Category: sexuality

S2: E6 @insecurehbo: Let’s Get Things Out in the Open

Check out my recaps of Season 2: Episode 1 Episode 2 Episode 3 Episode 4 (I skipped E5’s recap so I can combine them a bit here) “Hoetation” That seems to be the word Molly and Issa want to use to describe Issa’s plunge into enjoying her newfound independence and dating freedom. She’s having sex […]

#BMCC17: Black Moms Connection Conference 8/13–Toronto, ON

Black Moms Connection Conference (#BMCC17) is a one-day experience that will focus on equipping black mothers and women to increase their social, emotional and financial well-being. A full day of sharing, shopping and connecting through lively panels, keynote chat with MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes, financial literacy with @TD_Canada and more. I’m going to be speaking on […]

S2:E1 @InsecureHBO: Let’s Talk About Safe Sex

*Post contains spoilers* Let me start by saying that I didn’t watch the first season of the popular HBO show Insecure in real-time. I’ve grown fond of binge-watching shows because my schedule leaves little room for me to be home at certain times to catch some of my “must see” shows. I binged Season 1 […]

Feminista Jones Speaks at Explore More Summit 2017

Greetings beloveds! This year, I am once again participating in the Explore More Summit. This is one of the best collection of sexuality experts around the world. It’s FREE to join and when the summit ends, you can either purchase a conference package or stream chats a la cart for $3!! Be sure to catch […]

Girls Night Out: A Lil Hood Tale

Greetings beloveds!   I decided to write a bit of Urban Lit because, you know me, always trying new things! This short story came from a series of tweets I did about “Chanda” and thought it might be fun to expand a bit on this story. I enjoyed writing this fun piece because I like […]

Feminists Don’t Get Dickmatized

(En EspaƱol) I already know that, by giving this piece the title I selected, most folks will react before reading. Such is the nature of this “140 Era” in which we live, I guess. If you’ve made it this far, allow me to explain my point of view. I will say it again: Feminists don’t […]

FJ at Widener University #CareersCon15 Keynote

I had the honor of being invited to present the Keynote address at Widener University’s Careers in Sexuality conference. The organizers saw me at another event in Philadelphia and asked me to join them. I presented for clinicians and educators and I think I did a bit of disrupting. Definitely one of my best speeches. […]

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