Ep42: PART 2- Sex Lessons from SoulFood w/Spiritual Homegirl

Ep42: PART 2- Sex Lessons from SoulFood w/Spiritual Homegirl

This is Part 2 of the week I was on the Spiritual Homegirl podcast!
We discuss all the listener questions! From sex toys to bedroom performance! Tune in!

Shoutout for the Spiritual Homegirl for inviting on to your platform! I’m grateful and humbled!

A little about the podcast: The Spiritual Homegirl Podcast about talk self development and bettering the spirit, but from the homie perspective. Check her out on itunes and Soundcloud.
Check out her work:


So what are you waiting for? Listen, download, subscribe, comment and rate!!! (like for real, I need you to do that) and get in touch with me at www.vagesteem.com or on:

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Elaquent: I’m not afraid of the worst-case scenario

Elaquent: I’m not afraid of the worst-case scenario

Elaquent, has been making his mark on the independent beat scene in a big way over the last few years, with a large discography of well-received instrumental albums. Elaquent has been thriving in the Toronto music scene. He’s collaborated with rising underground star a l l i e and he was also featured on our Soundcloud special “Northern Stars: Exploring the Alternative to Toronto’s Sound.” He’s released many albums, included “Good Karma,” “Green Apples and Oranges,” and most recently “Less is More.” He’s toured all around the U.S., Europe, and is now signed to an HW&W Recordings based out of L.A.

In this interview, we talked about why he felt like an outcast growing up and how it shaped him, how he is prepared for the worst case scenario and what he makes of the Toronto music scene. Play the podcast to hear more!

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Session 31: Managing Grief

Session 31: Managing Grief

The Therapy for Black Girls Podcast is a weekly conversation with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a licensed Psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia, about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible version of ourselves.

This week’s episode features Dr. Ajita Robinson, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Approved Clinical Supervisor. Dr. Robinson and I chatted about how therapy can be helpful in working through grief, how we can have grief reactions to lots of different changes in our lives, and why the stages of grief you may have learned about may not be the best way to help you conceptualize grief.

Resources Mentioned

The Gifts of Grief (Tappouni)

Out of the darkness (Amato)

The Four Tasks of Mourning (Worden)


Where to Find Dr. Robinson


Facebook: @Friendsintransition

Twitter: @FIT_Counseling


If you’re looking for a therapist in your area, check out the directory at therapyforblackgirls.com/directory.

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The Combat Cancer Episode

The Combat Cancer Episode

This episode is the first episode since Combat Jack announced his battle with colon cancer. In the beginning of the episode, Combat talks about his past week in the hospital, powering through this battle to overcome his situation and more. Also featured in this ep is the Associate Editor of Bossip, Jason “Jah” Lee, an internets based supporter @itsmewandie and disgruntled photographer @brotha_kristufar. Oh, Jameson was in the room as well. -#RaiseTheBar #CombatCancer

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