Nollywood actress and former radio presenter, Destiny Amaka, has recently made waves in Nigeria’s media landscape by launching the country’s first sexual health podcast, ‘Butterflies in my Peepee’. With this ground breaking initiative, Amaka aims to transform the way conversations about sex are approached in Africa.
Recognizing the importance of sexual health education and the need for open discussions, the podcast is designed to provide a safe and non-judgmental space for young Africans to learn and discuss various aspects of sexual health. By creating an accessible platform for conversation and education, Amaka hopes to empower individuals and foster a deeper understanding of these crucial topics.
The primary goal of ‘Butterflies in my Peepee’ is to fill the gaps in sexual health education prevalent in traditional sources such as schools and churches. Amaka believes that relying solely on these institutions or mainstream media can limit one’s understanding of sex and its complexities. Instead, she advocates for a more holistic approach that incorporates personal stories, diverse experiences, and expert insights.
In the podcast episodes, listeners will be exposed to valuable insights and perspectives shared by both experts in the field and individuals with personal experiences. By actively participating in these conversations, young Africans can broaden their knowledge, challenge misconceptions, and develop a healthier and more informed approach to their sexual lives.
Would you listen to Destiny Amaka’s, ‘Butterflies in my Peepee,’ podcast?