Even as UK society relaxes its attitudes to sex and relationships and we see greater visibility for positive role models, not everyone feels included in the conversation.
Two episodes in, the show is opening up debate and changing perceptions about sex in the British Asian community. The biggest misconception the presenters come up against is that brown women live sexless lives outside of marriage.
Rubina says: But we are. Another stereotype to debunk is that brown women are oppressed and without autonomy.
Poppy says: Roya is similarly perplexed: The three of us are not those things. You just get so bored by it.
Roya says: I can never work out if those things are compliments or insults. Or we do sex this way.
Having sex to get out of Bbc hosting no drama just good sex or having a headache to get out of sex. The trio all say the only person they felt represented them in the media when they were growing up was the protagonist in Bend It Like Beckham — Jess Bhamra played by Parminder Nagra. But British Asian women are deeply flawed too — we make mistakes and do antifeminist things in sex because we think men will like it, we want to present.
Rubina agrees: As well as educating other millennial women, the main aim of the podcast is to reach out to young women who might not have other safe spaces to discuss sex, say the trio.
This podcast is also for boys, she adds. To tell them: We are just as horny as you and listen up and take notes.Woman Wants Real Sex Hazelton Idaho
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