A podcast created by Decolonising Contraception collective, an interdisciplinary collective of Black and people of colour, working across sexual and reproductive health (SRH) . Hosted by Edem Ntumy - community engagement officer and Dr Annabel Sowemimo community sexual & reproductive health doctor. Each episode gives a round up of sexual health news, social justice issues and focuses on the work of those working to dismantle the everyday prejudice in our sector. Series edited by Veronique Belinga.
Episode 4 is on Power, Pleasure and Patriarchy featuring the polymath Adeola Naomi Aderemi - is multilingual, multi local and multi format artist, scholar, activist, and healer. She received her Masters of Science in Public Health at Birmingham City University, her master's thesis focuses on the socioeconomic impact of violence against women of Sub Saharan Africa. All whilst working as a curator, yoga therapist and editor in chief of Distinguished Diva. She is currently working on raising awareness amongst the general public on issues such as human trafficking, gender equality, women's health and equal representation for voices of women of African descent in global media.
We give a round up of sex news including chatting about those new restrictions on Fresher's, the woes of those who suffer from Bartholin's cysts and if keeping lust alive via during the socially distanced, digital age is possible. References on our website