For a lot of reasons, women are making headlines for engaging in all sorts businesses in order to “make ends meet.”
At the moment, it is more like a norm on social media platforms for women to go all nude even without getting paid for it.
For those into modeling and other forms of art, it’s purely professional while to others, it is strictly an act of “slaying.”
Obviously, gone are the days when woman’s nudity worth everything. Gone are the days when a woman’s nudity was priceless.
Women are usually so fast to occupy the vulnerable and defensive sides of all stories. Thus, they must not be molested sexually nor be addressed in certain manners.
How come lots of women depict nothing but sex symbols with some of them even telling the world about it themselves but when a man sees them in that light it becomes a crime?
It can be recalled that, Chocolate City and popular Kenyan Pop artiste, Victoria Kimani took to her Instagram page to reveal that she was proud to be a sex symbol and loves being sexy.
“I don’t think it is a bad thing to be a sex symbol. My feminist side is very proud of being a sex symbol. I should not apologize for being sexy. I try my best to be myself, I express myself in the best way I can so if people see me and say that I am selling sex or the idea of sex, I think it is the person’s problem and not mine.”
Then when a man openly tells her how much “he wants to fuck her” she picks offense.
Again, we told you about a young Nigerian lady, “Elle Daddy” who shared with her thousands of Instagram followers a nude photo of herself where she called herself a hoe.
And when someone else addresses her in same manner it becomes a crime.
Currently, a 25-year-old mother of one, Emily Nikols, is trending after she revealed that she makes £45 per hour after she signed to a Naturist Cleaners firm on Google where she carries out her domestic staff duties completely naked all through.
In an interview with Sun UK, Emily said:
“To me cleaning naked is really not a big deal – it is completely normal.
“I’m just a really confident person and am really comfortably with nudity so being naked doesn’t faze me at all.
“While cleaning naked was something I had never done before, it just felt really natural to do.
“This fits in really well round my daughter, and it is a really well-paid job – the money is good for what you have to do.
“So far it has been a really positive experience. There hasn’t been anything which has made me think twice.
“The clients are really respectful and chivalrous. They carry the hoover up the stairs for me and offer glasses of water.
“The most common question people ask is ‘is it warm enough?’ but after a few minutes carrying a hoover around you definitely are.
“My friends and sisters know and are really supportive. My husband was initially a little concerned for my safety but he trusts me – I am an adult.
“I had a baby nine months ago and I’m sure there are people who would think ‘oh my god’ at my body.
“But I’m not there to be a sex object – so it doesn’t matter if I have a few stretch marks on my hips or a baby belly.
“Everyone has a naked body under their clothes, I’m not sure why we’re all so uptight about it.”
“Before my first job I was a little bit nervous but it was completely ok.
“The clients are naturists so for them it is completely normal to be naked, and that makes you feel normal and comfortable.
“It’s not about being sexy or about your own body, it’s about making a naturist person feel happy and comfortable.
“They don’t care if you are young and gorgeous or 65 and wrinkly, it’s about being comfortable nude.
“There is only stigma attached because someone attaches a stigma. If the client is happy and confident you feel like it is a normal thing and there is nothing to be concerned or nervous about.
“I arrive clothed because as much as the client and I don’t have a problem with it, that’s not to say the neighbours don’t mind, and get undressed indoors.
“Then we have a bit of chit chat, I do my jobs and then go. I have never felt uncomfortable but if I ever felt there was anything untoward I would be able to leave.”
These whole scenarios have left us wondering how much a woman’s body really worth? Shouldn’t it suppose to be priceless?
To think that this young woman is a mother, her story has left readers with mixed feelings as many think no amount of money should make a woman accept a job like that while others think there is nothing wrong with it.
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