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By Shiloh Sophia Every woman is the Queen of her own heart. It isn’t something she does, it is who she is. She must decide how to govern her own domain. She seeks friends and allies that honor who she […]

By Wendi Knox It’s more about the words we choose and the tone we take when talking to ourselves. In fact, if you start paying attention to the conversations between You and You, you’ll hear things you’d never dream of […]

I found this juicy piece in The Australian  By Nikki Gemmell So often in life we love the things we’re not meant to — the question, of course, is what we do about it. Particularly at a time when we’re […]

The word, “cunt,” comes from the name of the ancient Oriental Great Goddess, Kali-Cunti or Kunda, The Yoni of the Universe. In ancient writings the word “cunt” is often interchangeable with that for “woman.” In no way was this meant […]

Regular sex, according to medical research, has the same benefits as regular exercise. It increases the flow of certain chemicals that naturally boost and strengthen the immune system, improves cholesterol levels, stimulates circulation, invigorates the heart, diminishes the intensity of […]

I have pretty much always had a current love interest, a paramour, an inamorata of the moment in my life. Ever since elementary school, I have been involved in a series of crushes, flirtations, romances, relationships, and marriages of varying […]

By Mary Sharratt The Western world’s first known description of the female orgasm was written by the 12th century abbess and Doctor of the Church, Saint Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179): When a woman is making love with a man, a […]

On the surface of the world right now there is war and violence and things seem dark. But calmly and quietly, at the same time, something else is happening underground An inner revolution is taking place and certain individuals are […]

By Mama Donna Henes  The Queen Heals Her Wounds and Draws Strength From Her Scars I loved the mothering years of my thirties. I did not bear children, but we don’t need to have given birth to be a mother. […]

Crisis? What midlife crisis? How women are seeing it as a rebirth Forty was once the age we died. But middle age has been redefined for many women By Alana Kirk in The Irish Times Middle age is now being redefined by […]