THE CONVERSATION: Brutally Uncensored’s New Podcast Opens With A Wild Convo On The S*x Life Of Afia — Listen To Story Of Group S*x, Menstrual S*x And Other Mindblowing Reveals, GhanaCelebrities.Com‘s sister website, also founded by Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri, outdoored a new podcast late Friday known as ‘The Conversation’.

A brutally honest podcast, it kicked off with a conversation about one topic which many Ghanaians indulge in but find painful talk about publicly — s*x.

The first guest, Afia, was not shy to talk about her experiences in the sheets and over the course of the conversation, it became obvious she is a woman who knows what she wants and goes for it.

Afia opened up to Chris-Vincent about how she first broke her virginity, which she begged her boyfriend to break for her. She also detailed experiences having group s*x (orgies), menstrual s*x and tons of other liberating s*xual experiences.

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Afia,28, is a graduate of the University of Ghana and is currently married, wherein she continues to explore her liberal s*xual life with her husband.

At the end of the mindblowing convo, Chris-Vincent promised Afia a vibrator, which she excitedly accepted and said she would return to talk about how using it is like on a future episode of ‘The CONVERSATION’.

‘THE CONVERSATION’ is a newly designed podcast for BrutallyUncensored.Com, hosted by Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri, which delves into the conversations Ghanaians are reluctant to have, in a brutally uncensored manner.

To appear on the podcast, contact Chris-Vincent via: .

Listen to the first episode below…

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