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When I get with my girlfriends, there is no subject that is off limits and the minute that I feel there is, I might just have to find some new girls to call my friends. Seriously though, when we come together, we're passing around rubber dicks and showing our best moves for the bedroom off if the Henny hits us hard enough. Hell, I've taken nude pics for my friend because that's what a real sisterhood looks like.


This is now and this has been the case since I began thinking about sex way back when. And, it's one of the first ways I began to challenge notions of sexuality -- by having these dick dialogues with my friends. It's how I discovered that my pussy didn't have to be hairy and it's how I coach myself through riding new dick.

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Suffice to say, I choose my podcast like I choose my friends: authentically raw, laughable, and entertaining.

I have my official podcast that I tune into for inspo, emotional support, and a variety of real talk. For all the #BlackGirlMagic that they give and the occasional sex talk, there are days where I just want to get down to the nitty gritty and could use something a little juicy to get through the day. So I got myself a roster of sex podcast. And you know what? They're all hosted by women of color, so you know it's lit!

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Sex with Strangers

This here is for grown folk! "Sex with Strangers" gets real AF with everyday issues that come up in sex, from men who don't eat p*ssy, to the pleasures of being choked during a good dick down or really any type of penetration (forreal, forreal). Best part is that they've got the highly requested male POV on their side, answering everyone's favorite fill in the blank question: why/what do men __?

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