As a counseling psychologist, a healer, and a Black woman with a love ethic to my activism, this project is one of my contributions to the Movement for Black Lives. I was trained to use guided meditation and loving kindness to reduce stress at Emory University in their counseling center’s Stress Clinic, and recently I […]
The movie was well done. It privileged the lives of young, Black male protagonists from poor neighborhoods who built an entertainment legacy that continues to shape our media. In a delicate, yet powerful way, Straight Outta Compton wove a sexual health theme that tied misogynoir, hip hop and HIV together for Black people. We watch […]
You saw the picture. What did you do with the imagery? Where did you catalogue it in your spectrum of attractiveness? How does your race, gender, and sexual orientation impact said cataloguing?
Not with someone else, but with your partner, for those who have wandering eyes and minds. According to research conducted by one of my colleagues at UK, Brandi Frisby, flirting enhanced attraction for one’s partner, which in turn improves marital satisfaction. Imagine that it could be as simple as telling your woman her butt looks […]