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WANTING TO BE MARRIED, BUT NOT READY TO BE A SPOUSE

10pm EST, Sunday, August 28, 2016 INSIDE w/Noni Ayana on Orange Room Radio

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‘WANTING TO BE MARRIED, BUT NOT READY TO BE A SPOUSE’

Although the national marriage and divorce rate shows almost half of the nations marriages will end in divorce, many people continue to say “I do”. The question is, just what will you do? What does it mean to be wife or husband material? When and how do you know you’re ready for marriage?

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HOW TO MAINTAIN A HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP, WHILE TRYING TO WORK THROUGH YOUR PERSONAL SH*T

10pm EST Sunday, August 21, 2016 INSIDE w/Noni Ayana on Orange Room Radio

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‘HOW TO MAINTAIN A HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP, WHILE TRYING TO WORK THROUGH YOUR PERSONAL SH*T’

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Is this real life or what? Maintaining a workable relationship has its challenges. But how do you manage a relationship, while working on personal problems? Discussing this and more 10pm Sunday!

10pm EST Sunday, August 21, 2016 INSIDE w/Noni Ayana on Orange Room Radio

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DATING IN 2016

10pm EST Sunday, August 14, 2016 INSIDE w/Noni Ayana on Orange Room Radio

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‘Dating in 2016’

Are you single never married, separated, divorced, widowed, or married? Sexologist Noni Ayana discusses the challenges of dating in 2016, and the latest news in sexuality! Make sure you tune in at 10!!!

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They Love Me, They Love Me Not

Are Black men more infuriated about the injustices displayed toward Black men, than they are about the injustice displayed toward Black women? Are we so caught up in women being in a “woman’s place” that when women are not, punishment is a justifiable means? How is it that Black women have become the backbone to the spineless. What is this thing that continues to perpetuate the idea that all things male and masculine is above all things female and feminine? We are more concerned about the social implications of a powerLESS Black man, than we are of the one which gave him life. We are too busy loving our sons, yet raising our daughters. Many Black men are allowed to become leaders by default, having nothing to do with character or skill, but having mostly to do with the presence of the penis. Meanwhile Black women have endured marginalization within and outside the African American community; all the while remaining loyal to the very community that continues to chastise her.

Your goal to achieve “manhood” should not be dependent upon how I express my womanhood. Men do not own masculinity, nor do women own femininity. I do however, own my being.

Is there a way to not perpetuate a misogynistic culture, and continue to prescribe to belief systems and religious faiths long held by many African Americans? I’ll let you think on that.

Because of many social norms people are not living in their truth, instead they are slowly dying inside. Poisoning anyone close by so they won’t be alone in their misery. I shouldn’t have to suffer due to your self discontent.

Be you. Be bold. Be courageous, and live dammit, live!

~Sexologist, Noni Ayana

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I JUST FOUND OUT MY CHILD IS HAVING SEX!

10pm EST Sunday, July 31, 2016 INSIDE w/Noni Ayana on Orange Room Radio

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“I JUST FOUND OUT MY CHILD IS HAVING SEX”

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Due to the recent #NiaGreene incident, Sexologist Noni Ayana discusses parental reaction to finding out their child is sexually active. Why aren’t kids talking to their parents about sex? Why aren’t parents talking to their kids about sex? When should you begin talking to your children about sex? Discussing these questions and more, make sure to tune in at 10!

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ASK THE SEXOLOGIST

10pm EST Sunday, July 17, 2016 INSIDE w/Noni Ayana on Orange Room Radio

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ASK SEXOLOGIST NONI AYANA 

Here’s your chance to ask the sexologist. If you’re not able to watch Noni Ayana live on Facebook, ask your questions beneath the post advertising this show, and she will answer them during the show.

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10pm EST Sunday, July 17, 2016 INSIDE w/Noni Ayana on Orange Room Radio

 

Now that this has happened, what is the plan?

This morning, I awoke from my sleep feeling overwhelmed, and concerned for the men of my community. My father was the first to teach me about Black life, what it means to be Black, and how the world views Black people. I was given the gift of Black pride. Yet, I find it interesting that a world of many cultures can share the same belief about one race. How is it that Black people for so long, have been the target? Why is it that Black people are often suffering and dying? Racism has been quite successful with causing much division within African American communities, and among other communities the include people of color. Internalized inferiority has eaten away at the very core of Black spaces. We have accepted and perpetuated this society as we know it and live it; a capitalist society that has no problem with taking lives to maintain its perceived superiority.

Much of this is about perception. Oh how dangerous perception can be. I would dare say that most of the people that are racist toward Black people, do not know any Black people personally. Their ideas about Black life are created from racialized images of multimedia, and propaganda. In essence, “the plan” is working. What the world needs to understand, and what we need to appreciate is that African American communities are multi-dimensional. We are multi-faceted. A mug shot does not represent who we are as a people, but the mug shot is what the world sees, and sees often.

We often say, African American “community”. Where is this community? We will come together to celebrate, but we won’t come together to create…a plan. Go ahead and pray, say your prayers for the deceased and their loved ones. Perform your religious ritual, but please consider a plan of action.

How do we start? We start by invading spaces that tend to put certain types of people in positions of power and control, and by not implementing past strategies that have proven to be ineffective.

~Noni Ayana