Actress Monalisa Stephen narrates how her boyfriend forced her to have intimacy during her period (Video)
Monalisa Stephen, the Nigerian actress, has opened up on her s3xual escapade with her lover.
In a chat with Nedu on the Honest Bunch podcast, Monalisa said her boyfriend used to go down on her “during my period.”
The film star said each time she tries to stop him, it leads to a squabble between them.
The actress also said she has friends who do the same with their boyfriends.
“So when it comes to s3x and you want me satisfied, they really need to touch every part of your body and feel it very well,” she said.
“My boyfriend used to go down on me during my periods. I mean oral.
“I tried to stop him but it was getting to like a fight and he said ‘are you ashamed of me not even getting to like…?’
“I didn’t allow it the first time. I didn’t know what he was trying to prove. I am like no, it’s dirty. And he did it again and again. I googled it and found out that period blood doesn’t do harm to anybody that is taking it. One of my friends also confirmed it.
“I am finding it hard how you even end up marrying somebody because of their body image.
“What happened to love everybody with everything that comes out of them?”
S3xual activity during menstruation is considered taboo in some cultures.
A study revealed that a woman’s comfort with menstruation is connected with her s3xuality.
“Engaging in menstrual s3x is associated with arousal to romantic activities and less disgust toward one’s body,” it said.
“Women who engaged in menstrual s3x also had more partner support than those who avoided menstrual s3x.”
But another report said concern about having s3x during the period is the risk of passing on a s3xually transmitted infection (STI) like HIV or hepatitis.
“These viruses live in blood, and they can spread through contact with infected menstrual blood,” it added.