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“I Love s*x”- Popular Female Singer Says  

UK-based Botswana artiste, who released a single on romantic appeal of popular commercial tricycle ‘Keke Napep’ has launched a s*x-positive podcast on February 1, 2018, named TASSO.

The name is abbreviation for The African s*x Show Online , and the singer aims to engage mostly the African online community around the world.

The podcast will specialise on topics about s*x and se*uality in black communities and the singer says she specifically targeted this demographic because she recognises that s*x is still a taboo subject among Africans.

According to her,the podcast also aims to bring an insight on how s*x relates to African spirituality, religion, our culture, history and black consciousness.

I love s*x. It’s that simple. I am passionate about s*x education, and I have always been the awkward one amongst my friends who talk more openly about s*x and often made people uncomfortable.

This is nothing new to me, I am just taking something I do on a daily basis with a small group of people, and sharing it on a larger scale because I feel it is necessary. We are all s*x educators.

Even if you have only ever had one s*xual experience or none at all, your story is vital and there is always someone who needs to hear it , for very positive reasons

“The world of s*x is full of untold truths, assumptions, myths, confusion and frustrations. These affect our lives by causing us to lose an important sense of connectedness with our bodies and our se*uality.

Talking about s*x is just as important as having it. s*x in some way or another is something so many people have in common and dropping the stigma about talking openly about it can bring people together, said Lorraine Lionheart.

She explains further, in a chat with Potpourri that the podcast is to cover a wide range of subjects, the good and the bad, exploring fascinating topics and perspectives where nothing is a taboo and there is literally something for everyone.

For each episode, the host will interview a great variety of people from all walks of life, including those with religious views on the subjects and those from medical backgrounds, traditional, spiritual, herbal and the modern.

Leading by example, the host shares her own personal experiences, with aim to open a more relaxed lighthearted dialogue and encourage honest conversations on s*x, se*uality, relationships and everything in between.

The singer also revealed that the first episode of Tasso will be exclusively about s*x dolls, something she feels would be a good icebreaker since many Africans are currently talking about s*x dolls.

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