"Often used against her": Meghan discusses female sexuality

In her podcast "Archetypes", Duchess Meghan often talks about injustices towards women.

"Often used against her": Meghan discusses female sexuality

In her podcast "Archetypes", Duchess Meghan often talks about injustices towards women. In the latest episode, the 41-year-old expresses her impression that women are sometimes pilloried for their "sensuality" and "sexuality".

In the latest episode of her Spotify podcast "Archetypes", Duchess Meghan spoke about the fact that women are often pilloried for their "sensuality" and "sexuality". For the episode, Prince Harry's wife visited her former high school in Los Angeles and spoke with actress Michaela Jaé Rodriguez and 'Sex and the City' writer Candace Bushnell.

Bushnell reportedly said on the podcast about female sexuality, "You know, I wrote for women's magazines in the '80s. I wrote a lot about relationships and sex, and I really analyze it." For example, she analyzes "why we behave the way we do". She grew up in the 1960s, when women were told how their sexuality should be: women should "only want to have sex with one person" for the rest of their lives, the 63-year-old explained. She added, "And the women I know just weren't like that."

With actress Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, who campaigns for trans people's rights, Meghan also spoke about "one of the things that all women face": As women get older, according to the Duchess, and they express their "sensuality" and exploring and understanding her "sexuality" can often be used very strongly against her, said the 41-year-old. A man is often celebrated when he is "having fun". But with a woman, "it doesn't matter if she's in her mid-50s and maybe the most successful woman in finance," the Duchess continued, "I promise you, there will always be someone who says, 'Yeah, but she was like that Bitch in college.'"

Rodriguez then shared his own experience. She posted a picture of herself on Instagram in a see-through top, "I exposed the nipple." She felt liberated "not just to show myself, but to feel artistic and creative because I know this is my body and not someone else's," she recalled. While she was celebrated in the comments by many women for the picture, many men became personal, Rodriguez continued. "It's always a projection," Meghan said of such hate messages. "Oh, it always says so much more about the other person than it does about you."

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