When it comes to what these women want to do with their bodies, they aren't here for your policing.
Queen Yoncé is all about empowerment, especially when it comes to sexuality. The singer has well documented her dedication to sex positivity through music with songs like "Naughty Girl," "Partition," and "Dance For You." It's safe to say Mrs. Carter is here for some satisfaction.
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Amber Rose nearly broke the internet over the weekend when she posted a not-so safe for work photo on both Twitter and Instagram embracing her bare body from the waist down and her bush. The outspoken starlette has never been one to back down about conversations about sex, consent and embracing the negative stereotypes thrown her way to teach a lesson about public perception about women and their bodies. We love that about her!
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The 18-year-old actress is unapologetic about every part of her being, right down to her sexuality. The actress came out as bisexual in January of 2016 and hasn't looked back since sharing her truth. Kudos to you boo!
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Don't ever get it twisted, the bad gal gets the pleasure she deserves! The singer has always and will forever be about being open and honest about her sexuality in song and in her rhetoric. But just because the "Kiss It Better" singer is willing to bare it all, the Bajan beauty won't settle for just anything or anyone. "Because I don’t want to wake up the next day feeling guilty," RiRi told Vanity Fair in 2015. I mean I get horny, I’m human, I’m a woman, I want to have sex. But what am I going to do—just find the first random cute dude that I think is going to be a great ride for the night and then tomorrow I wake up feeling empty and hollow? He has a great story and I’m like … what am I doing? I can’t do it to myself. I cannot. It has a little bit to do with fame and a lot to do with the woman that I am. And that saves me."
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Rapper and reality star Remy Ma may have been locked up once upon a time, but her sexual appetite has never been locked down. The New Yorker is here for passion with her hubby Papoose and looking as sexy as she feels, and we are so here for her openness and honesty.
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In 2014, actress Keke Palmer kept it real about sex, "My priority is not the sex," she told Madame Noire. "I refuse to succumb to my flesh. I will not offer myself up to someone who does not know my spirit." We hear you Keke, girl.
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Come through, Cardi! The former dancer turned reality star turned actress/rapper won't let anyone--and we mean anyone--tell her what she can and cannot do. Whether it's about her career glo' up or simply her carefree attitude when it comes to love and sex, this New Yorker is Black Girl Magic and feminism goals.
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Janet doesn't say call her Ms. Jackson if you're nasty just because. The singer and youngest of the Jackson clan is all about sexuality positivity at the pace of the woman. She even made a song called, "Let's Wait A While." That's real.
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You know Kim will have some sort of function on July 11.
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Rapper Trina is the baddest b*tch for a reason and it's not just because she's beautiful. In 2010 she told Rolling Out, “It’s a powerful thing to be able to show your true personality,” Trina says. “But you have to be comfortable within your own skin. You have to be comfortable with yourself and your sexuality. If you’re not comfortable talking about sex, you can’t really get your point across. There is a self confidence that you need to exude at all times.”