Super Hussy Media’s Call for Submissions for “The Talk: Women of Color on Sex”

Brooklyn, NY – April 14, 2010—Brooklyn-based entertainment company, Super Hussy Media (www.superhussy.com), announced today the first call for submissions for their annual publication, the Compendium. The first issue, THE TALK, focuses on self-identified women of Color and how they learned about sex. The deadline for submission is July 1, 2010.

“The Talk,” says Super Hussy founder, Aiesha Turman, “is an exploration of how women of color across the Diaspora learned about sex and what it meant to have a sexual relationship. Ultimately, The Talk is our testimonies on how we were taught or chose to learn about our sexuality and how we are continuing to learn these lessons. “

Super Hussy Media is seeking writers who can share an intimate understanding with readers of not only how they learned about sex, but how that knowledge impacted their sexual exploration. Did you mom sit you down for the big talk? Were your hermanas responsible for giving you the low down? Or was Cinemax After Dark, YouTube or a soap opera your sex ed teacher? Super Hussy is looking for funny, sad, enraging and transformational pieces to share with other women of color to continue the growth, the lessons, introspection and reflection.

For more information about the call to submissions, visit www.superhussy.com or email submissions@superhussy.com.


Super Hussy Media is independently owned, written, edited and designed by filmmaker and writer, Aiesha Turman. A strong believer in the empowerment of young women and girls, particularly those of color, Aiesha created Super Hussy as a means to explore black life as it related to the female gender across place, class, time and sexuality. The site focuses on projects that are intensely personal and through them, hopes to shed light on the contradictions, triumphs, perils and beauty that is black womanhood.

Utilizing traditional and emerging media as tools for investigation, Super Hussy Media engages in frank dialogue surrounding the issues of race, class, gender, spirituality and sexual orientation and the roles they play in the lives of black women and girls through the use of women and families, both historic and contemporary. By illuminating the hardships, struggles and complexities of black womanhood, Super Hussy Media seeks to change the paradigm through which black women are viewed and ultimately, how they view themselves.

For more information, visit: www.superhussy.com