Nollywood Actress, Rita Dominic Talks About Love, Sex, Marriage & Having Children

Nollywood Actress, Rita Dominic Talks About Love, Sex, Marriage & Having Children


Nollywood screen diva, Rita Dominic, has disclosed that she is presently “working” towards having her own babies, PM Express has reported.
By Frank Henry
8th September,2017
The actress who is now 42, revealed this in an uncharacteristically open chat about her private life during a recent Facebook Live chat with her fans. Asked if she secretly had children, the actress responded:

“No, I don’t but I’d love to. I love children so much. And I’m working on it, hopefully.”

When questioned if she’s presently in a relationship, she squealed with laughter before responded by saying that it’s her personal life but went on to note that she once had a boyfriend in Germany.
“That’s my personal life. Don’t make me blush. Actually, I used to have a boyfriend. I used to date somebody in Germany”, the actress said without divulging more details on the relationship.
In a recent interview with a lifestyle and fashion magazine, Schick, Rita said she could have been married a long time ago, but things didn’t work out. She hopes that God will present the right man to her at the right time.

“I believe that God is in charge of my life and will present the right man to me at the right time,” she said  

According to the multiple award-winning actress, she has not allowed the social pressure to stampede her into taking a hasty decision on marriage.

“I am a human being and I would be lying to say that it doesn’t sometimes. More so because it’s something I sincerely want to do but the feeling passes when I remember that society will not live with the person.” 

She continued,

“I will live with the man, so it is very important that I do it because I want to, not because society wants it for me.” 

On the myth that s*x, for women, gets better with age, Rita opined that sex at 40 is what you make of it.

“If you ordinarily don’t enjoy it, age won’t make a difference. I find that when a woman embraces her sexuality, many Nigerians equate it to being Ashewo, as if we should act like sex is not pleasurable,” she argued.

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