Tag: women

Woman 5.0

I remember every detail about the day I got my first period. I can even smell the slight mold of our suburban, ranch basement bathroom. But what I most remember is my mother. “Congratulations. You are now a woman.” My mother has never been… Continue Reading “Woman 5.0”

Photo Feature: Li Volk

Li Volk (born 1969) is a representational portrait artist from Wuhan, China with a strong background in marketing and global relationships. Her art journey started at the prestigious academy of master artist Charles Miano in 2016. As a full time apprentice she received rigorous… Continue Reading “Photo Feature: Li Volk”

Podcast Review: Black Girls’ Guide to Surviving Menopause: Decolonizing the Crone

My sister texted me the Black Girls’ Guide to Surviving Menopause (BGGSM) podcast January 2021. I was complaining about my symptoms and a lack of resources. I’ve listened to Seasons 1 and 2, and here’s my take: What I LOVE: Omisade Burney-Scott is a… Continue Reading “Podcast Review: Black Girls’ Guide to Surviving Menopause: Decolonizing the Crone”

Oh, The Ho(rror)mones!

Crying? Check. Anger? Check. Frustration? Check. Daily daydreams of blowing up idiot drivers? Check. When I was a teenager, I did not have really bad PMS. Not mood wise. I mean I was a little more touchy. But none of the raging that other… Continue Reading “Oh, The Ho(rror)mones!”

Photo Feature: Tarra Conner jones

Tarra Conner jones (born 1970) is best known for her stage work in professional theatres. Some of her most notable works include: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Ma Rainey), The Color Purple (Sofia), Buddy Holly (Apollo Performer), Dreamgirls (Effie), Shrek the Musical (Dragon, Mama Ogre/Bear), … Continue Reading “Photo Feature: Tarra Conner jones”

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