When I first received the OhMyG! lemme tell you, OhMyG!

Have you ever been super horny and ready to use your toy, and then you turn it on and it sounds like a freaking motor boat, thus totally disrupting the moment? I have definitely been cock blocked by a noisy toy.

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Brooke Lyn - My journey

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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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why this sex toy can spice up your sex life!

Masturbating is one of my favourite past times. It’s a time for me to connect to myself and my body, to identify and fulfil my needs, and to relax and experience pleasure. 

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Find out why this lil Biird will make you sing!

Well today I’m sharing with you a brand new toy called the ii, by the company Biird, that does just that. The Obii is pretty fucking awesome because it’s a 2-in-1 toy that both suctions and vibrates the clit. On top of that, it’s whisper quiet, so no getting cock blocked by a noisy toy when you’re horny as fuck. 

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I'm no longer taking society's advice, let me tell you why!

The more make-up you wear, the less human you seem and suddenly winged liner and a painted lip means you’re now just an object. Some one who’s ‘craving male attention’ or ‘trying too hard’. You wipe it off and you’re no longer classed as ‘put together’ - instead you’re “letting yourself go” or not making enough effort. 

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7 reasons you should embrace your stretch marks

Stretch marks tell a beautiful story about your body that is extremely unique to you! ⁣stretch marks show that our bodies are cable of surviving incredible change.

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FaceTime Photoshoot With Karlo Gomez Featuring Ericka Jane Link

All shot on the iPhone

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From hating her body to loving every inch of it!

Growing up I would always hate the way I was shaped. My hips were wide and thighs were jiggly. The other girls in my grade were mostly thin and everyone always obsessed over being thin.

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You’re not the one with flaws, society is.

That includes the people who many of us think are perfect. They find things they don’t like too. And it’s because we are all trained by society to think this way.

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Social media really is not what it seems!

Growing up in the late 90's I feel lucky to have experienced some of my childhood growing up without social media at all. It was introduced into my life as a teen rather than me completely growing-up on it,

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How to start Loving yourself authentically

you’re saying things that just aren’t true and you just aren’t following through with what you said you would do. And then when you say to someone, something about yourself or something you say you’re going to do and they just look at you like “yea right,

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Friday dance series #2

Friday Dance Series #2

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5 daily affirmations every women should know

I believe that we have been told by society for as long as we can remember, that our bodies aren’t “good enough”. We have been pushed down as women to believe that we need validation

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Find out why you ended up being the person you are today

A lot of us recognize these traits in ourselves and even recognize the way we are that is completely opposite than the way our families are.

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Top 10 Inspirational Must Watch Movies For Every Woman

Movies to watch

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8 TIPS TO LOVING YOUR STRETCH MARKS

Stretch marks have favorable mentions in songs. They get glitter sprinkled on them in the name of art and empowerment. They even have movements created in celebration for their very existence. It’s safe to say that the representation of real bodies is shaking up the world in the best way possible. Yet, the desire to hide them still lingers on for many. 

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Your partner does NOT see your insecurities!

They don’t have the same negative thoughts you have towards parts of your body. They genuinely love every single little inch of you and really wish you would too!

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The man behind SundayMorningView Magazine

On today’s episode I am joined by Editor in Chief, Photographer and Founder of LA based Self Love magazine, @sundaymorningview @karlogome

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Friday Dance Series

Friday Dance Series

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Self love, what does it mean?

Self love means different things to different people. self love may be looking at yourself with bed hair and saying “good morning sexy”, it may be dancing in the rain, going to the gym, spending time with loved ones, squeezing your belly rolls, reading a book, eating some fruit or jiggling your butt.

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How to rebuild after a breakup

Without this truth, women struggle to solve the puzzling pattern of attracting the wrong men, or people for that matter. Years of failed relationships ranging from the mere situationship to the committed wound mates plague so many well intentioned, beautiful, intelligent women.

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3 unbelievable tips that encourage self love

Going to bed every night and waking up the next day is so normal to us that we do it without much thought. But not everyone is fortunate enough to wake up

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Montelle Intimates Review

I decided to challenge myself and get some lingerie from Montelle Intimates - a Canadian lingerie brand that has been around for 20 years, and that celebrates curves and confidence.

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WEAR the damn SHORTS!

For me this went on for years. I genuinely thought I could only wear certain things when my body looked like this “perfect” image in my head. Even after losing 100lbs I still didn’t feel like I could wear these things.

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5 Self-Care Practices to Start Today

The deterioration of human nature became a lot more amplified this year following the murders of many Black persons and we’ve been at home, soaking in all this hate and negativity and it has been affecting us mentally, emotionally and even physically. This year just hasn’t been okay on

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Friday dance playlist

Friday Dance Series Playlist

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7 tips to loving your body

Because at the end of the day, when we change our relationship with our bodies, we take back our power. We can be more creative, open, and joyful. And even though there is so much stacked against us, we do have the power to choose love over loathing.

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How to help Lebanon after major explosion in Beirut

Here are some ways you can help. We've put together a list of disaster relief initiatives you can donate to.

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HOW I'VE COME TO LOVE MY BODY

Social networks, TV ads or any other kind of ads don't help either. What they show us are perfect bodies without marks of any kind, wrinkles or imperfections.

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Tips for giving hand jobs

That being said, I went through a phase when I was younger where I thought giving handjobs were super cool, so I’ve definitely picked up a few tricks that I’d like to share with you. 

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It’s OK to be BIGGER than your partner!

It’s important to remember, just like women's bodies are different, MENS bodies are different too!

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The truth about having a flat tummy

Is it just me or does a flat stomach seem to be the main way a woman’s value or attractiveness is measured? Is it not good enough that my mind, my thoughts might arouse someone?

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Why our mental health matters

When the world was “normal” I had to work diligently to maintain a healthy state of mind. Apparently, I am not alone. According to the American Psychiatric Association, “Mental health conditions are common, impacting 1 in 5 adults – nearly 47 million

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Friday Dance Playlist

Friday Playlist

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A Photo story with Karlo Gomez

A photoshoot is all about empowering women, for you to see how beautiful you are despite what you may tell yourself on the daily. My job is to help you see your beauty whenever I take photos.

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what every woman should know about their vulva

Most families don’t talk about the vulva at all. We need to embrace the one thing that creates life. Love your pussy.

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Break the rules, love your cellulite

Cellulite is common, in fact it is so common that 90% of women have cellulite. In other words, regardless of shape, size or ethnicity almost every women has it.

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Frédéric Doazan’s Photoshop creation of plastic surgery gone wrong!

It seems Frédéric’s inspiration clearly comes from this priceless linage of plastic surgery. This short animation takes viewers into a comical journey as we watch this nightmarish female body transformation that ends in a beyond recognizable person.

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Why “Cancel Culture” As We Know It Isn’t Real

In the midst of a global pandemic, we have seen just how oblivious and intolerant the world’s elite are when it comes to the struggles of the average person. Despite this, the Harper’s letter makes the statement that “[w]e need to preserve the possibility of good-faith

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Smv doesn't believe in airbrushing it's photos

For over 3 years now we have not airbrushed our SundayGirls. Our Founder and Head Photographer Karlo Gomez takes pride in shooting imagery that showcases women's true beauty, "a photo's rawness is what keeps it real," says Karlo.

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Things you should know about having sex for the first time

’m here to help provide you with information and tips surrounding having sex for the first time. My hope is that you will feel prepared, informed, and confident in your decision to get it on.

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Why Is This Natural Face Mask Life Changing

Since the shelter in place started, I thought this would be the perfect time for me to elevate my beauty routine. I’ve been looking for ways to experiment with new products.

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7-Years-Old: Beautiful, Brown, and HATED!

Coincidentally, that day had been fated to be one for the books a whole day prior. This was because instead of meeting my mom at the front gate of my school per usual, she had decided that I was now big enough to meet her 3 blocks down the street.

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Cellulite! If you got it, Rock it!

Cellulite is genuinely something over 90% of women have, women of all different shapes, sizes and weights!

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Self-Care – it’s more than just bubble baths 

Don’t look at a bubble bath as ‘just a bath’. Look at it as a small moment in time taken out of the day to day that is just for you.

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Loving my body as a radical act: A reflection of belonging

Like Bummi, I feel, nowadays, that the more fulsome - or shapely - a woman is, the better. Unlike Bummi, though, I understand why women are inclined not to celebrate their shapeliness in some societies more than others.

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Is your attachment sabotaging what you’re committed to?

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. Most people are aware that they are living like this.

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Lauren Herrod isn't convinced that she needs to look like Kim Kardashian in order to be happy

OMG - I was so convinced that I needed to look like Kim Kardashian in order to be happy. That’s the message I felt I was receiving from the media and it became incredibly hard for me to appreciate anything about my own body.

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11 ways to love your body

Wear clothes that give confidence and that energy starts to grow. Clothes can also be a tool to shape your mood. So just pick up the clothes that make you feel great!

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Why You’re a Queen, it’s time you own up to it

Many definitions to describe one divine thing: a woman in power. As women, it is often hard to see ourselves as queens because we do not feel we give the name its justice.

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It's 2020, why is sex still taboo?

Sex is sacred. It excites us, connects us, unites us with our primal self. Sex opens people’s minds, lets us experience pleasure, explore our limits, our boundaries, it even helps us find ourselves.

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Friday Dance Series Playlist

Friday Dance Series Playlist

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Georgina's guide to embrace yourself and your body, for YOU!

I realised that this confidence I was chasing would not come from fitting society’s ideals, a weight on the scale or a clothing size. I had to learn to love my body in its entirety, in all of its forms, for ME.

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Female Masturbation: 6 Tips For Getting It On With Yourself

Here is the beauty of masturbation, there is no right or wrong way to do it. And please understand that pleasure and sex is not a “One size, fits all”. It looks and feels different for everyone. 

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Daily Habits To Help Keep The Insanity Away

If you’re of the latter type, this is especially for you. I’ve got three tips that are sure to make your day better and relieve a lot of stress, and soon enough, you’ll be sounding enthusiastic to start your day.

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OUR SUNDAY PLAYLIST TO HELP TEACH YOU SELF LOVE

o, here is one more way to ensure that we keep on loving our beautiful black femininity. Music. We always have our earphones on, listening to podcasts or songs. Why don’t we use this medium to fill our ears with uplifting and empowering music.

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10 Underrated Black Owned Vegan Beauty Brands to check out

For the past few years, we have seen a huge shift in the beauty industry. Many consumers are more conscious about what ingredients are in their products and are making the decision to find more natural and ethically sourced alternatives to add to their beauty routine.

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My Tiger Stripes

Tiger stripes or also known as stretch marks are more common than you think. At least I remember more commonly than I thought they were in my teenage years when I first got them. 

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Women have needs!

I’m not talking about the serial ‘stalkers’ or the incessant, hounding, demanding type of neediness - which is purely driven by deep insecurities, by the way...but I’ll save that topic for another time.

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Sharing my cellulite story

My fitness and health journey helped alot to reduce my cellulite, but throughout the years I realised that it's a part of me, it does not go away, it's just nature, we get them while we're in puberty, when you grow a bit too fast, when you gain too fast.

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Facetime PhotoShoot: Alyssa Ross

During quarantine I decided to do a photoshoot with a girl 2,000 miles away.

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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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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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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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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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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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