific phobia.”

People with gynophobia have an intense fear of women that doesn’t make much sense. This fear can cause anxiety just by thinking about women. It might make them have panic attacks, feel like their chest is tight, sweat a lot, their heart beats really fast, and they might have trouble breathing.

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