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It's the SEASON 4 FINALÉ of The Happy Vagina Podcast and we are joined by bright, young star of Netflix's Sex Education, Chinenye Ezeudu. Chinenye joins us to discuss her character Viv's new found rock and roll image, exploring self-pleasure in bathrooms, why we need more black women represented on screen and what needs to change to make that happen! We also discuss the multitude of other fun things to do in toilets and Chinenye tells us why she is not interested in being an advocate for anything - except, perhaps, encouraging human beings to love themselves, exactly as they are.

This episode will leave you feeling excited about the future of women on screen!


British rising star Chinenye Ezeudu has worked constantly in her short career and with each carefully chosen role, she continues to establish herself as one of the industry’s most exciting young actors to watch. Recently announced in BBC Films’ Silent Roar, she can currently be seen on Netflix's in both Sex Education, The Stranger, an eight-part thriller based on Harlan Coben’s book, and will soon be seen in School for Good and Evil opposite Kerry Washington and Charlize Theron.


The Happy Vagina podcast is hosted by Mika Simmons

Produced by Pineapple Audio Production

Supported by THV team Olivia Mervyn Smith and Amber Huggins


Come find us on Instagram


The Happy Vagina podcast is produced in association with AllBright, the leading career network for women. Got a mission, a five-year plan or an outrageous dream? AllBright will have your back. Visit www.allbrightcollective.com to join their free community today or download the AllBright app.


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