Reflections on incomplete life lessons

These are my thoughts in flux. Not pretty post-lesson platitudes. No airbrushing or after-effects. Just the experiences I'm having, the philosophies I'm exploring, the ideas I'm testing, in real time as they happen. A whole lot of mind changing. Some struggle. Some growth. But ultimately an attempt at deep connection through creative dialogue with you.

The Cum Up – How You Lose Her…

The Cum Up – How You Lose Her…

For those of us committed to living our best lives, who believe in keeping shit positive not by way of cognitive dissonance; but really coming to terms with the negativity of a self-perpetuated fear based reality – that is, our own poverty of mind, self-doubt, envy, falsity, distrust etc. Those of us who know the…

Pussy Power – An Emptying

Pussy Power – An Emptying

I was luxuriating and meditating in the bath the other day and it came to me that I have been on a journey of celibacy rather than sexlessness. That I should not resist it because my relationship to myself, my body, and my sexuality has been transformed. You know I love to talk about my…

When the Squat Challenge Doesn’t Lift Your Spirits…

When the Squat Challenge Doesn’t Lift Your Spirits…

It had been a long and peculiar day. Some frustrations, but still, a number of creative wins. I was somewhere between weary and expectant as I walked around my room switching off my fairy lights: The white hearts hanging over my closet; the paper lanterns around my rocking chair; the glowing roses dangling next to…

The Paraphernalia of Loneliness (Part 1)

The Paraphernalia of Loneliness (Part 1)

You know you’re lonely when you find yourself envious of the connections people make in AA. It’s a muggy Friday evening and I’m alone in a messy room watching the Netflix original Bloodline. I see the kindness in one character’s face, the denial in the other, and you know the arc of the story to…

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Leona Nichole Black is a cultural sociologist and creative conversationalist. She works as a passionate educator, Black mental health advocate, and tarot practitioner.
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