• Dr. LaWanda Hill

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This is a radical act of liberation.


Black, Indigenous, and Women of Color (BIPOC) spend so much time being “strong” and surviving that it leaves little to no room for pleasure. When we do pursue pleasure, what we've learned is heterosexual, male, and penetrative centered. That has to change!


Dr. Nikki and I are excited to partner with World Sexual Health Day North America held virtually at Stanford University to highlight some of the messages that BIPOC who identify as women have received regarding their sexuality and pleasure, critically examine the function of those messages, and give themselves permission to re-imagine a world in which they actively and radically consistently pursue pleasure.


TUNE IN to disrupt the narratives that keeps you from having a healthy relationship with pleasure that is mutual reciprocal.



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