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Three friends, Mamoudou, Tay, and Dora, explore their relationships with sex in a modern dating world. Tay grapples with his toxic masculinity, Dora, her fear of monogamy, and Mamoudou faces asexuality in a super sexual dating scene. Half-hour. Single-cam.

  • Mamoudou N'Diaye
  • Project Type:
    Screenplay, Television Script
  • Genres:
    Dramedy, Comedy
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  • Country of Origin:
    United States
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Writer Biography - Mamoudou N'Diaye

Mamoudou N'Diaye is a Mauritanian-American former educator, writer, comic, DJ, and activist. He graduated from the College of Wooster in 2014 with a degree in Neuroscience and moved to Brooklyn to pursue a comedy career.

He performs stand-up all around New York City, has written, directed, and perfomed on the webseries deadass, the live sketch shows Ryan Live and Lo-Fi, MTV News's Decoded with Franchesca Ramsey, has written for Funny Or Die's NewsFlash, and consulted on an untitled Michael Moore project.

He formerly was a video correspondent for Mic, blending social commentary and comedy as well as for the science media site, Seeker, blending psychology, sociology and comedy, and wrote for the Refinery 29 show After After Party with Sonia Denis and Roy Wood Jr's Radio and TV Correspondents Association Dinner Speech.

You can catch him eating Popeye's, milly rocking to This American Life in a Lisa Frank leopard onesie.

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Writer Statement

Can people not want to have sex? Like at all? After years and years of feeling like a crazy person when people around me seemed to be always talking about sex and I couldn't care less, I finally discovered the asexual spectrum. Currently, I'm still questioning and working through my own identity and orientation but within that journey exists an exploration of modern dating that encompasses so many other topics; the evolution masculinity (especially Black masculinity), monogamy, separating romantic and sexual feelings, and religious thoughts on sex and dating, just to name a few.

In all my work, I aim to make something that I needed to exist when I was younger to better understand the world; no other show on TV explores discusses transforming masculinity, monogamy, and the flip side sexuality and I want to explore that space.