Rife Tea Episode 3: ‘Sexy’ And Body Image
In episode 3 of the new series, Rife Tea, Euella Alexie and Imogen chat about poet Vanessa Kisuule’s show ‘Sexy’, a playful look at our conflicted relationship with our bodies and sexiness, and perceptions of body image in today’s society. You can
This is the Rife Tea, a fortnightly chat podcast and video about what’s happening in the news, in Bristol and around you.
Either watch the highlights video above or check out the full podcast episode below. See you in two weeks for episode 4.
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