Real Talk: A Candid Conversation on Sexuality and Identity
In this episode, I sit down with Sadia Azmat, a British Indian writer and comedian who unapologetically shares her experiences with sexuality and identity. She cohosted a podcast for BBC called "No Country for Young Women." Recently, she published a book called "Sex Bomb," which explores sexuality and her identity as a Muslim woman
As a young Muslim girl growing up in Pakistan, my understanding of sex was shrouded in silence. Sadia and I both navigate a world where discussions about sex are off-limits. We delve into how cultural norms can hinder the exploration of one's sexuality.
With humor and honesty, Sadia leads us on a journey of sexual empowerment and self-discovery.
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Host & Producer: Saadia Khan I Content Writer: Bobak Afshari & Saadia Khan I Editorial review: Shei Yu I Sound Designer & Editor: Paroma Chakravarty I Immigrantly Theme Music: Simon Hutchinson Other Music: Epidemic Sound
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