Why do you say "Black femmes" or "Black feminine"?
Though this site is called Black Girl Bliss, we understand that not all feminine-identified or feminine-presenting people (whom we collectively call "femmes") identify as girls or women. We have chosen to use this language in our efforts to be inclusive of non-binary individuals and all people who can identify or relate to Black girlhood, Black womanhood, and/or the Black feminine experience.
Is this site inclusive to all gender presentations?
We hope so, but please *gently* let us know how we can improve. We are working on consistency in our language that refers to our Black feminine readership and while we do not plan to change the name of the site, we hope that all feel welcome and included.
What if I don't identify as a "witch"?
That's fine. You won't find any magic spells here. "Witchy" is a term we use to describe folks who interested in the topics here. The spiritual-but-not-religious, crystal-carrying, tarot-reading, astrology-loving, etc. If you get it, you get it.
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