Period Sex: Kenyan Mum-of-Two, Janet Mbugua Has Some Thoughts On The Taboo Topic, Do You Agree?

Period sex exists even if it is a taboo topic that people would rather not approach. For obvious concerns bordering on hygiene, cultural and religious leanings, intercourse during menstrual flow is a no-no for many people, male and female alike. kenyan media personality and mum-of-two, Janet Mbugua, however, chose to tackle the subject head-on while responding to questions from her followers on YouTube.

Admitting that not everyone is okay with having sex during menstrual flow, the former news anchor maintained that there is nothing wrong with the practice.

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Mbugua proposed hygiene and safety measures to help couples who choose to practice period sex. Her suggestions included having a towel around to avoid messing up the bedsheets. She also recommended the man wears a latex condom if possible; this she says will help prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.

I don’t think there’s anything wrong, I just think you have to take certain precautions, you have to have a towel, you have to make sure that you’ve covered the sheets I guess. Some people find it very messy but I don’t there is anything wrong per say in terms of is it a health risk etc. Just take precautions is what I would say and here is another thing I would say, have your partner wear a latex condom if possible. It will protect against pregnancy and STIs,” she said.

Mbugua also said she still experiences painful period if she fails to take contraceptives.

I had a lot of pain during my periods, I still do and if I don’t take contraceptives I still have the pain.

Ended up that I have ovarian cysts growing so I had a laparoscopy that was many years ago.

Because my pain was so bad I felt like there was something wrong about that,”

she said.

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