Sexologist Noni Ayana is now offering one to one video conference consultations!
- to be unapologetic for who I am.
- to not be afraid of taking risks for what I believe in.
- how to love aspects of myself often criticized by society.
- to always look for the truth.
- to question everything.
- to look beneath the surface.
- to be a student, because there is always more to learn.
- not to be afraid of being questioned.
- life is one wild ride.
- sexuality determines just how wild the ride will get.
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It has been a few weeks since the story of a fearless woman has been shared. I know you all have been patiently waiting for the next episode to show itself and you aren’t the only ones!
This week I am over the moon excited to introduce you to Noni Ayana. Noni is a sex guru of sorts…no really! As a sexologist, sexuality educator and sexuality practitioner for the last 6 years, it is safe to say that she has learned alot of useful information in her studies. One of the biggest issues she found, for instance, is that married couples aren’t talking about s-e-x. That had me wondering, “How do couples know that they are pleasing eachother if they are talking about it enough to know?” Thank goodness, Noni has made it her business to solve this problem. She created a company that offers premarital counseling…
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As you know, I’ve always expressed my advocacy for sexuality education to be taught in the church. Unfortunately, when you mention the word sexuality church people immediately think the agenda is to talk about sex and not actually discuss human sexuality, which are two different topics. They say the Bible gives clear instruction; not really. Because if this was the case there wouldn’t be the plethora of books today, designed to educate people on how to interpret the Bible. When it comes to discussing the topic of sex, church leadership seems to get a bit uptight. There’s something interesting about male centered church congregations that are unwilling to include discussions about sexuality among their church members. I don’t think many churches desire progression, I think many of them are operated by a bunch of men that have control issues; thus the slow progression of many churches, especially church congregations that are predominantly African-American. The Black church is similar to many Black (heterosexual) marriages, it’s really the women doing all of the work, yet submitting to the man as head of the household, simply because he has a penis.
Tradition is no longer effective when it is the root of dysfunction. ~Noni Ayana
Hello insiders! I’ve been pumping out videos as if my life depended on it lol. It’s been a lot of fun discussing topics often provided by people I know, that want me to talk about their personal interests. I’ve always wanted to talk about the good girl bad girl scenario. Of course I describe this theory within a very heterosexual context. There are too many grey areas in life and in love to be this absolute. Yet, I understand that people develop relationships from this very concept.
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