Addicted to Race 93: race and sex

by Carmen Van Kerckhove

Addicted to Race is New Demographic’s podcast about America’s obsession with race. Here’s a rundown of what you’ll find in this episode:

Warning: This episode contains adult content, explicit language, and frank discussions of sexual acts.

Why aren’t there more people of color giving sex-positive sex advice? How have stereotypes about hyper-sexualized non-white people caused a puritanical backlash to sexuality? How do race and sex collide on the dance floor? Why have sexuality and spirituality been decoupled in American interpretations of Eastern philosophy?

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Andrea (AJ) Plaid runs The Cruel Secretary, where she blogs about race, gender, and sex; she’s also a contributor at Michelle Obama Watch. Andrea has been quoted in the Washington Post and Chicago Tribune regarding the decline of the NAACP, African Americans’ protectiveness toward Senator Barack Obama, and the rift between white feminists and feminists of color in defending Michelle Obama against racist and sexist media attacks. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Duration – 55:39
File Size – 26.2 MB

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