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The new outfit for today's woman, is CONFIDENCE! Self Confidence ~ the feeling or belief that you can rely on someone or something ~ yourself! Trust in yourself.
Yes, it begins with YOU. Your Sexuality, Your Empowerment, all start with SELF. Once you trust in yourself, then the confidence manifests into a strong presence. It shapes your walk, your talk, the way you lick your lips, the stunning effect your entry has on a crowded room. The magnetic quality and charm that affects others who want desperately to be in your presence.
Well, let me introduce myself. My name’s Marcia, Marcia Chambers, aka SpeakerMC. As a Speaker and Sexual Wellness Consultant, I help married women who are lonely in their relationships to get more S.L.U.T.T.Y. – more Sex, more Love, more Understanding and more Tenderness, to You.
How? Through an 8-week online experience called “Bring Back that Lovin’ Feeling,” so that you’ll FEEL CONNECTED and FEEL APPRECIATED in your relationship. So that you’ll FINALLY give yourself permission to be sensual and sexual, while YOU Unleash your Inner Sexual Goddesses.
I created a platform called S.W.E.L.L. for Women – Sexual Wellness & Empowered Living Lifestyles for Women, because there are so many people exchanging DNA without ASKING the pertinent questions. For example: “Do you want kids?” “Are you open to seeing other people or just me?” Now because YOU DIDN’T ASK, then YOU DON’T KNOW.
And, before you know, it spirals into dysfunction, with no COMMUNICATION, no UNDERSTANDING and non-stop FRUSTRATION!!
Why do you think we have so many traffic jams? People are going to places they don't wanna go any more, they don't want to be there! To a stressful and unfulfilling job - where you feel invisible; or home, to the arguments and frustrations, because .. well, things just aren't working right now. Again, you're feeling invisible, you DO SO MUCH for EVERYONE, and, uuggh, .. just frustrated!
With the help of virtual media, my message to women about sexual wellness and empowerment is shared through Podcasts, Radio Shows and Tv Shows. If you would like some more information, updates about upcoming events or more tips that will enhance and add value to your life, then click here http://www.marciachambers.com/new-events.
Thanks for your company and chat soon @Speak2MC! !
The feeling you get when you get your S.L.U.T.T.Y back!
S.W.E.L.L for Women - Woman of the Month
MARGARET SANGER ~ September 14 1879 – September 6 1966aUGUST 15 1956-PRESENT
MARGARET SANGER, Margaret Sanger started her sex education campaign 1912 by writing a newspaper column called "What Every Girl Should Know" and later opened the first legal birth control clinic in USA
Margaret Louisa Higgins was born in Corning, New York, to Michael Hennessey Higgins and Anne Purcell Higgins. One of 11 children into a Irish-American, working class, Roman Catholic family. Her mother, Anne, had several miscarriages, and Margaret believed that all of these pregnancies took a toll on her mother's health and contributed to her early death at the age of 49.
Seeking a better life, Sanger attended Claverack College and Hudson River Institute in 1896. She later studied nursing at White Plains Hospital four years later. In 1902, she married William Sanger, an architect. The couple eventually had three children together.
HER LEADERSHIP- SEX EDUCATION PIONEER
Sanger started her campaign to educate women about sex in 1912 by writing a newspaper column called "What Every Girl Should Know." She also worked as a nurse on the Lower East Side, at the time a predominantly poor immigrant neighborhood. Through her work, Sanger treated a number of women who had undergone back-alley abortions or tried to self-terminate their pregnancies. Sanger objected to the unnecessary suffering endured by these women, and she fought to make birth control information and contraceptives available. In 1914, Sanger started a feminist publication called The Woman Rebel, which promoted a woman's right to have birth control. Obscenity laws forced her to flee the country until 1915. In 1916, she opened the first birth control clinic in the United States.
Sexuality and Sensuality
Margaret Sanger was an American birth control activist, sex educator, writer, and nurse. She is the founder of the birth-control movement in the United States and an international leader in the field. Sanger established the American Birth Control League, a precursor to today's Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
She served as its president until 1928. In 1923, while with the league, she opened the first legal birth control clinic in the United States.
Sanger opened the first birth control clinic in the United States, and established organizations that evolved into the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Sanger focused her work on one basic principle: "Every child should be a wanted child."
Sanger said that birth control would elevate women away from a position of being an object of lust and elevate sex away from purely being for satisfying lust, saying that birth control "denies that sex should be reduced to the position of sensual lust, or that woman should permit herself to be the instrument of its satisfaction."
Sanger died of congestive heart failure in 1966 in Tucson, Arizona, aged 86, about a year after the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed the right of married couples to use birth control in its decision on Griswold v. Connecticut.