Straight Out of Rape Culture

By Kristina Meyers | Jun 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

In April 2016 the Women’s Leadership Project and Young Male Scholars’ in collaboration with Get Smart B4 U Get Sexy facilitated a workshop entitled “Straight Out of Rape Culture”. Women of color have the highest rates of sexual assault, sexual harassment and sex trafficking in the U.S. Our workshop focused on answering questions like: Do […]

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What is one issue affecting the health of your community?

By Kristina Meyers | Jun 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

While recruiting for the Youth, Justice and Advocacy team, Get Smart B4 U Get Sexy has intermittently given presentations about the team at a group dedicated to girls of color called Girl Talk and several classes (home-rooms and college preparatory classes) at Crenshaw High School. We’ve reached over 60 youth at Crenshaw High School through […]

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10 Ways You Can Support Black Womyn & Girls

By Nourbese | Jan 4, 2016 | 0 Comments
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Valuing Ourselves

By Nourbese | Dec 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Valuing ourselves is a key ingredient in any relationship. When we value ourselves, we believe we deserve respect, kindness and honesty. We must know this when entering a relationship. If we don’t know this when we enter a relationship, it is easy to believe we just got “lucky,” or that we hit the jackpot by […]

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How To Claim Your Sexuality

By Kristina Meyers | Jul 15, 2015 | 0 Comments
Black women standing in a row their sexuality

By Monica Groves The media is permeated with images of Black female promiscuity, ass, ass, ass, being objectified by men, and violence. The overriding message is to devalue black womanhood…and more ass. There are times when Black women in America are lost. There are times when Black women in America don’t know who they are, […]

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When to Get Tested For an STD …

By Kristina Meyers | Jul 8, 2015 | 0 Comments
Sexually Transmitted Disease Tests

So…something happened Either you or your partner is experiencing some odd body changes (bumps, colored discharge, bleeding during sex…) or you had unprotected sex with someone you just weren’t too sure about their status and you are starting to feel a little paranoid. First thing to do is breathe, relax and know that getting tested […]

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Decolonizing the Black Woman’s Sense of Self

By Kristina Meyers | Jul 8, 2015 | 0 Comments
African American woman staring into the distance

By Mo Groves Decolonize (de·col·o·nize) – To Free from Colonial Status. To allow to become self-governing or independent. As Black women we live in a world where white reigns. There are countless instances where we perpetuate and value European colonial ideals because unbeknownst to us; we have been beaten with messages of self-hate. In growing […]

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What is Sex?

By Kristina Meyers | Apr 24, 2015 | 0 Comments
#sexspeaks What is Love? Article

For some sex can be a simple equation “intimacy + pleasure = sex” … but then to many sex is something that can vary greatly and can hold its own range of binaries: “good/bad,” “healthy/traumatic,” “affirmed/stigmatized,” “with self/with others.” We have an expectation that sex is intimate, stimulates pleasure, it’s the bridging of the emotional, […]

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By Kristina Meyers | Apr 14, 2015 | 0 Comments
Get Smart B4 U Get Sexy Sex Speaks April 4th Event

On April 4th at #sexspeaks, we – female identifying Women of Color – came together in an intimate space for storytelling, reflection, dialogue and healing. We found time to reflect, share and explore ways we – as Women of Color – practice self love. As Women of Color we often times are expected to be […]

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Songs to Help Set that Special Mood

By Kristina Meyers | Feb 13, 2015 | 0 Comments
Janet Jackson "That's the way Love Goes" Video Thumbnail

Not exclusive to Valentine’s Day/Evening Love makin’, sexy time … or just “get your freak on time” sometimes requires pre-planning and conversations with your partner(s) about what they like, don’t like, sexually transmitted infection history to allergies (latex can be a common allergy for some people). So, besides planning the logistics (time, place, condoms, birth control, […]

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