I entered into lesbianism to avoid teenage pregnancy-Former lesbian discloses
A former lesbian known as Beatrice Hammond who has been trending recently has also revealed she engaged in the act to also avoid teenage pregnancy. She disclosed this fact during an interview with ITV formerly known as TV7
She said it started lesbianism when she was in High School. She further disclosed that one of her lovers wanted to initiate her into a cult. The cult demanded her to bring her most loved brother but she refused. She stated she wanted to push the brother's music career but changed her mind when they demanded for the brother.
The former lesbian told ITV her last lover took everything she had given to her and made mentioning of they being sponsored by sugar daddies. Beatrice further disclosed that these so-called lesbians use their Sugar daddies as a stepping stone to lure other ladies into lesbianism.
Currently Beatrice Hammond has started a foundation known as the Bea's Foundation. The target of the foundation is to educate the younger generation about lesbianism and to also refrain from such an act. Her T-shirt captions the "Say No To Lesbianism" logo.
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