THIRTY ft. Lola Venado

Lola Venado

Lola's Bio

Born with river blood, magic bones, and a moonlit heart, Lola Venado is a botanical bruja, word forager, gatherer of Moon circles and dinner parties. She believes comida es medicina and there’s nothing good food and drink can’t help heal. An ally to the salty and the sacred, she honors ancestral ritual, folk medicine, and story magik in her own way. When she's not traveling in her van to pray at the altars of forest, river, and ocean, Lola is cultivating everyday magic in the river city of Sacramento.

 

Topics we cover include

↠ Remembering that not everyone in our people, liberation from needing to be "all the things,” and appreciating the mightiness within the small
↠ Illness and crisis as a catalyst for rebirth and transformation
↠ The lifelong evolution of self, accepting our multidimensionality, and owning who we are while also putting old versions of ourselves to rest
↠ Finding tenderness and creating space for the evolution of others around us
↠ The difference between putting on a front and embodying different aspects of self
↠ Grieving and honoring the death of our past selves and recognizing how a burial ritual can affect decomposition, transformation, and integration
↠ Unpacking the bypass potential of always jumping into "releasing what no longer serves us" 
↠ Learning to take on what's nurturing and not take on what's harming
↠ Shadow work as dialoguing with darker aspects of self
↠ Cultural orphancy, white supremacy, cultural appropriation, and colonization
↠ The deleterious effects of living in a grief illiterate culture
↠ Reclaiming the grief practices and death rituals of our ancestors
↠ Approaching ancestral work from a multicultural, multiracial perspective
↠ The desire to be a good ancestor as a motivating factor for the expression of and commitment to a whole-self reclamation
↠ Denial of one's own culture as an act of self preservation in the face of racism

 

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Resources, Footnotes, and Folks Mentioned in the episode

↠ Alexis P. Morgan

 

Connect with Lola

Website: lolavenado.com
Instagram: @lolavenado
Podcast: The Branch and Bone Medicine Show

 

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TWENTY NINE ft. Ariana Felix

Ariana Felix

Ariana's Bio

Ariana is a Boricua born in Brooklyn, NY and raised in Lancaster, PA. As an astrologer at Saltwater Stars, she helps humans navigate the relationship between self-awareness and the astral world. Ariana co-facilitates healing justice spaces such as Red Tent (a  sacred space for local women) and Let’s Talk (a local support space for people of color). You can also find her writing unapologetically about healing justice, decolonization & community at Latinx Lancaster. Her work is deeply invested into integrating intuitive strategies for decolonization and the accessibility of radical politic. 

 

Topics we cover include

↠ The power of ritual and an alternative perspective to the traditional heteronormative take on marriage
↠ Centering relationships as a practice of decolonization
↠ Unsustainable hyper individualized grieving versus communal grief as an agent for healing
↠ Intimacy, accountability, and collaborative alignment
↠ The harm that can come from premature reconciliation
↠ Creating organic brave spaces for healing justice work
↠ The relief in recognizing that we’re not all required to be a channel for building bridges
↠ Honesty as a source of sustainability in relationships
↠ Establishing shared values, connecting on shared vision, and building the container for healthy group work
↠ How we use self-examination, critical analysis, and astrology as tools for healing and justice
↠ How capitalism can show up in a romantic relationship
↠ Prioritizing authenticity and remembering the inseparability of it all
↠ Responsibility, restorative justice, and ancestor work
↠ Acknowledging that there will always be the unspeakable and the unknowable 

 

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Resources, Footnotes, and Folks Mentioned in the episode

Slow Holler Deck — "The Lovers"
Emergent Strategy by adrienne maree brown 

 

Connect with Ariana

Website: saltwaterstars.com
Instagram: @saltwater.stars

 

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TWENTY EIGHT ft. Marybeth Bonfiglio

Marybeth Bonfiglio

Marybeth's Bio

I am a mother to three daughters.  I live as creatively, honestly, imperfectly as I can so that my daughters have permission to show up in this world as they are. We live exploring and trying to deepen relations and connections. And connecting all relationships. 

My people came through Ellis Island in the early 1900s from Sicily and mainland Italy.  I am deeply devoted to knowing my roots and learning the ways of the land. I believe this is some of the most crucial work I can do right now. As I learn to belong, I can let go of the programming of colonizer mentality. Before then, we found our ways. 

I was raised by a housewife/devout old country catholic + mother of 7 kids, a clean freak, and daily meditator.  And a father was a grade school drop out, a professional bookie, undiagnosed mentally ill, and life long hustler who never fully bought into the capitalist system. My mother taught me how to nurture. My father taught me how to rebel.

I am a writer.  Writing feels like making love to me, to the world, to you.  It is how I connect. Relate. It is how I heal. I began writing as a child for joy and for a way to escape and survive. Writing is a service, a responsibility. And I take it seriously.  

I support those who believe in uprising through their voice. I support those on the writing path. I support those ready to up-level their words to full bodies of work. 

I am a also midwife. I was both trained and was passed on this skill by teachers and my great grandmother, Sophia, who sat at the foot of birth with immigrant women that stayed in a boarding house in rural Pennsylvania. I do not attend births anymore. Instead I hold space for us all, in life, in creativity, in healing.  My main method in this is trust. I trust those who come to me. 

I hold space in the liminality. The places where we are wandering and looking for deeper reasons. An old world is dying, and we are birthing a new one. Our old selves are dying and we are aching to create new ones. 

I hold space as you write or grieve {or both} your way home.

When I do writing work or intuitive work, it's always from a place of lived experience and ancestral wisdom from my linage {southern Italian folk spirituality}. Mostly my tarot cards and my training in traditional midwifery are tools I respectfully utilize to deepen connection, form profound relationships, and develop real intimacies within my community. I am deeply interested in the space where culture and spirituality intersect. 

I am believe we are here now to resist. All the programming. All the dogma. But also to trust. Right where we are. And let go. It is a back and forth. A fight and a release. A contraction and an expansion. We cannot do one without the other. The way we know what to do, is to learn to become good artists, good ancestors, good humans. To become the wisdom we never received.

To use your voice. To write. To create. To rest. To be part of each other. To be in community. This is power. This is change. 

My vision is to create new ways forged with love + compassion, we can feel our grief to new depths, and we can shed our skin and birth a new world into being. Together. 

As a writer, writing coach, intuitive, midwife, and folk/root worker - I am eternally grateful for all the teachers I have had in my life, especially my mother, my grandmother, and all the women behind me.

*i am deeply grateful to the land that allows me to live- currently I live on Multnomah territory that was a tribe of the Chinookam people. I am well aware that I do not own the land I live on and every day I give thanks for the grace of the moss, ferns, trees, dirt, and water that sustains me. 

 

Topics we cover include

↠ Creating art as a sacred practice versus it being a job or what you do for money
↠ The modern experience of being an artist, acknowledging the influence of capitalism on the creative process, and maintaining integrity as creative entrepreneurs
↠ Is it actually possible to create a “soul aligned” business?
↠ Biomimicry, faith, and the beyond human realm
↠ Living into the idea of not knowing, of giving up
↠ Nature as an intelligent self-regulating being
↠ Being shit humans versus being trash humans, growing together via the fertility of organic decomposition versus canceling and throwing people away
↠ Living the movement and dealing with interpersonal collective trauma loops
↠ Unlearning and inviting a recognition of greater nuance in social spaces
↠ Trauma and resiliency interacting with intuition
↠ Epigenetics, generational trauma, and telling ancestral stories
↠ Our relationship with the body and building a capacity to be with the truth of our direct felt experience
↠ The human body as a fractal of the Earth body
↠ Decomposition as "wise material we share with Earth”
↠ Physical Embodiment, Animism, and Earth Wisdom as inseparable
↠ Working within an embodied and animistic relationship with our bodies and the Earth
↠ Tending to the land in all the ways—the ground that’s holding you up and together, the soil that's feeding you, the humus that’s made of our ancestors

 

 

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Resources, Footnotes, and Folks Mentioned in the episode

↠  The RAW Experience with Alexandra Schueler — Episode 13 & 14 "On Being a Trash Human and Learning to do better"
Emergent Strategy by adrienne maree brown 
Terry Marshall 
Stephen Jenkinson

 

Connect with MaryBeth

Website: www.marybethbonfiglio.com
Instagram: @marybethbonfiglio

 

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TWENTY SEVEN ft. Layla Saad

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About Layla...

Layla Saad is a writer and speaker, whose work focuses on centering the stories, art and magic of people of color. As the founder of Wild Mystic Woman, Layla's work explores the intersecting themes of spirituality, social justice, creativity, feminism, business and leadership.

As an East African, Arab, British, Muslim, feminist, soul seeker, living in the Middle East (Qatar), and sharing her work with the global community, Layla stands at a diverse intersection of identities, from which she is able to draw rich and intriguing perspectives. Layla’s own personal journey as a black Muslim woman, her work with her clients and her writings often confront the oppressive cultures of patriarchy and white supremacy.

 

In this episode...

↠ The spiritual journey of our work going viral
↠ Allowing our business to transform alongside us
↠ The importance of checking in with ourselves and our truth as we’re offered attractive opportunities
↠ Creating boundaries and hiring gatekeepers as an act of self care and sustainability
↠ Art as spiritual nourishment and poetry as between-the-lines liberation
↠ How success is measured being a model minority and the gold standard of whiteness
↠ “Black Panther” and the power of the mainstream changing and challenging cultural norms and narratives of blackness
↠ Anger as the destructive force needed to disrupt the old story and love as the creative imaginal force of forming a new mythos
↠ The discomfort, grief, fear, and disillusionment in awakening to and disentangling from whiteness and business-as-usual
↠ Ancestral healing and accessing the unspoken narrative
↠ The paradox of having a mixed cultural heritage and being both the oppressor and the oppressed
↠ Attending to internalized oppression and racism

 

 

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Resources

Layla’s viral blog post “I need to talk to spiritual white women about white supremacy"
Melinda Alexander @mumumansion
A Woman Speaks” poem by Audre Lorde
won’t you celebrate with me” by Lucille Clifton
Author Toni Morrison
The Movie Black Panther

 

Connect with Layla Saad

Website: wildmysticwoman.com
Patreon: patreon.com/laylasaad
Podcast: Wild Mystic Woman Podcast

 

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TWENTY SIX ft. Andréa Ranae Johnson

Andrea Ranae Johnson

About Andréa...

Andréa Ranae Johnson is a vision-led facilitator and coach who believes that together, we rise. She is deeply committed to doing her part in cultivating a world that works for everyone and does so by placing her work at the intersections of personal growth, social justice and conscious business.

As the creator of Coaching as Activism, she supports people doing transformative work to deepen their impact by taking a critical look at how their work and lives are connected to social change. As the co-founder of Whole / Self Liberation, she offers and uplifts practical tools, resources and wisdom for those who want to make change happen in their lives and communities. As a coach and consultant, she works with entrepreneurs, businesses and organizations that want to be more inclusive and impactful do so through their approach to leadership, their marketing and their company culture. She's a huge fan of #blackgirlmagic, sunsets and veggie burritos.

 

In this episode...

↠ Finding sanctuary and cultivating resilience through the Earth body and the physical body
↠ Freedom and justice as a felt somatic experience
↠ Cultivating self-acceptance for the parts of ourselves that shape shift, domesticate, and diminish our wildness in order to survive
↠ Healing trauma by making space for complexity
↠ Distinguishing between violence and destruction
↠ Creative messiness, living in the questions, and letting go of consistency
↠ The illusion of being "self-made" and finding support from the more-than-human world
↠ Riding the shifting tides of relating and belonging
↠ Shifting the aperture of our self-concept when feeling disconnected

 

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Resources

“Please Prepare Me” by Hymns of Spirit
The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel van der Kolk, M.D.
Why the Self-Help Industry isn't Changing the World, Blog Post by Andréa
Guerrilla Ontology: On Destruction, Violence and Direct Action, Article by Julian Langer
Letters to a Young Poet by Ranier Marie Rilke

 

Connect with Andréa Ranae

Website: andrearanae.com
Instagram:  @andrearanaej
Facebook: facebook.com/andrearanaej

 

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TWENTY FIVE feat. Lydia Violet Harutoonian

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About Lydia...

Lydia Violet Harutoonian began her journey with the fiddle at age 3 when her father took her to their local instrument shop in Pasadena, California and asked her to pick her favorite instrument. From that moment on, Lydia entered into a profound love affair with the timbre and scope of the violin. At age 24 she ventured out from her classical roots and discovered her natural skill for improvisation as well as her unique sound stemming from her Persian heritage and love of music that spans many genres. A musical chameleon, Lydia is able to jump in with a wide range of artists including most recently producers in transformational festival communities. Lydia's debut album, "Already Free,” is a 12-song exploration of music that is inspired by protest traditions, a profound care for community and the Earth, blues, and international folk music. She has collaborated in the last year with Rising Appalachia, Climbing Poetree, and MaMuse, Ayla Nereo.

Lydia is eternally grateful for the people and communities she meets as she weaves together her passions for social justice, environmental justice, and music. In addition to her craft she offers workshops entitled, "Music As Medicine in Our Planet-Time." These workshops stem from her eight-year study with  scholar of deep ecology and Buddhism Joanna Macy, who explores how to foster greater internal resiliency and strength in the face of a world in crisis.  The workshops can be adapted in length, and have ranged from 2-hours presentations to 3-day retreats. Lydia first conducted these retreats in collaboration with internationally recognized permaculture teacher Penny Livingston at the Regenerative Design Institute in Bolinas, California. They have also been offered in collaboration with artists such as Rising Appalachia, Ma Muse, and Ayla Nereo. This work offers inner tools for the cultivation of courage, resiliency and taking heart in our current planetary moment.  

 

In this episode...

↠ Music as medicine
↠ Reconnecting with the music of our ancestors
↠ Cultural genocide and singing over the bones
↠ Resiliency and The Work that Reconnects
↠ The balance of self-doubt, confidence, and critical thinking
↠ Boddhicitta, compassion, and the impulse to attend to the pain of the world
↠ Uncertainty, the power of choice, and the resource of our imaginations
↠ Finding strength through the ecosystem of our communities

 

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Resources

Kitka Women's Vocal Ensemble
Singer Mahsa Vahdat
Envision Festival
Penny Livingston-Stark
Joanna Macy's The Work that Reconnects

 

Connect with Lydia

Website: lydiafiddle.com
Instagram: @lydiavioletmusic
Facebook: facebook.com/lydiafiddle

 

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TWENTY FOUR ft. Abigail Rose Clarke

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About Abigail...

Abigail Rose Clarke is a somatic educator focusing on anti-oppression education and strategic methods to create lasting change, rippling out from individual to systemic levels. By helping people truly inhabit their own skin and blood and guts and bones she offers a way to re-enter into true relationship with the world. 

As the developer of the Embodied Life Method Abigail teaches radical embodiment as a practice and a responsibility. As the world shakes and burns and floods, as white supremacy takes its death gasps, we are tasked with the enormous responsibility of remaining present to the world as it is, which requires we remain present to ourselves as we are. From here, there way forward becomes possible. 

Her work is enormously influenced by her study and practice of Embodyoga®, of which she is a senior teacher, as well as her background as a trained scientist. 

 

In this episode

↠ Failure, shame, and the fallacious quest to being a “good person"
↠ Curiosity and the lost skill of critical thinking
↠ Internalized oppression and the vagus nerve
↠ The festering wound of the kyriarchy
↠ Intolerable behaviors and mythological demons
↠ Anatomy as philosophy
↠ Somatics, pain, and privilege
↠ The limits to our empathy
↠ "Good" intentionality and the Savior complex

 

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Resources

Poet Andrea Gibson
Article: Seeing Wetiko
Article: Shedding Light on Evil
Book: Animal Farm by George Orwell
Podcast: How to Survive the End of the World with Adrienne Marie Brown
Book: The Parable of the Sower by Octavia Butler
Embodyoga
The Work that Reconnects
Lena West
Staci Jordan Shelton
Bessie Pearl Jones
Alexis P. Morgan
Abby's course, The Skeleton Key: Dismantle

 

Connect with Abby

Website: abigailroseclarke.com
Instagram: @___abigail.rose
Facebook: facebook.com/embodyoga

 

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TWENTY THREE ft. Rachael Maddox

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About Rachael...

Rachael Maddox is a trauma resolution educator, coach and guide who’s helped hundreds of women and men resolve their sexual trauma and reclaim their pleasure, power and wholeness.

In her first book, SECRET BAD GIRL, Rachael tells the story of her return to wildness, sensuality, health and embodied safety after a decade living under the trauma spell.

Her next book, SEX AFTER TRAUMA, publishes September 2018, and is written to help people navigate life between the sheets after they’ve been through the worst of it.

On a fierce mission to help as many women as possible who’ve experienced trauma, Rachael offers one-on-one supportgroupsarticles and courses for women who are ready to dance hard with life.

 

In this episode

↠ Drawing healthy boundaries
↠ Trauma, triggers, and embodied emergency responses
↠ Interpersonal reactivity and creating spaciousness in our bodies
↠ Immediacy culture, premature reconciliation, and bypassing
↠ Forgiveness and restorative justice
↠ The order of operations of holistic healing
↠ Animal medicine and self-guided trauma resolution
↠ The nervous system and nature’s way of releasing trauma
↠ Writing an SOS safety resource list
↠ The power of choice and sovereignty in healing

 

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Resources

Rachael's "Sex After Trauma" book Kickstarter

 

Connect with Rachael

Website: rachaelmaddox.com
Instagram: @rachaelmaddox
Facebook: facebook.com/rachaelmaddoxcoaching

 

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TWENTY TWO ft. Luna Love

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About Luna

Luna Love is a Woman of Devotion, a Leadership Mentor and the host of the Ladies Who Lead Podcast. She assists women ready to share their gifts in the world, to achieve clear vision by providing supportive, life-promoting experiences, practical tools and spiritual wisdom by aligning one’s divine essence, authentic expression and life-purpose. She supports embodied transformation through the power of self-awareness and aligned action. Luna is devoted to social justice advocacy through council work and the dissolution of separation amongst people and environments, as well as the restoration of Sacred Union within all relations. In devotion Luna is here to walk a path of beauty.

 

In this episode

↠ Emotional intelligence and allowing ourselves the capacity to feel deeply
↠ Learning to "be with" the self as a chance to create sustainable relationships with others
↠ Embodying our teachings as healers and teachers
↠ Intimacy and deep listening, social justice and holy rage
↠ Joy and ecstasy as medicine
↠ Communicating boundaries in a loving way
↠ Guilt, shame, and transparency in "centering"
↠ Expanding our capacity to hold more of what it means to be human
↠ Resistance, centering, resilience, and co-dependence
↠ Diversity, collective greatness, and connecting through differences
↠ Mothering, emotional development, and codependent relationships
↠ Evolving leadership to empowering the greatness in others, not in oneself
↠ Patriarchy, white privilege, the responsibility of safety, and a vision of shared liberation
↠ The role of emotional mastery in dismantling oppressive systems of power
↠ Vulnerability, connection, and fragility
↠ The messiness of conflict resolution
↠ The goddess movement and its lack of grime

 

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Resources

The Guest House by Rumi
The Goddess As A Spiritual Bypass by Alana Louisa May

 

Connect with Luna

Website: lunaloveleadership.com
Instagram: @lunaloveleadership
Facebook: facebook.com/lunaloveleadership

 

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TWENTY ONE ft. Lindsay Mack

About Lindsay

Lindsay Mack, founder of Wild Soul Healing and Soul Tarot School, is an intuitive healer, holistic counselor and tarot reader based in Brooklyn, NY. She offers and facilitates Soul Tarot Readings, Intuitive and Spiritual Coaching, Mentorship, and Tarot Trainings for those who desire to heal, evolve and live fully on their true soul path. 

She is the creator of Soul Tarot, a way of interpreting, understanding and intentionally utilizing the Tarot as wild medicine for our soul's evolution. Soul Tarot is a fusion of channeled wisdom from her guides, her 22 years of experience reading and studying Tarot, and her own healing journey through deep trauma and suffering. She is currently writing a book on Tarot for the Wild Soul, which will be released in 2018.

 

In this episode

↠ What it means to embody our witchy-ness, including the cellular memories of feeling misunderstood and rejected
↠ Bringing our human complexities into friendships with people we hold space for
↠ The protection of our inner lives
↠ Cultivating a fierce commitment to one's own inner compass as an act of instinctual mothering
↠ How the act of mothering brings our relationship with our child self to the forefront
↠ The consequences of modern culture and the loss of the village on mothering
↠ Using both divination and motherhood as a practice in justice
↠ The responsibility of shadow work in holding space for others

 

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Resources

“Her Kind” by Anne Sexton
"Witch" by Lisa Lister

 

Connect with Lindsay

Website: www.lindsaymack.com
Instagram: @wildsoulhealing and @tarotforthewildsoul 

 

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TWENTY ft. Ashly Rose Wolf

About Ashly

Ashly Rose Wolf, International Women’s Yoga Teacher & Sensuality Coach and the founder of Femme Rising®, helps women revolutionize their relationship with their bodies so they can unlock their full feminine potential.

Her own sensual and feminine awakening led to the discovery an epidemic; women living numbed out and shameful lives - and a new mission to create a platform where modern women could access the ancient wisdom that upholds and honors the sensual and cyclical nature of the female form.

Dedicated to breaking the taboos that surround women and their bodies, Femme Rising® empowers to women reclaim their power sensual and sovereign power by reawakening the sacred and powerful feminine wisdom (Shakti) that lives within the walls of their skin.

With a deep belief that the body is portal to the Divine; Femme Rising uses cycle syncing, sensual yoga, holistic nutrition and an ancient yogic science called Tantra to help women cultivate confidently feminine and sensual lives in alignment with their body, psyche, cycle and Shakti.

Ashly believes that every woman deserves to live empowered and activated feminine lives, and that when one woman rises, we all rise.

 

In this episode

↠ The vaginal/brain connection, orgasm, and the nervous system
↠ Vagina and pleasure as a portal to soul
↠ Bodily trauma and recalibration of our energetic patterns
↠ Experiencing shameless pleasure
↠ Stress and the instinctual nature of Wild Woman
↠ Unraveling the shame of mental "illness" 
↠ The role of pharmaceuticals and de-stigmatizing the use of medication as a tool for wellness
↠ Developing a holistic arsenal of tools to help us attend to our well-being
↠ The invaluable role of humility and integrity in the nature of a teacher-student relationship

 

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Resources

Vagina by Naomi Wolf

 

Connect with Ashly

Website: www.femmerising.com
Instagram: @femme.rising
Facebook: facebook.com/femmerising

 

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