By Ayo Onikoyi

Petrochemical engineer turned fashion stylist, Pearl Chidinma Ogbulu  has probably thrown a punch most women wouldn’t dare by coming out to say she has never dated a guy that is good enough in bed. In a one-on-one interview with Broadway TV, duly broadcast on YouTube, the award-winning stylist bared her mind on several intimate issues involving love, sex, marriage, money, power and sexuality.

When the 2017 Face of Candid City Stylist of Year award winner was asked if she could settle down with a man who is not good in bed,  she brusquely replied, “ I have never dated a guy that is good enough in bed”, adding that sex in a marriage is something a woman can manage to work for her by making the husband to be as good as what she can live with.

Pearl Chidinma Ogbulu

“I may have never dated a man that is good in bed but that wouldn’t stop me from dating a man who is not good in bed. I tend to love a lot if I like the man. If you are not good enough for me in bed, we are going to work towards it to make your private part a good place for us. If you have been scared to DM me because you are not good in bed, don’t worry, we are going to work at it. Don’t be sad, be happy,” she said.

But as free spirited and liberated as she seems, Pearl is not the feminist type or a sexist, she’s all woman and says nothing can make her bend.

“The truth is that what a man can do, a woman cannot do it, she said

“I can’t propose to a man. I like to be very old school. I like my man asking me out, I want a man to open the door for me, I want a man to pour me a drink, I want him to offer me his jacket., I want a man to kiss me goodnight. I can’t take the place of a man, I need to be a woman all day all my life”, she beamed when she was asked if he could propose to a man.

On lesbianism, she was simply emphatic. ““With all the joy that being with a man gives, why would I want to be a lesbian. Yes, I do have many women who are after me but the answer is no. I would rather be single and celibate than be a lesbian.


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