Explicit podcasts are booming, but the three women behind Brown Girls Do It Too say theirs is different. As the truism goes, every generation thinks it invented sex. But surely this is the first to be talking about it more … and doing it less? Not to be confused with Brown Girls Do It , a well-established independent podcast about books, politics, race and class, the newer project is at the Carry On meets Carrie Bradshaw end of the cultural spectrum. In it, Poppy Jay, 33, Rubina Pabani, 31, and Roya Eslami, 24, talk about their sexual experiences and discoveries in what is pitched to listeners as a raucous, intimate over-share. All three of them work in the media in London and were approached by a male producer at the station to work on the project.
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The piece contains descriptions of a sexual nature. A male friend later told her that her Instagram posts and username had been shared with some 40, members of the Telegram channel V2K. V2K — which was last year denounced by women on social media, who also reported it to the Malaysian authorities — is one of hundreds of groups that have sprung up on chat apps such as Telegram. The encrypted messaging platform, which has half a billion users, gained popularity amid a drive to protect user data from governments — but it has also come under increasing scrutiny for being used to share illegal and abusive content.
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For a group who love to experience the great outdoors naked, it's a rather curious way to appeal to new recruits. But British Naturism, which says there has been a surge in the popularity of nudism since lockdown , is spreading the word… by telling fans to get their kit on. T-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts and aprons are being sold with slogans such as 'I'd rather be naked', 'I've got nothing on later' and 'Clothing is always optional'. British Naturism is selling T-shirts left , hoodies, sweatshirts and beanie hats right with slogans such as 'I'd rather be naked' and 'I've got nothing on later'. There's even a bright orange beanie hat with the phrase 'Isn't it a bit cold for that?