2 Steps to Powerful Personal Growth

Seeking personal growth means that you are finding joy in the journey of life itself, rather than a very specific result. When you observe that you respond, rather than react, to life’s circumstances in a more empowered way – that’s what growth-derived joy is all about.

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Chriss Zoe: Dreams Do Come True

he bigger the dreams, sometimes the bigger the road blocks. Chriss thought she had met the man of her dreams and got engaged. But her partner revealed himself to be emotionally, and later physically, abusive.

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How to smash your BIG audacious GOALS!!!

What I discovered quickly along my path was game changer for me and I couldn’t believe the power behind it. I discovered that the more I manifested my big audacious goals and shared them with people I interact with, the more ways I saw it possible to accomplish those goals.

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Let's Talk Money - Event Program

Join our community of driven women sharing the same passion to disrupt the status quo, who are out to make a difference in this world. Learn from successful female entrepreneurs as they share their tips, knowledge and experience.

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It’s a woman’s world!

The glass will eventually crack and break. Women are making moves and the glass ceiling is cracked!

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Only read if you're dating and hunting for magic

I was feeling the same way towards dating. I was hopeless, impatient and frustrated. I wasn't meeting anyone that could keep my interest for more than a day or two.

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Why Representation Matters

Looking back on some of the characters we loved to hate growing up, I can’t help but notice how clearly gender-subversive some of the villains were.

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15 signs of ADHD in women

Importantly, that narrative and picture of ADHD is very centered around whiteness, often failing to account for the experiences of people of color. Many people of color are undiagnosed and not given the care they need.

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How to smash your BIG audacious GOALS!!!

What I discovered quickly along my path was game changer for me and I couldn’t believe the power behind it. I discovered that the more I manifested my big audacious goals and shared them with people I interact with, the more ways I saw it possible to accomplish those goals.

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Friday Dance Series Playlist

#MovingIsHealing

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5 ways to build a loving relationship with yourself

That four letter word seems to have the power to invoke all kinds of emotions depending on where you are in life and the experiences and memories you have attached to that word. But I think even more than ever in today’s climate it’s important that we direct that energy into ourselves.

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A Love Letter to My Vulva

Through the next few years we navigated periods and tampons together, but somehow that intimacy drove us apart. I didn’t understand what was between my legs, or why, only that it meant pain, discomfort, and the awkward tampon shuffle once every single month.

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What’s Your Superpower?

But you see, no one calls them that: Freak, Weirdo. No! Why? Because these individuals recognized, understood and embraced what makes them different from the rest of humanity and they decided to use these gifts judiciously.

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Dear Diary: A Fight for Change

What if no one shows up in solidarity? What if there are hateful responses, what if it turns into a violent riot? But the fire that burns inside, whether it began from fear or fury or a lovechild of both, you show up anyways.

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Standards & Ideals VS Values & Principles 

Standards and ideals are ways of being and acting that look one specific way and portray as perfection or excellence. When you are being and acting inside of your standards and ideals you tend to do what others would do or what others think you should do.

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“...For a Black Girl.”

I spoke to a few beautiful Black women who bravely chose to share their stories on how certain comments and behaviors have made them feel insecure to be in their own skin.

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Black Culture: The Wounded Warriors

My childhood had its doses of trauma. My parents loved us hard, but they were wounded, and they weren’t always equipped to handle it. My mom was and still is the smartest woman I know.

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A picture speaks 1000 words – Black Art 

So, it goes without saying, although I’ll say it anyway - now more than ever it’s important to seek out art that really speaks to you. I know I have. As part of my education into anti-racism, one of my first stops was art.

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Skincare Routine With TheMarchWolf

Here’s what my dry-sensitive skin is surviving off of during the cold. With dry patches surrounding my face I turn to the following products to retain extra moisture from morning to evening.

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Change isn’t coming—it’s here.

As soon as he thought this to himself, the white owner of the gas station was outside with a .45 automatic pistol pointed at the young man.

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4 tips to heat up intimacy during our pandemic

Is the love-boat sinking? The freaking coronavirus pandemic. Life has been tossed upside down and now news headlines scream threats of a second wave this fall. WOW! 2020 is a wrap!

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Why Juneteenth Should Be A National Holiday in the U.S. (and Canada)

Black lives matter. Black love matters. Black joy matters. And Black history in America is inextricable from White supremacy and slavery. White America needs to take a long, hard look at itself and the atrocities that its ancestors committed against Black Americans.

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Dear Body, You are My Home

I was ashamed and I blamed you. But it never really had anything to do with you and it had everything to do with the constructed beauty norms that are forced upon women. It took a long time for me to understand that. 

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Shareefa J Is Not Sorry For Her Afro

Without the wig you aren’t ethnically ambiguous enough to sell products.” This continued up until 2018, but when the movie Black Panther was released suddenly it was trendy to have an afro.

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Self-Care, Is It Important?

As someone who struggles with anxiety and depression, someone who always focused her energy outwards, my life changed when I decided to embrace the concept of self-care, bringing it into my weekly routine.

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Diversity and inclusion are not a fad

It was the first week in June when my heart broke into a million pieces. George Floyds death and the resulting protests have led to conversations which were eye-opening and long overdue.

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I am more than a person of color.

 Just like you, I have someone I love. If you only see me as a person of color, you wouldn’t see me as a lover.

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I hate my cellulite!

I have been on a journey of self love for awhile now, 38 years. Looks like it will continue another 50 years, if I am lucky. I am always running up against the challenge of knowing, learning and accepting myself. 

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#ITakeResponsibility—Do You, Really?

Over the past few weeks, we have seen an explosion in support for the Black Lives Matter movement after the deaths of (among others) Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd.

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How I came to believe that Black People are the Most Beautiful Race in the World

I don’t recall a time when family or a friend actually told me that I shouldn’t be with a Black man…..it’s like I just knew.

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Embracing My Natural Hair, Best Thing Ever!

I know one thing, I came out the salon feeling like Tyra Banks. But over the years, straightening my hair crispy-straight, and getting chemical relaxers started to bother me.

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Follow these Black Femme Voices in the Sexuality space now!

As a white Australian woman working as a sexuality educator & empowerment coach, its my absolute honor to get to write this piece. Why? Two reasons. Number one is that for the first time in history, sex and sexuality is being discussed in an academic way like never before.

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Preservation - A Poem

When is it enough, it is the same story just a different name…

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Black Lives Matter Songs: 11 New Protest Anthems

It's so beautiful to see a new generation of artists addressing racism, systemic oppression, police brutality, and diillusionment. We haven't seen this kind of unity in decades. Below is a list of some of our favorite protesting anthem songs.

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10 of the most powerful quotes from black women

In the midst of all the protests against police brutality and towards the pursuit of freedom we want to share 10 of the most powerful quotes from black women. Systemic oppression needs to change, and these Queens give us power! power to keep going until we create the change needed. May these quotes inspire you to create change and uplift others in need.

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Demanding justice for George Floyd

Demand Justice For George Floyd

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And then he rejected me! yep, he rejected me?!

I am not lonely. I am not distressed about being single. I am not worried if I never find anyone.

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Most of you aren't living your best life, find out why?

All of us want to live the life of our dreams and some of us do. No matter what that looks like. Most end up settling for a lesser version of what is really wanted just because we aren’t actively committed to that best version.

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The how to's on reconnecting with your body

A few years after my eating disorder had started, I welcomed recovery. As I started to gain weight in recovery,

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An unforgettable journey to loving herself

Everyone has their own story, everyone suffers, even the most beautiful women in the world suffer from a sense of inadequacy or depression, even myself because I wanted to be thin.

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Dear Stretch marks, you made me cry.

You made me hate myself more than I hated you.

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Love YOU first

We live in a world of consumerism, where seeking something more becomes stimulus. We try to fill these voids with things.

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pumpkin spiced flapcake crumpetcrepes!

What is more satisfying than a stack of pumpkin spiced flapcake crumpetcrepes!

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You Putting It On Right?

know, I know - it’s been years since you first started having sex and using condoms, but have you ever wondered if you’re actually putting on condoms correctly?

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Take the wheel on your dating life

When you stop dating for marriage, your dating pool triples in size.

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INSECURITIES DURING QUARANTINE?

I think these weeks have been days where we look too much, we demand too much of ourselves and we think that we are bad because of who we are ... But it is not like that, we are perfectly imperfect

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Are you hiding behind a mask?

My story started when I was a teenager. All throughout high school I would get little bumps on my face but it never really became cystic until after I reached 12th grade

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Vush: Breaking the stigma!

I am working with Vush, a brand that is taking Instagram by storm and that is dedicated to breaking the stigma around female sexuality, promoting self-love, and women empowerment.

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Apps you shouldn't live without during quarantine

In a world filled with distractions it becomes almost impossible to stay productive on important tasks. Well we have a solution,

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Why Lizzo Makes Me Feel Uncomfortable

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My name is Jenny, I am a sex educator, and I have....

I went to the doctor with my first....

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5 Ways to Crush Your Goals and Make Your Dreams Come True

Here are my top 5 ways to crushing your goals and making your dreams come true.

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57 days: A love story

I’m seeing every part of my husband, fully and wholly. All those parts of him that I love and all those parts of him that drive me crazy. And now, as I’m confronted by our differences, I get to practice accepting them.

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A letter that changed her life

I used to sit and cry in the mirror about how I have cellulite & back rolls & wobbly thighs that rub together as I walk! I thought “why do mine do that??!!

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I didn't fit the beauty standard

I didn’t fit that beauty standard anymore. I wanted to look like the girls in the magazines. So, my vicious circle began:

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Perfect body in an imperfect world

We don’t love others because of how they look (big or small, tall or short) but because of how they make us feel 💟

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Getting Through A Break-Up

At the end of the day, relationships come and go and one day quarantine will too. The most important relationship you will ever have, is the one with yourself. Holding onto toxic emotions only hurts you in the long run. Take this time to learn to love yourself again and remind yourself that you are MORE than enough.

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5 Ways to Stay in a Positive Mindset

These are 5 Ways to Stay in a Positive Mindset.

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Courtney Rose Says It Best

𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐞𝐧𝐝 𝐠𝐨𝐚𝐥 𝐢𝐬𝐧’𝐭 𝐭𝐨 𝐥𝐨𝐯𝐞 𝐲𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐛𝐨𝐝𝐲 𝟐𝟒/𝟕. ⁣⁣

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Losing your Sexuality to Illness

When you have a disability and/or chronic illness it doesn’t just impact your mental and physical health, but every aspect of your life. One of the areas that is greatly impacted, but rarely talked about is the breakdown of sexuality over the course of navigating disability or illness.

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3 reasons to love your freckles

Everyone is unique in their own way but you are the unicorn of unique.

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There Is A Tiger In Every Woman!

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Eat Play Love: Lessons I Learned from my First Sex Party

Attending my first-ever play party was life-changing. It showed me what healthy, consensual, explorative, sex could look like, and it got me to question my own thinking. 

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Big Booties: The Way to Our Hearts

If you’ve been following SundayMorningView for a while now, you’ve probably realized that we like butts! All kinds of butts; big and juicy, small and cute, ones with stretch marks, freckles, cellulite, dimples, and more.Well, I want to introduce you to Meegan Barnes. An artist who loves butts just as much, if not more than we do!

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Swept Away: A new photostory

It all starts with a camera and a vision!

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Dear Curves By: Mariah Sexton

Dear curves, We weren’t always that cool. I used to hate the way I was shaped

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How do we consciously cultivate self-love? Here are 5 ways

When we nourish ourselves with love, we become beautiful from the inside out. It takes a conscious decision to evolve in this way, but when we do, life unfolds before us, ripe with abundance, and beauty starts to manifest in the external world around us.

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Health, Not Size Journey

I feel confident and comfortable in my own skin, without having the need to measure myself against the worlds’ beauty standards.

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Dear Body By: Alex Light

The problem was what I had been taught, how I had grown up, the magazines I had read, the advertisements that been shown to me, the diet clubs that had been promoted to me. They made me believe that you were wrong, but the problem is them...

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Does Eating Organic Break the Bank?

Have you ever wondered if eating organic could fit in your budget? The common belief is that eating organic is more expensive than eating conventional products. I decided to investigate myself by visiting six different supermarkets in my area and conduct some good old research of my own. 

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Shaped Like a Home

I was so terribly absorbed in how my thighs looked in sunlight, how my arms flattened wide if I made the mistake of letting them press against my sides in photos. I was so spent and wasted on the details of my features that I never experienced the full joy of what being in love with those men must feel like when you love yourself.

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Time for Sex: Ways to Prioritize Sexy Time

Regardless of what you’re going though and how busy you get, I think there are ways to help keep your sex life hot, heavy, and satisfying and here they are.

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Isi Sorensen went from hating her body to LOVING every inch of it!

Today, after many years and taking full responsibility for my eating habits, I managed to realize that the only way to feel good about myself was

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Laney Degrasse: Being a model isn't always what it's cut out to be!

I stopped comparing myself to every other model because I am not every other model.

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Dear Body By: Christine Laraine

Many of your features have been deemed “ugly” in the past while in reality, they demonstrate the different milestones of a beautiful life. 

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Dear Body By: Erika Weiss

I won’t always be happy with you and you not with me, but we’re in this together. 

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Dieting VS Lifestyle Change

For as long as I can remember, diets have been a part of our society as a way to get our bodies to a desired look after eating and drinking all of those yummy things we just can’t live without. A lifestyle change, on the other hand, is where you find a complimentary balance between all of the foods we love and the foods our body needs.

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Dear Body By: Grace Storm

I often wondered if the guy who said I should start a band and call it "The Cellulites" has made it in life.

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Before It's Too Late: Ending an Abusive Relationship

In my early 20’s I was always a bridesmaid, but never a bride. My romantic relationship was so toxic my friends wouldn’t even allow him at their weddings. I yearned for the love I witnessed, but continuously chose a manipulative man and a cycle of abuse. 

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Sex and Covid-19: What You Should Know

The facts are that having intercourse would definitely not be practicing social distancing. Sexual play involves being close, intimate, and touching physically. All things which can increase the chances of you contracting and/ or spreading the virus. There are ways to practice safer sex during this time.

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Dear Curves By: Kailey Lewis

From the bottom of my heart I am sincerely sorry for the years of hiding you, sucking you in, feeling ashamed of you and resenting you. Those days are over ~ I assure you.

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Dear Future Self: Marva Kasim

What defines beauty? Let's dive deeper into Marva's thoughts about makeup and what truly defines beauty.

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My Ride or Die

Being your own best friend is a journey and a half, let me tell you. The negative self-talk we all learn early on is the first thing that has got to go. Imagine if you said the things you say to yourself to your friends. What would the friendships in your life look like? Realistically, would you have any friends? 

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Find out why being Imperfect makes you PERFECT!

What is right about what is not right, right now? It is one of the greatest questions I have ever been asked. It was presented in a book, The Tablets of Life by Danielle R Hoffman, through the lens that every person, situation, and thing contains perfection and imperfection simultaneously.

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What to keep in mind with Covid-19

I don’t think this is ‘The End of Times’ but I do think it is ‘An End of Times.’ We are being called to grow and stretch ourselves to be able to hold hope and light in the face of fear and uncertainty, not to stamp it out but rather to acknowledge it. We can’t have light without darkness and darkness isn’t always equal to evil.

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7 self love ways to stay sane during covid-19

Maintaining a self-love routine from the comfort of your own home during this pandemic. 

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Catching Some Z's

Your quality of sleep will have a major impact on your daily function. Sleep is not just important for your body and mind, but also for your energy levels and ability to stay alert.

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I cried when I first saw this photo of myself

"I cried when I first saw this photo.And I cried again when I found it the other day."

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Dear Body By: Tia May Ward

Stretch marks, cellulite and scars are such a strange/ beautiful thing.

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Why Alone Time Is Important

I’m not gonna lie, it’s an extremely uncomfortable and vulnerable process that often times leads to some of the most guttural weeping I have ever experienced, but it really is such a blessing. It’s not the only way to cultivate self-love but it is, in my experience, the most tangible.

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We Were Surprised She Wrote This To Us

During my time in China, I was actually told I needed to lose 15 pounds in 10 days in order to keep my job.

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Shake What Your Mama Gave You

At 30, little has changed, but now, I can let the energy of dance overtake me even when there are other people present, and it’s no longer terrifying. I can’t be bothered as to whether there are a few extra pounds of bloat around my midsection. Sometimes, it makes me feel even more like a woman.

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Look at Me Now: Playing with the Lights On

Well, believe it or not, there are actually some reasons as to why you might enjoy or benefit from leaving the lights on during a lil’ romp in the sac.

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I didn’t think my story was anything extraordinary UNTIL NOW!

I started my exercise journey three years ago this month. It definitely started from a place of insecurity: aesthetic reasons primarily and health secondarily. Actually, the health thing was probably third, because my boyfriend at the time (who is now my husband, yay!) told me that it was important for him to create a fit and healthy family. As a woman in my late 20s with a slowing metabolism and an awesome man planning our future, starting to exercise was a no-brainer.

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The Courage to Create

If you look hard enough, you will begin to see there is always a bright side to every situation.

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9 Powerful Wonder Woman Quotes

Here are 9 of our favorite quotes from Wonder Woman!

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10 Artistically Beautiful Bodies

Bodies truly are a work of Art!

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Women have cellulite - Get Over It!

90% of women have cellulite.⠀.⠀No pill, roller, or cream that say they eliminate cellulite is real.⠀

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Sweating for the Wedding

Our wedding should be the best day of our lives. It should be a day filled with love and joy, a day where you are surrounded with people you love the most. It’s a day we should look forward to. Yet, we are constantly reminded that we should look a certain way on our wedding day and that if we don’t, it won’t be as beautiful. Diet culture has found another way to capitalize on women’s insecurities. In addition to planning a wedding, we feel obligated to also work towards losing weight, inevitably adding a lot more pressure.

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Making 2020 the Best Year Yet

I want you to have an amazing year ahead. How that looks kinda depends on you and where you are and on how willing you are to take charge of your life. Life will happen around you, but how much it affects you and takes you off course is up to you!

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The Big C: Wrapped in a Ribbon

A cancer diagnosis can be earth-shattering for many, but the attitude we have can help create a different narrative. What if we could look at cancer as a challenge to build a warrior mentality and to re-prioritize what’s important to us. I don’t think a cancer diagnosis should automatically be seen as bad and as something with a negative outlook for the future. It will be a tough battle ahead, yes, but you have been equipped with the greatest fighting weapon of all and that is your FAITH!

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RIP Kobe

Kobe Bryant - one of the biggest names in the history of basketball - died in a helicopter crash at 10 AM on Sunday, January 26th, in Calabasas, California. The helicopter, which was Bryant’s private heli, crashed under “unknown circumstances” and is being investigated. There were nine people in the helicopter, one being Bryant’s 13 year old daughter, Gianna, or Gigi. There were no survivors of the crash.

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Sexuality: Shades of Grey

Sexuality is a broad term that speaks to how one identifies, how one experiences themselves, who one is attracted to, and how one behaves and expresses themselves, sexually. Sexuality isn’t as simple as being gay or straight, male or female. It includes a variety of spectrum's - many options exist beyond the binary. When it comes to sexuality, the important thing to remember is that there is no ‘right or wrong way’ of being. The proponents of sexuality fall on a spectrum, and we all sit at different places. It is ok to be in discovery and to be figuring out who and what you’re into sexually. Sexuality is dynamic - it changes as we change and grow as people.

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Ditch the Fur

There are so many quality brands manufacturing quality faux fur, that real fur is becoming an unnecessary and immoral purchase of the 21st century. If you want to protect animals and help the environment, ditch the real fur. Instead, invest in some fashionable faux fur!

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Give it to me Baby: What it Means to Give Consent

Sexual consent is the active communication and voluntary agreement to engage in sexual activity with another. The decision to consent must be made without the use of intimidation, force, or coercion. It is important that any and all sexual acts begin with each party giving consent. Any sexual activity that takes place in the absence of consent is considered sexual assault, and is a criminal offense (in most countries).

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