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Orgasms have saved me many times, therapist speaks on importance of good sex

As a black woman, the very act of existing is stressful. We’re only a few weeks into 2019, and the headlines are already reminding me why marginalized folks are exhausted—the news leaves my stomach in knots, social media stresses me the hell out, and I’m constantly feeling gaslit by commentators on TV. I feel the stress of being a black woman in my bones.

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Valentine Special: Marketing Africa as a female sex tourism destination

Finally, African men’s sexual prowess can be put to use. Already, quite a number of women from the western world are embarking on sex tourism trips to Africa. When they come, they are served, serviced and pampered, writes Tatenda Gwaambuka on how female sex tourists are exploiting African men.”Older women from Europe and North America are now known to frequent African resorts in pursuit of ‘sexcapades’ as they are called,” Tatenda describes.

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Nations will do better if barriers to participation of female in STEM is removed — US Consul-General

In commemoration of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, United State of America Consul General, Mr John Bray, observed that despite only about 30 percent of women and girls in the  Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, STEM related fields, he believes the world would do better if all barriers against women were removed.

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2019 World Cancer Day: Women call for proactive attention to reduce cancer menace

ABUJA- AS Nigeria joins the rest of the world to mark World Cancer Day on February 4, 2019, with theme: I am and I will, women under the auspices of Voice for Less Privileged Organisation, VOLPO,  across the country have called on government at all levels to take proactive action and pay attention to end cancer menace ravaging mostly the women population.

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