Anokhi Uncensored / ANOKHI UNCENSORED Episode 1: Making Love, Intimacy & Shutting Up The Shamers

ANOKHI UNCENSORED Episode 1: Making Love, Intimacy & Shutting Up The Shamers

Anokhi Uncensored Oct 15, 2019

ANOKHI UNCENSORED Episode 1

“Making Love, Intimacy & Shutting Up The Shamers … Why Don’t We Talk More About What Goes On In Between The Sheets?”

Hosted By Hina P. Ansari & Ruchika Bindra Anand

 

ANOKHI UNCENSORED Episode 1: Making Love, Intimacy & Shutting Up The Shamers
ANOKHI UNCENSORED Episode 1: “Making Love, Intimacy & Shutting Up The Shamers … Why Don’t We Talk More About What Goes On In Between The Sheets?” Photo Credit: Becca Tapert on Unsplash

Welcome to #ANOKHIUNCENSORED! We are so excited to be launching this amazing monthly radio show by ANOKHI LIFE that you can hear on www.rukusavenueradio.com the South Asian channel on Dash Radio on the last Tuesday of each month at 6PM PST and 9PM EST and on Wednesday at 2PM GMT and at 6:30PM IST.

Helmed by two fabulous women — myself and my co-host Ruchika Bindra-Anand we bring our unique generational perspectives (Gen- X and Millennial) to the table and talk about issues that matter to us! We are two dynamic personalities who have come together for the very first time, to deep dive forbidden and controversial topics about the South Asian, global community.

 Gen-Xer Hina P. Ansari’s 20+ years as a journalist, was launched by her being the first South Asian Muslim woman to break into the Canadian publishing world at FLARE magazine. Celebrities that she’s worked with have included: Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, and Gwen Stefani. She has blogged about foreign policy and social justice issues for The Huffington Post Canada, and is the long-standing editor-in-chief of ANOKHI magazine (print and then online). Hina has filmed her first doc, The Style Atlas-Jakarta and has been a guest of the Emerging Leaders Conference in 2014 at The White House, as part of Women’s History Month.

 Millennial co-host Ruchika Bindra-Anand, is a Lifestyle & Entertainment media personality, who holds a Master’s degree in Communication Studies and has been hosting on-camera and live events for over five years now. Former host of the hit TV show #NoFilter on Rogers TV, Ruchika has also been the red-carpet host and entertainment reporter for Anokhi Pulse TV, where she has interviewed/met celebrities like: Jennifer Lopez, Tamanna Roashan (#DressYourFace), Abhishek Bachchan, Taapsee Pannuu, and Robin Sharma.

We are so excited to tackle the world of #ANOKHIUNCENSORED!

In our premiere episode of of ANOKHI UNCENSORED, “Making Love, Intimacy & Shutting Up The Shamers … Why Don’t We Talk More About What Goes On In Between The Sheets?” we talk about understanding intimacy within the South Asian culture and take a Desi deep dive into analyzing the role of pop culture, Hollywood and Bollywood specifically, in educating and creating perceptions around intimacy. We also chat about our generational differences (Gen-X vs. Millennial) when it comes to understanding sex and our sexual intelligence.

We tackle hot button issues such as …

Is Bollywood screwing us when it comes to sex?

The good girl vs the bad girl in Bollywood. Item Girls, yay or nay?

What did mainstream pop culture teach us about sex and intimacy growing up and now?

How did we we navigate the sexual convo among our friends growing up?

What (if anything) did your families teach us? Or were they afraid to?

Learning about sex before and after social media & so much more!

Ps.  You won’t believe the crazy studies and stats we found!

 

Click here to listen to the full episode!

Let us know what you think in the comments below or hit us up on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!

We can’t wait to hear what you think!

You can always send us a DM or email us at [email protected]! And don’t forget to always tag us at #ANOKHIUNCENSORED! 

 

Main Image Photo Credit: Becca Tapert on Unsplash

 

 

Hina P. Ansari

Hina P. Ansari

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Hina P. Ansari is a graduate from The University of Western Ontario (London, Ontario). Since then she has carved a successful career in Canada's national fashion-publishing world as the Entertainment/Photo Editor at FLARE Magazine, Canada's national fashion magazine. She was the first South Asian in...

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