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‘I hate bras, want my breasts bouncing wildly’ – Eva Alordiah

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Ace rapper and entertainer, Elohor Eva Alordiah, simply called Eva Alordiah, has revealed how she feels about wearing bras.

The multifaceted creative who’s reckoned for being very vocal about her state of mind made this known on her Instagram page.

In a lengthy post shared which she shared on Thursday, May 14, 2020, the rapper gave a breakdown of how uncomfortable it is wearing a bra as a woman.”I don’t like bras.

Generally, I just think Bras are so uncomfortable. For me. And I am not the only woman who feels this way. My breasts are a part of my body, not just singular entities separate from me,” she wrote.”

So when I am locked in and strapped under the sore clasping of the hooks and cups of a bra, it is my entire body in subjection to that discomfort.o Of course, there are women who need extra support and could do with a support garment. This is no discredit to that fact.

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“But if I had to choose every day, I would walk free, with my breasts dancing wildly and unassuming in front of me, my nipples announcing me in the room before I do. And oh Lord the Nips!”

Can someone, a man, please explain to me what it is about the nipples that make them such a crave and a catalyst for sexual arousal? I can hardly understand it. Or maybe I do and I’ll just really love your candid opinions.

“Subconsciously however we women know that it is, and so we will go through the pain of been clasped in a bra- When I wear a Bra, I do it for you. To help you help yourself from going crazy over nipples. When I don’t wear a bra, I do it for me.”

To help me help myself fucking breathe. Why am I writing this? Well, I’m a writer who writes about the things people don’t like to say. If I have written for you, Woman, signify in comments.”

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Written by Annie Phillips

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