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Dear Pocahotties, STOP!

Imagine having to remind people every October that your culture is not a costume and that your traditions are sacred and not to be taken lightly. Sadly, this is the reality for myself and many other minority populations.  Many people think it’s harmless to dress up as another person’s culture but fail to realize the… Continue reading Dear Pocahotties, STOP!

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Educating Future Native Leaders

This year the North Carolina Native American Youth Organization (NCNAYO) celebrated their 39th annual conference.  This conference is held every year on a different college campus within North Carolina for Native high school students from across the state.  About 10 years ago I had the privilege to attend NCNAYO for the first time and last… Continue reading Educating Future Native Leaders

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The Big O…No: The Orgasm Gap

Recently we were featured on the Push to Start podcast. During our segment, we discussed the orgasm gap between men and women, and the stats were well...kinda shocking and heartbreaking. What is the 'orgasm gap'? The orgasm gap refers to the fact that men have more orgasms than women during sexual encounters. For instance, 36%… Continue reading The Big O…No: The Orgasm Gap

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Representation Matters: Black Women Trailblazers

February is Black History Month. Last year we honored several Black pioneers in the field of sexuality education.  However, this year we are focusing on honoring seven women who are providing representation while advocating for reproductive justice. From Afrosexology providing representation of sex-positive Black sexuality to Sheryl Lee Ralph representing and advocating for HIV awareness… Continue reading Representation Matters: Black Women Trailblazers