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Actress Winnie Ntshaba Challenges Stereotypes About Women’s Sexuality

Actress and businesswoman Winnie Ntshaba has challenged the idea that a woman’s sexual desire fades away when she reaches the age of 40. Ntshaba, who recently portrayed the character of Beth in the Showmax Original series “Adulting,” said that her role defied stereotypes and provided an important representation of a black woman in a position of power.

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Breaking Stereotypes with the Character of Beth

Ntshaba said that her portrayal of Beth was a departure from the roles she has played previously. She explained that Beth is a very toxic woman who mistreats Vuyani, but Ntshaba said that she could still see the good in the character. Ntshaba’s portrayal of Beth challenged common stereotypes about women’s sexuality, as the character was sexually active and powerful at the age of 40.

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Comfortable Sex Scenes

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Ntshaba also spoke about the sex scenes in “Adulting,” which she said were not difficult to film. She praised Showmax and Tshedza Pictures for making sure that everything was above board, with an intimacy coach and a respectful working environment. Ntshaba also spoke highly of her co-star, BU, saying that he was a gentleman who made her feel at ease.

Representation of Black Women in Positions of Power

Ntshaba said that it was important for black women to see other black women in positions of power, as they are often reduced to secondary roles in media portrayals. She said that her role as Beth was an important representation of a black woman in a position of power, and she was glad to take on the role.

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Positive Feedback from Fans

Ntshaba said that she had received a lot of positive feedback from fans about her portrayal of Beth. She said that people had been stopping her in the street to tell her how much they enjoyed seeing her play the character. Ntshaba said that as an actress, she loved to see people dissect her characters and have educational conversations about them.

 

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