Chidera Eggerue challenged herself and three other friends to keep their public regions very hairy instead of saving it.
The result of that is the birth of the documentary – Bring Back the Bush: Where Did Our Pubic Hair Go? which aired on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom on Monday, January 27th. The brain behind the show, who also started to empower women to believe in their beauty through the appreciation of the shape and type of breast they have, sat down with Channel 4 to breakdown the show.
For Chidera Eggerue, the general thoughts that consider women that grow their pubic regions to be unclean needs to stop. She also believes the documentary will further demystify certain beliefs people grew up with. She intends to keep the hairs in her public regions and even travel with them around the world.
Even the sight of it alone can start a conversation on her trips when she exposes them in her bikini. Bring Back the Bush: Where Did Our Pubic Hair Go? is one Channel 4, click here to watch it.
But before that, watch her interview below:
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