Why do African men wear waist beads?
Why? The beads lie delicately on the skin, accentuate female curves, and look, sound, and feel good in the bedroom. Traditionally, waist beads were worn by women to privately signal to their partners that they were initiating sex. Today, African men still find waist beads sexy as hell.
Does Waist Beads shape your body?
Measurements and Body Shaping
Both traditionally and in modern times, women will wear waist beads to get/keep their bodies intact. It is said that the beads shape your body and keep the waist small and hips accentuated.
What does the Bible say about waist beads?
There are no verses in the Bible or Quran that speaks against wearing of African beads. Even if there is, African waist beads are fashionable and our forebears wore them with a great sense of dignity.
Is it OK to wear waist beads?
Waist beads are traditionally worn low and loosely along the lower stomach area. However, some people choose to wear them higher on their waist. You can wear as few or as many waist beads as you feel comfortable in.
What do beads symbolize?
Beads, whether sewn on apparel or worn on strings, have symbolic meanings that are far removed from the simplistic empiricism of the Western anthropologist. They, or pendants, may for instance be protective, warding off evil spirits or spells, or they can be good luck charms.
What does it mean when your waist beads fall off?
Your waist bead is totally breakable either because you’re eating too or maybe while moving too fast, you don’t get to notice your beads attached to something and it rips it off your waist. This is totally normal. You just need to take note of what you were doing before it happened.
Do guys wear waist beads?
Some men do wear waist beads, for balance and stability. Waist bead fall along the Solar, Sacral and Root chakras so they are there to help you be mindful when meditating and help set intentions.