I spent this time on focusing my “highest and best use of vital energy” on vital tasks. If I had been so focused on work, yet distracted by sex, then it was time to truly focus on this work. On school, on personal development, on herHABITAT, on moving across the country, on my non-sexual relationships…After 7 months I had effectively decided and planned to move across the country, finished school getting 100% on my last exam, travelled to Halifax 3 times… and on.Read more
A funny yet important episode – tune in to hear about healthy periods, our stories and experiences, and facts from Dr. Jennah Miller who answers all of our questions!
“You see these clots and it looks like a vagina booger” – Forest
“Thats the point of destigmatizing these things. You have a right to explore your body and not fucking feel weird about it.” – TeaganRead more
We’ve finally caught up to the editing of all our episodes to date! We have the last 2 episodes up, completing this chapter of Impractical Women’s Studies.
Season 2 will launch on Friday, July 6th! Stay tuned for a new twist on the series of IWS with Forest Greenwell and Teagan Johnston on our facebook live feed.Read more
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Not all rape is violent. You don’t always know when it’s happening. It’s hard to wrap you head around. You do not feel like a changed person all at once. Your world doesn’t always shatter.Read more
Dedicated to the men with little boys in their hearts that made fools of them.Read more
Sexuality is one of the biggest things to learn about yourself. It takes the longest, has the biggest impact, and also can be the most difficult to navigate. It’s something I still struggle with everyday. I don’t identify as bi-sexual, or asexual, or straight, or whatever else there is out there. I’ve dated a lot of […]Read more