Two life strikes exist for black women in the world without adding other titles as it relates to sexuality, education, or values. Realistically, most women of color are seen but the world rarely stops to hear us. We aren’t heard until we are figuratively screaming and by that time the damage is done. Can you … More Who Saves the Black Woman?
On January 25, I left my job, not knowing it would be my last day. After 18 months of various situations, my last day wasn’t even by my own doing. I left that day under the impression that my paid leave was temporary. That leave turned into two months, then a termination. As an educator, … More Losing My Job=Freedom
I have a fear of coming out because of the fear that I will lose family and friends. Some people think this is cowardice. Some people think I am hiding or pretending. “If you were really bi, then you wouldn’t care about losing them”. But losing a family is hard. Losing friends is hard. Losing … More The Fear of Coming Out
In January 2021, the soulful goddess Jazmine Sullivan dropped an EP that sent the sexologist in me on a spiral! I loved her collection, Heaux Tales, from the title to the finish. The interludes, the passion, yes. Although she did her thing, this article isn’t an ode to the greatness that is Jazmine Sullivan. Instead, … More InterSEXtional Thinking: Accessing Your Sexual Agency
Throughout the 1990s and 2000s, I watched my mama lug cases of pampers to her pregnant friends’ baby showers, and as the mid-2010s rolled around, teenage pregnancy in the Black community led me to attend a few baby showers of my own. I found pleasure in our remixed versions of the word scramble games, clothespin … More Genital Reveal > Gender Reveal
We pulled up at Drago’s and part of me was still excited from what had just happened. As I went to open the door, Quan grabbed my hand… “I know I promised dinner, but could we get this to go,” he said. “Yeah, if that’s what you’re comfortable with,” I said happily. “Cool, I’ll get … More Doing It Well Finale
I guess my brain decided on now because my lips were on his skin in an instant. As he turned around, I saw his eyes glare into my soul. He slowly wrapped my leg around him and we joined in an embrace. His soft kiss on my lips was what I really needed. I could … More Doing It Well Part 2
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I’m an educated bisexual African American millennial. However of all the titles I just used, you only question one—my sexuality. Some part of you needs validation for why I require both sexes for sexual satisfaction. Your mind wonders if I’m just sexually promiscuous, or if someone took advantage of me at an early age. You … More My Sexuality isn’t a Phase
As I sat in my living room thinking about the last time I had the urge to have sex, I couldn’t help but wonder if society was responsible for my “broken pussy.” I know this may seem a little far-fetched, but this is a real question I had to ask myself! The “broken pussy” concept … More Intersextional Thinking: Did Society Break my Pussy?