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  • 00:50

    Episode 31: Watching White People

    in Culture

    We discuss whether free dongin' is like free boobin', nudist resorts, menstrual sea sponges, and female . Plus, the shortcomings of both white people and White People (the documentary).


    Reading list:


    Free dongin’


    (Un)natural sponges


    The new female


    White People

  • 01:12

    Goddess Awakening Topic: Power of Menstruation

    in Spirituality

    Join us as we discuss the benefits and joys of oir monthly visitor

  • 00:50

    All Things Menstrual Cups - Featuring Kim Rosas

    in Moms and Family

    Join us as our special guest and self-proclaimed #vagangelist Kim Rosas of Dirty Diaper Laundry tells us everything we need to know about menstrual cups and other Eco-conscious modern feminine products. Catch Kim on her blog at http://dirtydiaperlaundry.com/menstrual-cups-what-every-woman-should-know/

    Catch the show live where you can call in and talk to us. Or catch up with us later on iTunes!

  • 02:00

    Bad Hair Day? Get A Weave Loan!

    in Women

    It's unbeweavable the way people make money off of hair. Okay, bad joke, but I have to admit that as innovative as this idea is it still comes off as ratchet, doesn't it?

    Enter The Weave Loan Store. Yes, that's right. If you're having a bad hair day and your money is short then just contact the Weave Loan Store for assistance. 

    Is this a good idea or a sign of the apocalypse? I'll let you and my Show Legends decide as we discuss Detroit's newest hair store. Slow credit or no credit. The Weave Loan Store can have you ready for the weekend!


    Also on T2Q, a new feminist trend?  "Free bleeding."  It's women who don't use feminine products during that time of the of month.  Is it liberating to not use "man made" products to "hide the shame of menstruation"?


    These things and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show! "No experts. Just opinions."

    Show No. 485
    Scheduled for 75-90 mins.

    www.Talk2Q.com

  • 00:24

    TOTM! Tea Talk Periods, Picnics and Barbeques

    in Women

    With the weather getting nicer and nearing Memorial Day weekend which is the official kick off to barbeques and summertime women will still have their time of the month.  Val discusses how to be on your TOTM! and still enjoy the summer activities of picnics and barbeques with confidence!


     


    Call into 323-870-3792 to join in the conversation.  Or join in the chat room!


    TOTM! Tea Talk is the only talk show where women and girls come to talk about all things relevant to that Time Of The Month!


    Val Carey is the creator of  TOTM! Time Of The Month! a female movement for menstrual wellness and awareness.

  • 00:55

    Episode 26: Appropriate Emoji

    in Culture

    We discuss Ann's visit to RuPaul's DragCon, men and housework, women in flats, the gross faux food Soylent, how white people are using the new multiracial emoji and the amazing life (and death) of Sandra Bem.


    Watch The Fall on Netflix: it's so feminist


    Men and housework


    Cannes Flatgate


    Ugh soylent


    How the other half lives


    Sandra Bem, extraordinary woman


    Shine Theory: Serena Williams: “Let’s just put an end to this myth that women players cannot be friends.”


    This week in menstruation: The Period Fairy

  • 00:16

    Manifestation Cycles and OVULATION (Menstruation and Sex)

    in Education

    4 Month Group Mentorship. Contact me at healinglovecenter@gmail.com for additional information

  • 02:05

    Honoring The Sacred Blood: Moon Cycle and Menstruation

    in Romance

    In this episode of HoneySoul Radio we will discuss the history of ritual concerning moon cycles and menstruation, and how to talk with our daughters. We will explore the sacredness of our feminine cycle and how we can honor our transitions, natural remedies to manage premenstrual symptoms, and the rites of passage into womanhood, fertility, intuition and power.
    Our special guest is Safiyah Naemah. Safiyah is the founder and chief visionary of Safiyah Heals, and The Yoni Chats that offer holistic practices derived by wise women traditions that empower women all over the world to enhance their yoni's and womb health, and access their creative power to create their futures.
     

  • 01:05

    Endometriosis

    in Self Help

    Have Tea with Blase, every Thursday night at 6:30 pm eastern time on a journey to becoming our AUTHENTIC Self.


    Number to call to speak to Blase live on the air: (347) 324-5185


    Tonight's Topic: Endometriosis


    Endometriosis Awareness takes place across the globe during the month of March this disease which affects an estimated 176 million women and young girls during Menstruation. Endometriosis can be devastating to women who suffer with this disease.


    What is endometriosis?


    Endometriosis is the abnormal growth of cells (endometrial cells) similar to those that form the inside or lining the tissue of the uterus, but in a location outside of the uterus. Endometrial cells are the lining cells of the uterus and are cells that are shed each month during menstruation. Endometriosis occurs when cells like the lining of the uterus grow in or on tissues outside the uterus; these areas are called endometriosis implants. These implants are most commonly found on the ovaries, the Fallopian tubes, outer surfaces of the uterus or intestines, and on the surface lining of the pelvic cavity. They can also be found in the vagina, cervix, and bladder, although less commonly than other locations in the pelvis. Rarely, endometriosis implants can occur outside the pelvis, on the liver, in old surgery scars, and even in or around the lung or brain. Endometrial implants, while they can cause problems, are benign (not cancerous).


     


     


    Contact Blase to be a Guest or promote on the I Am A Success Story Radio Show


    Phone: 315- 333-2377


    Email: Successstory@verizon.net


     

  • 00:27

    TOTM! Tea Talk Ways To Green Your Period

    in Women

    Join Val as she discusses the ways you can "green" your period.  "Greening" your period is a way be kinder to Mother Earth beyond Earth Day


     


     


    Call into 323-870-3792 to join in the conversation.  Or join in the chat room!


    TOTM! Tea Talk is the only talk show where women and girls come to talk about all things relevant to that Time Of The Month!


    Val Carey is the creator of  TOTM! Time Of The Month! a female movement for menstrual wellness and awareness.

  • 00:16

    Cocoa Power nutrition benefits and living right key 1

    in Culture

    Dr. Gabriel Cousens conducted a study on the health benefits of chocolate in February of 2008. What he discovered was that raw cacao benefits diabetics as a safe food since it raises blood sugar less than almost any other food, despite it's theobromine content! It even raises insulin sensitivity! One of the other cool facts about chocolate that he discovered was that it's not toxic to the liver (many people are falsely claiming the contrary), except when combined in large amounts with sweeteners high in fructose such as agave. This is basically the only well known clinical study done specifically on how raw cacao benefits human health. [raw cacao benefits, cacao beans, cool facts about chocolate, dark chocolate antioxidants, facts about chocolate]

    It,  raw cacao benefits a wide range of cardiovascular issues. The dark chocolate antioxidants and abundant amounts of magnesium and other phytochemicals can balance blood pressure, lower high cholesterol, scrub away arterial plaque and promote general health by reversing heart disease. (Raw) chocolate bars are known as a great remedy for many menstruation issues women can get. It is also confirmed as an aphrodisiac for both genders.


    The famous "Dutch study", which was done on regular processed chocolate, followed over 200 Dutch men over the course of twenty years and found that those who ate the most milk and dark chocolate had lower rates of all major diseases compared to those who ate little to no chocolate.


    In a Harvard controlled study on the Kuna indian tribe off the coast of Panama.  The  Kuna tribe lived in an area where cacao trees grew abundantly. They would consume up to 5 cups of a bitter dark chocolate drink on a daily basis . This resulted in them having lower rates of all major diseases as well as a longer average life expectancy. This study lead by Dr. Hollenberg spurred more research on the health benefits of chocolate.