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Posted on February 21, 2017

6 RIDICULOUS stereotypes during my year of celibacy

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For my fourth vlog, I decided to share with you guys some of the funny stereotypes I got from people during my year of celibacy. From being accused of wanting to ‘tighten things up’ to being branded as a man-hating feminist. I pretty much got both  – if not every – end of the stick!

But as I always say, it’s better to laugh it off than to cry. So I took it all to my stride. Hope you guys find some of these small-minded views as amusing as I did! Enjoy :)

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