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    Myths Surrounding Yoni Eggs & the Terrible Price of Failing Women’s Sexual Health

    Yoni is the Sanskrit word for “source,” “womb” or “vagina”. Yoni eggs can be referred to as “jade eggs”, “love eggs” or simply “vaginal eggs”. These eggs are usually made from crystals or semi-precious stones that are then carved into an egg shape.  One brand claims “it is estimated that women have been practicing with stone eggs for over 5,000 years. Empresses and concubines of the Royal Palace of China used eggs carved out of jade to access sexual power.”  However, in one 2019, study a team of researchers studied more than 5,000 jade artifacts from Chinese archeology collections to try and find any merits behind these claims. Ultimately it…

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    The Natural Hair Journey

    From age 13 I started wearing my hair straight. But before that my mother always kept my hair in braids, after my wash-day the Sunday before a school week she would section, lather my hair in Luster’s Pink Moisturizing Hair Lotion, detangle and braid. I don’t remember the exact moment I decided to wear my hair straight, but I remember waking up every day at 6am to straighten out my ‘fuzzies’, if it had rained, was particularly humid or I had ran around the school playground all lunch my hair would end up ‘fuzzed out’. That’s what me and my sister would call our hair when it was returning back…

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    Affirmations to Release Fear & Anxiety

    My journey of overcoming my fear never felt fully compelling until I stumbled upon my first discovery. Fear is our mind’s way of protecting us. Our minds are hardwired with great discernment to process what is threatening to us and coordinate a response. However many of us suffer from this biological process in excess, as though if we for one moment let our guard down our protection is no longer there and we are exposed. This is what makes our lives become debilitating and often we find we can’t, or maybe, won’t uncouple from our fears. I find myself examining mortality anytime I feel slightly sick everytime I go outside…