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Podcast: Nour Emam Revolutionizes Sex-Ed in Egypt

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Podcast: Nour Emam Revolutionizes Sex-Ed in Egypt

Nour Emam. Illustration by Noran Morsi.

Taking Egyptian internet by storm, Nour Emam, known as “This is Mother Being” has been a brave voice in changing misconceptions in sexual health, and myth-busting old traditions.

On the fifth episode of The Egyptian Streets Podcast, guest Host Mary Aravanis joins Noran Morsi in chatting with Emam about her job as a doula, content creator, and as a Sex-Ed educator.

Listen above or click here to listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Anchor, Pocket Casts, or Spotify.

Make sure to subscribe to the Egyptian Streets podcast wherever you get your podcasts.

 

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