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ow is a beautiful time to dive into the origin of body shame in our culture so that with this awareness we can educate and empower ourselves and the women and young women who look up to us. So that yes, we can enjoy our bodies as sensual beings in our intimate relationships, but also so we can feel whole, beautiful and valued – just as we are – no matter where we are.
With me to discuss the issues of body image in the media and also to speak on some erotica – erotic literature is Feminista Jones, author, social worker, and activist. Feminista is the author of the hot, erotic novel called Push the Button.
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Feminista Jones has been an award-winning blogger/vlogger, author, podcaster, lecturer, and public speaker for the better part of the last decade. She has written for TIME, Washington Post, NY Times, Mashable, SheKnows, Salon, and had her own Love & Sex column on EBONY.com. She was the Love & Sex editor at BlogHer.com. Feminista has organized national and international activism campaigns against police brutality and street harassment. She was also the general director of the first all-digital online conference developed by and featuring ONLY women of color, from 5 continents, the Women’s Freedom Conference. In 2014, Feminista was honored as part of The Root 100 and in 2015 she was named one of SheKnows/BlogHer Voices of the Year.