Alicia Amira Goes on ITV to Promote Be A Bimbo Lifestyle

Alicia Amira went on British channel ITV this week to promote the Be A Bimbo brand, the latest move for the world’s top advocate for the Bimbo lifestyle.

Alicia’s message is one of positivity for women who are ready to embrace their femininity and reclaim the word Bimbo. Her advocacy has recently included clothing and jewelry and a program to supply crop tops to likeminded adult industry professionals with significant social media followers. Her ITV appearance with Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield was immediately praised on social media as an eloquent representation of her image and self-worth.

“I’m grateful for all the media attention and I think people are coming around to realize that the Bimbo lifestyle deserves respect,” Alicia said. “There is no reason we should be anything but proud to look hyper feminine or trying to do everything we can to achieve our dream physicality. We’re bimbos and proud!”

Be A Bimbo has offered porn starlets or cammers crop told need is to have more than 20,000 followers on Instagram or Twitter. This is part of an inclusive campaign is designed to reclaim the word “bimbo” and erase the negative connotations that are sometimes associated our beloved adult industry but also with improvements made via plastic surgery and similar cosmetic alterations.

“We just want everyone to have pride when they choose to take ownership of their sexuality and embrace their femininity, in whatever form it might take,” Alicia said. “There’s no reason to be ashamed of being hyper feminine. It’s about inclusion and not being put down for our choices. We are taking back the terminology and demanding respect.”

On Twitter, fans can follow/contact Alicia @aliciaamiraxxx and Be A Bimbo at @beabimbo. Her Instagram is @alicia_amira and the company’s is @beabimbo. If you are a cammer or adult performer with more than 20,000 followers, contact them today for your FREE croptop. Everyone else can show their support and superb fashion sense by purchasing their Be A Bimbo attire.

Companies, brands and talent interested in business collaborations with Alicia Amira and Be A Bimbo should email corporate@beabimbo.com.

Check out Amira’s controversial article “This Body Modder Wants to Turn Herself into a Sex Doll” in VICE.

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