Writer, social media sensation and campaigner, Chidera Eggerue has a new documentary regarding pubic hairs.
Titled ‘Bring Back the Bush: Where Did All Our Pubic Hair Go?’, the documentary empowers women to be appreciative of the growth of hairs in their pubic regions. Most women shave their pubic hairs in the quest of staying in line with what society demands and deems as the normal or perfect.
But, Chidera Eggerue challenged herself for months by growing her pubic regions with its natural hairs for the new documentary. Furthermore, the documentary will be aired on Monday, January 27th, on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom.
She announced the new documentary on social media with a photo (see above) exposing part of her pubic hair, adding the challenges she faced along the way but has found other women that have joined the course.
Eggerue has been very vocal about sexuality, in 2019, she revealed she has lost the urge for sex. She has launched a new book – How To Get Over a Boy.
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