What would life be like if you stopped resisting, and began allowing?
Aretha Franklin’s life is grand case study in how to command respect, take charge of your destiny, and live with swagger and soul!
An honest look at woman’s quest for love, in the age of rising feminine power. Do we trade love for power– or can we get both? Would you rather have love or power? In Greek myth, the goddesses of Mount Olympus were rarely loved. They were lusted. They were tricked. They were possessed… often even […]
Oshun is the Yoruban goddess of the rivers and fresh waters, sensuality, fertility, beauty, art, wealth and love. Brought to the America’s via the Transatlantic slave trade, today, she is revered in Santeria, Candomble, and Afro-Haitian religious tradition as well. She is such a strong force in the collective unconscious that she turns up, sometimes […]
It’s fitting that a woman would single-handedly give birth to a new era of ‘wokeness’ because for women, being ‘woke’ is our birthright. It is a form of power. When we say “stay woke”, we issue a command to be alert, and aware of the systemic injustices taking place around you– even if they don’t […]
The meteoric rise of current belle du jour, Cardi B., is being cast as a modern day fairytale. But is her astonishing come-up from dancer/Instagram fame to the A-list the work of a fairy godmother, or a woman on a mission? That’s the thing about women, people are always underestimating us, and that almost always […]
When I declared that the original purpose of socially imposed monogamy was to ensure that “Average Joes get to get married too”, the video clip from The Grapevine Show went viral, sparking impassioned debate about the ways we date and mate. In this follow-up video, I offer insight into my comment. Many viewers assumed […]
Why is any single woman in 2017 still dating one man? It is a riddle for the ages. At a time when women have unprecedented autonomy and access to the opposite sex, we still commit to men who are not committed to us– effectively placing ourselves on the losing end of the negotiation that we […]