The sex lives of African American women by Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah

Today, we are talking about sex. Yes sex! It’s not often that a book comes around that is so boldly, unapologetically truthful. Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah has crafted a masterpiece with “Sex Lives of African American Women.” The stories within this collection are raw, real, and absolutely necessary. Sekyiamah doesn’t shy away from the tough truths about sex and relationships within the black community. Instead, she dives in head-first and offers readers a much-needed perspective.  She interviewed over 100 black women from all walks of life about their sexuality. So yes, this book is an important read for anyone who wants to understand the complexity of black female sexuality.

Sekyiamah does an excellent job of exploring the various factors that affect black women’s sex lives, such as racism, sexism, and classism. She also discusses how black women negotiate their sexual desires within a society that often expects them to be hypersexual or chaste. This book is eye-opening, educational, and empowering. 

So without giving too much away,  if you haven’t already, please read this book! 

Themes are #complex-relationships #love #conflict #family #mentalhealth #sexandrelationshops #sexuality

I would personally give this ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

If you have read this, what are your thoughts? 

If you haven’t yet, we highly recommend it! 

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