WAP & Why Normalising Female Sexual Desire is an Intersectional Feminist Issue with Rhea Cartwright


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25 | Love it or hate it, you can’t deny the success of what my guest is now calling Cardi B’s feminist anthem, WAP. So why did a song about women’s sexual desire cause such a stir?

In this episode, I chat with Rhea Cartwright about sexual liberation, the male gaze, the fetishization of black women’s bodies, faking orgasms, sex workers, the fascinating roots of animal print, unpacking our internalised biases, calling in allies and so much more.

Rhea is a London-based journalist and consultant. With an extensive background working in the beauty industry, she writes for publications such as Vogue, Refinery29 and PopSugar. In her multi-discipline career her aim is always to inspire, motivate, educate and empower.

If you’re looking for a fresh perspective on this pop sensation, this interview will provide you with some incredible insights you may not have considered before. Enjoy!

This podcast is for YOU, so if you ever have any questions you’d like me to answer on the show, or topics you’d like me to cover - reach out to me on email at hello@eleanorhadley.com or over on instagram @eleanorhadley

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Connect with Rhea on instagram: @its_rhea

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