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Media personality Sharon Mundia finally addresses lesbianism and bisexuality claims

By Kevin Koech On Thu, 5 Aug, 2021 20:20 | 2 mins read
Media personality Sharon Mundia, otherwise known as This Is Ess.Photo/courtesy.

Media personality Sharon Mundia, otherwise known as This Is Ess has finally addresses claims that she is a member of the LGBTQ community.

In a detailed video published on her YouTube channel, she dismissed lesbianism and bisexuality claims, however, noting that she is not against same gender relationships.

“I am not a lesbian but I also have to add that I believe that love is love and let people live fully and truly wholly in their queerness. I wish this country had different policies but also outside the policies, I wish that socially and culturally we were less judgmental,” Mundia said.

Mundia also stated that she is not sure oi she wants to have more kids.

“I’m also not sure, there are moments where I’m like, ‘yes, give me another baby another baby right now’ and there’s other moments where I’m like, ‘you know if it was just me and my little one right now I’d be okay,” she said.

On getting married again following her divorce, the mother of one said she is currently focused and establishing a beneficial relationship and a wedding is not her top priority at the moment.

“I think my relationship with marriage and the construct marriage of marriage has changed quite a bit. I think growing up I was so excited to get married specifically it’s the wedding that I was excited about but I’m more interested in establishing a safe, healthy, mutually beneficial relationship with someone,” she said.

She further discussed how she overcame and healed from divorce, disclosing that therapy, writing down her feelings and support from family and friends played key roles in her healing.

“Whether you’re going through a divorce, separation or break up, I think one of the best things you could have is support and I also think in the past the things that helped was certain books and then also another thing that I kind of learned through therapy is writing down your feelings inform of a letter to yourself and in that letter what I remember doing was also also kid of doing was just saying like, ‘its okay, I’ve got you, I know this is difficult but guess what I’m not going anywhere, I’m here I love you’,” she said.

Mundia was married to businessman Aria Nailantei Leteipan but got a divorce in 2017 after one child and two years of marriage.

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