Before you enter this
site, please unpack any anti African/anti Black sentiments. To go any
further would not endanger our community members as much as it would
Unlike some other spaces dealing
with issues of ethnicity and racism, we are not interested in making or
maintaining a false peace with people who disrespect us. We use any and
all means within our power to protect and defend ourselves including
but not limited to the spiritual.
This site centers African
and diaspora women, femmes, feminine people, postgender, intergender,
intersex, extragender, and even xenogender people whose expression dips
within the spectrum of femininity. We are not trying to be everybody's
friend. We are not catering to anyone's entitlement. We don't even
abide the strict lines based on body parts, much less color or a
certain presumed dominant culture's definition of what constitutes
femininity, womanhood, or gender itself.
For the Africana
Womanist/Afrocentric or Panafrican Maternal Feminist, gender is not
even just a spectrum, it is a sky filled with many constellations.
This site is for those whose
starscape births new beings or facilitates the birth and nurturing of
beings through life. If you are sensitive to very real and graphic
discussions of the realities of women and femmes on this planet, you
should be warned that there may be triggers here. By the same, we will
not be always on serious topics. If you can't handle that sometimes
we're also going to discuss mundane things like dating and fashion,
this is probably not the place for you either.
If you are a person who usually
manifests in what could be called a masculine way, but would like to
give some air to your femininity here, you are also welcome. If you
cross a line or go to far or impose too much, we will tell you. If you
can learn from it, you will stay welcome. If not, then you will have to
go and perhaps return when you unpack.
If you feel that you can vibe with
this site, you may