People assume my life is perfect because of how I look, but I’ve only got one friend & have no sex drive

People assume my life is perfect because of how I look, but I’ve only got one friend & have no sex drive

July 2, 2021

SCROLLING through Kayla's TikTok feed, you'd think she has it all – a stunning apartment, lovely wardrobe and a huge online following.

But in reality, the social media star says her life is far from perfect.

In a viral video that's racked up over three MILLION views, Kayla said she wanted to "normalise" things about her life which followers wouldn't know from watching her videos.

"Just a reminder that everyone has insecurities and things they don’t talk about," she wrote.

Opening up about the aspects of her life people don't see, Kayla said she "only has one girlfriend" and spends "99 per cent" of her time alone.

What's more, the star says she also struggles with low libido and has periods where she doesn't want to have sex.



In the video, she also went on to reveal that she suffers with body dysmorphia – which the NHS describes as "a mental health condition where a person spends a lot of time worrying about flaws in their appearance.”

Kayla's video struck a chord with viewers and received over 374,000 "likes" since she posted it last month.

One replied: "OK so I'm not the only one with a low libido??!! This NEEDS to be talked about more."

Another added: "Girl, we are living the same life."


"You are normal," a third said. "And people admire you."

In response to the support she received, Kayla thanked fans for helping her feel "normal" and "better about herself.

She added: "It's the best feeling. So just know that you're not alone!"

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