Blogger Chidera Eggerue says men will have to ‘jump through hoops’ to be intimate with her

Blogger Chidera Eggerue has revealed that she’s stopped having sex, and insisted men will have to ‘jump through hoops’ if they want to be inmate with her in future. 

The author, 24, from Peckham, London, who wrote the Sunday Times Best-Selling  guide to being single ‘What A Time To Be Alone’, revealed that over the last year she’s decided to take a break from sex, and says any potential suitors will have to ‘sweat a lot’. 

Speaking at Stylist Live LUXE, the activist, who founded the ‘Saggy Boobs Matter campaign’, said that she feels ‘good enough to ask for more’ and won’t be jumping into bed with anyone unless they work for it. 

Blogger Chidera Eggerue,24, from Peckham, London,revealed men will have to 'jump through hoops' if they want to be inmate with her in future

Blogger Chidera Eggerue,24, from Peckham, London,revealed men will have to 'jump through hoops' if they want to be inmate with her in future

Blogger Chidera Eggerue,24, from Peckham, London,revealed men will have to ‘jump through hoops’ if they want to be inmate with her in future

She revealed that over the last year she's decided to take a break from sex, and says any potential suitors will have to 'sweat a lot'

She revealed that over the last year she's decided to take a break from sex, and says any potential suitors will have to 'sweat a lot'

She revealed that over the last year she’s decided to take a break from sex, and says any potential suitors will have to ‘sweat a lot’

She said: ‘I spent this year deciding that I am worthy enough and good enough to ask for more.

‘I will not grant anyone intimate access to me unless they jump through specified hoops I have laid down for them. 

‘So anyone who wants intimate access to me will have to sweat for it. They will have to sweat for it. A lot.’ 

The blogger went on to advise the audience that rather than embarking on a relationship, they should invest in ‘really good sex toys’. 

The author wrote best-selling guide to being single 'What A Time To Be Alone' which aims to help navigate the readers way through the modern dating world

The author wrote best-selling guide to being single 'What A Time To Be Alone' which aims to help navigate the readers way through the modern dating world

The author wrote best-selling guide to being single ‘What A Time To Be Alone’ which aims to help navigate the readers way through the modern dating world

Last year, the blogger championed the hashtag #SaggyBoobsMatter in a bid to stop people aspiring to unnatural body aims

Last year, the blogger championed the hashtag #SaggyBoobsMatter in a bid to stop people aspiring to unnatural body aims

Last year, the blogger championed the hashtag #SaggyBoobsMatter in a bid to stop people aspiring to unnatural body aims

She said: ‘When you invest in really good sex toys and you take the time to really know your body, then within 10 minutes (or maybe even five) you will get the answers to your problems really easily, without even having to go to their house.’

Chidera rose to fame last year, after the release of her hit self-help book -‘What A Time To Be Alone’ which featured insightful Igbo proverbs from Chidera’s Nigerian mother and her own original artwork. 

The book aims to help navigate the readers way through the modern dating world, and help them to realise their own self-worth while knowing when to get out of a toxic relationship.

Last year, the blogger championed the hashtag #SaggyBoobsMatter in a bid to stop people aspiring to unnatural body aims.

The influencer, who has 251,000 followers on Instagram, told women they should invest in 'really good sex toys'

The influencer, who has 251,000 followers on Instagram, told women they should invest in 'really good sex toys'

The influencer, who has 251,000 followers on Instagram, told women they should invest in ‘really good sex toys’

The influencer, who has 251,000 followers on Instagram, regularly posts images of herself braless and previously revealed that she once felt so ashamed about her breasts that she considered having cosmetic surgery.

The rising star perviously said that she started the campaign after getting tired of seeing ‘perfect’ representations of women’s breasts in the media and shops.

She said: ‘A lack of representation of saggy-looking boobs when I used to go bra shopping in M&S [as a young teenager] made me realise that something is wrong with the way the world views women’s bodies.’

Eggerue says she would find herself dispirited by the packaging bras came in, which she felt would often show ‘a white woman with perky boobs’.

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