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Yoni Steaming: A Quick-and-Dirty Guide on What It Is, How It Works, and Why You Should Try It

Yoni Steaming: A Quick-and-Dirty Guide on What It Is, How It Works, and Why You Should Try It

This self-care practice not only helps to heal vaginal and uterine issues, but helps the reproductive system work the way it should and provides an intimate time for people to reconnect with their bodies.

13 Books Every #BlackMagicWoman Needs for the New Year

13 Books Every #BlackMagicWoman Needs for the New Year

To make sure that you're starting off on the right path from trusted sources, here is a curated list of 13 books that should give you a solid foundation.

Conscious Sex, Part One: Ain't No Condom for Bad Vibes

Conscious Sex, Part One: Ain't No Condom for Bad Vibes

No, I’m not talking about pregnancy and disease. Juices and cooties aren't the only things swapped when you're getting it in. I’m talking about energy. People love to say that they want “positive vibes only” but don’t realize where they’re picking up the exact opposite of that.

She Tried It! My Adventures in the World of...Sunbathing

She Tried It! My Adventures in the World of...Sunbathing

One of my favorite books is You Look Like Something Blooming by India Ame'ye.

In this book chock full of divine feminine self-care practices, she talks about how she would go out in nature, undress, and let the sun shine on every single part of her.

Naturally, I wanted to try it.

She Tried It! My Adventures in the World of...Menstrual Cups

She Tried It! My Adventures in the World of...Menstrual Cups

This one might get a little graphic. Oh well. We're friends, right?

It's no secret that women have been looking for alternatives to the pads and tampons we've always known due to the toxic ingredients that these products include.

Stores are picking up on this as well. There is a whole new crop of products in the aisle that used to only house the Always, Kotex, Tampax, etc. These new products claim to provide more sustainable, natural ways to help a woman through her monthly cycle. There are cloth pads, natural cotton tampons, and cute panties that double as pads. I was intrigued by the cups.