Famous Kenyan feminist, Peace Loise, has lamented being marginalized for being a virgin.
Peace in a viral video said she decided to speak up after she realized the stigmatization of ladies who are virgins.
The content creator noted that virgins who used to be the standard now remain single as no man wants to marry a virgin.
“We used to be the standard but right now you can’t find a single man who says they want to marry a virgin,” she said.
Peace said it is disheartening to see that the work they put in to preserve their beauty is not being recognized.
According to her, virgins deserve to be recognized and respected because they preserve their purity for the future and their husbands.
Peace notified men that they (virgins) still exist while she encourage men to look in their direction.
Reactions: Keep it up!
Her video resonated with several social media users who have shared their views in support of her message.
“We don’t keep our v card for the sake of a man that’s very misleading. Keeping one’s virginity is a personal choice for oneself.”
“Thank u so much for coming out with this topic because I have been questioning myself about my own virginity n what to do about it, thanks more love”
“You are good and you really deserve to get your perfect match do not listen to them you are worthy”
@African gal encouraged:
“Its not easy keeping pure lately. May God recognise your efforts n give u a pure Prince. It takes alot just know”
@peaceloise Finally coming out of the hoeset… 🥵🥵 #peaceloise ♬ Sad Music (Background Version) – MaximusSound
Nigerian lady celebrates her virginity at 21
In related news, a Nigerian lady has taken to social media to reveal that she has maintained her virginity for about 21 years and that it hasn’t been easy.
The Lagos-based Ezinne, a Yaba College of Technology graduate, is a fitness instructor, brand influencer, and content creator.
She said she lost many relationships due to her stance on premarital sex but vowed to find a virgin man like herself for marriage.