Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, has claimed that men are frequently praised for exploring their sexuality while women are vilified for doing so, glamsquad reports.
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Meghan made the claim during the latest episode of her Spotify podcast, “Archetypes,” which aired on Tuesday.
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“I don’t understand why the stigma surrounding women and their sexuality, as well as the exploration of their sexuality, is so much more vilified than it is for men.”
“As you get older, you start to explore and understand your sensuality, your feminine divine.” Your sexual orientation is frequently used against you.
“A man is often celebrated if he is a player, out having fun, or doing whatever he is doing. “It was even heralded,” she added. “But for a woman, I promise you, even if she’s the most successful woman in finance in her mid-50s, someone will say, ‘But she was such a slut in college.’”
Markle went on to say that the concept of a woman’s sexual journey will “stick with her” like glue.
Notably, the former actress, who married Prince Harry in 2018, recently sparked outrage when she claimed she was reduced to a “bimbo” on “Deal or No Deal” as a briefcase girl.