Female body hair has been discussed in many ways, making it a political and yet freeing statement for female bodied individuals everywhere. … Read More The Political Statement of Body hair
The Post-Structuralist VULVA Coloring Book- A Review Illustrated by Meggyn Pomerleau (more work here) and Edited by Elly Blue *Reposted to offer another self-care option during Covid-19. Stay well!* When @microcosmpub reached out to me to review a coloring book, I was a little taken back. “I don’t color,” I thought. “What on Earth will I do… Read More The Post-Structuralist VULVA Coloring Book Review
Holy Side Boob! The fierce Ms. Tyra Banks would be proud of me. A few months ago, I was photographed from every angle by the lovely, Katie Merritt for a boudoir photo shoot. Now, don’t get too excited, these were neither X rated nor anything found in the pages of Playboy, but elegant shots that… Read More Holy Side Boob! How I learned to Love my Body
Womanhood and the Shame of Body Hair Shaving or not; growing or not; lasering or not; waxing or not, is all a political statement. To have hair or to not says something: good, bad, or otherwise. What you do with or without your body hair are not Earth shattering statements of mind, body, or soul,… Read More Womanhood and The Shame of Body Hair
In Episode 7 of Spilling Tea w/ Samantha & Dr. B we talk about Samantha’s brand new niece, and body hair – because that is a good combo for an episode, right? Enjoy! If you have questions you want to submit for the next episode send your questions to: [email protected] Follows are like high fives,… Read More Spilling Tea with Samantha and Dr. B: Ep 7 Babies… And Body Hair?
Vulvas Are Not Ugly “All vaginas are ugly.” “What?” “All vaginas are ugly.” “Vaginas are just tunnels- love tunnels!” “No they are ugly.” “Are you talking about the outside?” *Shakes Head* “So you mean the vulva?” “Yeah, sure. They are still ugly.” “You realize you have one right?” *Silence*