Episode 48: Sex, Power, and the Black Woman: A Conversation with Dr. Can...


In this edition of the Anomalous Black Women Podcast, we are joined by Dr. Candice Nicole Hargons, a distinguished associate professor of counseling psychology at the University of Kentucky. Dr. Hargons is widely recognized for her expertise in promoting sexual well-being and liberation among Black women. Throughout her career, she has been devoted to empowering Black women to reclaim their sexuality and live life on their own terms.

During this episode, Dr. Hargons delves into the misconceptions and stereotypes surrounding the sexuality of Black women. She emphasizes the significance of sexual well-being and explores how Black women can harness their sexuality as a means of empowerment and liberation. Drawing from her personal experiences as a Black woman and a researcher in sexual health, she provides valuable guidance for Black women seeking to embrace their sexual empowerment.

For any Black woman seeking knowledge on sexual well-being and liberation, this episode is a must-listen. Dr. Hargons' insights are enlightening and inspiring, offering a unique perspective on the intricate connections between race, gender, and sexuality.