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Often, being excited and motivated can keep us up at night dreaming, but not sleeping. The same goes for worry and anxiety, leading to the replaying of perceived missteps or overly crafting plans for life changes.

Poor sleep affects so many areas of our life; it’s how we restore, heal, and our brains make the necessary adjustments that can only occur during slumber. Consequently, sleep is one of the most important cornerstones to our health.

If your nights are spent tossing and turning, therapy can help uncover, process, and effectively manage that which affects your well-being.
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Doodle by the amazingly talented @charmaineolivia


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This Saturday I hope you come out to Fearless Fest....an amazing day of women coming together. There will be fitness classes, a self defense workshop, a woodworking workshop, a women’s marketplace, amazing gift bag and freebies and oh yeah I’m on this panel with some pretty amazing women. Come through...it’s only $30, which is way less than brunch and you’ll get much more out of your day. #feminism #feminist #womenempowerment #fearlessfest #womensupportingwomen #womenentrepreneurs https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fearlessfest-nyc-tickets-44495166240


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Nothing like a beautiful collection of poems to put your mind at ease. Every word so intricate and heartfelt. Not to mention being proud to be a woman. Loved every minute of it. #rupikaur #rupikaurpoetry #milkandhoney #awesomereads #feminism


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Philly girl to Philly girl - I’m feeeeeelin this post @thesepinklips


#feminist #feminism #philly #knowyourworth #tellyourtruth #byagirlnamedmichael #pcos


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Today we’re going to have an anatomy lesson! For the sake of keeping my Instagram account, I will be using illustrations instead of real life examples.

One structure this illustration has not labeled is the mons pubis.  It is the rounded portion at the top containing faint pubic hair.  The mons pubis can vary in size, mostly thickness, from person to person and is a site of pubic hair growth.  It offers cushioning protection while pubic hair offers protection by preventing foreign particles and bacteria from entering the body.

Another structure that can contain pubic hair is the labia majora. These are the outer folds, sometimes referred to as outer lips because of their appearance.  They can vary in color and size and are very seldomly symmetrical.

The labia minora are the inner folds, sometimes referred to as inner lips.  They also vary in appearance.  Some people have longer labia, some people have shorter, tucked up labia.  Labia can change over time as well, like the rest of the body.  All of these variations are completely normal.

The next labeled structure is the anus, which is not part of the vulva, but it’s good to know where it’s located in relation to everything else.

Next is the vagina.  In this case the structure being labeled is actually the vaginal opening.  Many people use vagina as a catchall term for every structure in female reproductive anatomy.  In reality the vagina is a canal.  This is where blood exits the body during a period, where penetration occurs during sex, and where the baby comes out during vaginal birth.

The urethra is the organ that urine travels through to exit the body.  What can actually be seen externally is the urethral opening.  Fun fact: because the vagina and urethra are separate, you can pee with a tampon in!

Last, but certainly not least is the clitoris.  The clitoris is a bundle of nerves and erectile tissue; its main functions are sexual stimulation and pleasure.

Vulva is the term for external female genitalia and encompasses everything that can be viewed in this illustration, except the anus.  Vulva come in all different shapes, sizes, and color variations.  Everyone’s is different.


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Beauty has so many forms, and I think the most beautiful thing is confidence and loving yourself. -Kiesza
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This weekend I had to go out and watch the movie I Feel Pretty starring Amy Schumer. This movie really is a must watch for all women.  I think we can all relate.
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Without giving too much away about the movie I just wanted to share my takeaways from the movie and some tips on how you can use the power of your own voice to get you through those tough times of self-doubt and inadequacy. Click the link in my bio to read my new blog post. .
Who/what do you think the idea of "the perfect body" is more influenced by?


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"I would have girls regard themselves not as adjectives...but as NOUNS." Quote by: Elizabeth Candy Stanton. 💪🏽~Kaye


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“The idea is to write it so that people hear it and it slides through the brain and goes straight to the heart.” ~ Maya Angelou.
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Happily making gains in completing my April #tbr.
These three will keep me company through the end of the month.
?? What are you happily #currentlyreading?
📚The Fire This Time ~ Jesmyn Ward.
📚 Secrets We Kept ~ Krystal A. Sital.
📚Welcome To Lagos ~ Chibundu Onuzo.
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#book #bookstagram #bookstagrammer ##booknerd #bookworm #reader #reading #currentlyreading #booklover #bibliophile #womenwriters #femaleauthors #literature ##bookaddict #bookporn #read #reader #booksofinstagram #currentlyreading #bibliophile #literature #bookphotography #womenwriters #womenauthors #blackwriters #blackauthors #blackliterature #literature #readsoullit #readingblackout #thisbrownegirlreads #womanism #feminism #rwlchallenge


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6 year old me needed places to stow all her toads y'all. Give us pockets.

#feminist #feminism #womensfashion #equality


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sorry for being inactive :(

q: what did you get?


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Out kids absolutely crushed it at today’s Showcase for Peace. The students submitted their creative work reflecting their opinions about gun violence, and then shared their work with a really great audience in our Student Center. There was poetry, music, rapping, artwork, protest signs, and so much more. My heart was full as students shared their talents with our community. 💙💛 #steelmanpride #fearlessfemales #feminism #endgunviolence #enoughisenough #enough #activism


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Reading this made my eyes hurt😕.
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RG @artbookscoffee
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“TRUE STORIES FROM AN UNRELIABLE EYEWITNESS by Christine Lahti. What a great read so far. It is witty, fun, and still manages to give an honest look at feminism. I love a wonderfully written memoir and this is just that. Well I better get back to it.
PS. I am obsessed with the @giadadelaurentiis recipe for Lemon Ricotta Almond Muffins. They are soooooo good! Perfect with coffee and a good book. Yummy!” #bookstagram #coffeebreak #feminism #christinelahti #currentlyreading


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Not really, but it’s a nice thought. I don’t know dudes. Being sad doesn’t make you less rad. You’re a shining star no matter what 💙
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#intersectionalfeminism #feminist #feminism #bodypositive #mentalhealth #instagram #inspiration #love #selflove #selfcare #blue #aesthetic #tumblr #art #follow4follow #beautiful #strong #hope #enough #positivevibes


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I'm so intrigued by this research study on the use of feminine hygiene products and their correlation with infection. Are women using these products because they are attempting to self-cure an existing ailment, or do these products themselves increase the risk of infection? To all of my uber-academic students, residents, and attendings...we'd all love to have more research done on this!
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Do not let these small minded people laugh at your big dreams -

No matter the trials and tribulations...


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I’ve lived a few lives already, lived in different countries, lived in many cities, worked in many fields. If you know me personally, you know I moved to another country by myself at age 15, then came back to Canada for University, worked hard, played hard & really focused on my career in my 20s, like 80 hour work weeks....guess what? There isn’t much I did in my 20s that are relevant to my current life.
Travel, life, work, education, motherhood changed and shaped me into the current me.
The one thing that has always remained the same, since I was a very young girl, I never felt it was acceptable for me to get/do/receive less because I was a girl/Woman. My hometown was named the most dangerous city in Canada, so I grew up in archaic sexist behaviour. I fought that thinking tooth and nail! I was always outspoken and strong, the one to stand up for people or girls generally. I always felt and feel, I can, and you can, legitimately accomplish anything you want in life.
I’ve always had a goofy fun side, but one thing people always remember or say to me is “you were never one to take any shit”....this remains true 😉 My execution of calling out shitty things people do or say or what I will accept has changed somewhat...I’ll totally confront you or expect an answer for mean words, mean behaviour, misogyny, and general bullshit I don’t feel I or anyone should be dealing with...but my quickness to react is slower. With age, experience and maturity I’ve become less reactive, but I can only settle that fire in my belly for so long😉🔥I’ve never felt that confronting something shitty was fun, I just feel compelled to call it out and not let someone get away with bad behaviour...it’s always with hopes that another woman, girl, mother would not receive that treatment...if I fought the bullshit...maybe less people would have to deal with it🤷🏼‍♀️ I guess I’m saying, if you see something that isn’t right, isn’t fair, isn’t kind...call that out. Be strong. Our children are watching and I’ve never been interested in allowing ignorance. You shouldn’t either. #speakup #speakout #standup #noregrets #greysanatomy #greysanatomyquotes #strongwomen #strongissexy #strongisthenewskinny


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sorry Catherine, you can't just *be* genderqueer whenever you feel like it


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