In this episode, we’re passing the mic to Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah, author of “The Sex Lives of African Women.” We at ‘The Cipher’ fell in love with her book instantly. It’s brave, bold, and vulnerable. If ever there was a work that challenged a narrative about Black life worldwide, it’s this. In her book, Sekyiamah gathered African women from across the world to talk about their relationships with sex. The good, bad, and downright ugly. But don’t be fooled, the book serves nothing but power, love, hope, and freedom.
Christabel and Nana get into what it took to ask these women intimate questions, the power of sharing stories, and how this project changed Nana’s perspective.
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