"The workshop that was held at the Sex Down South conference this past weekend was PHENOMENAL! It was an absolute pleasure and joy to share safe space with other Black women. I felt comfortable enough be vulnerable and share my truths; I left the workshop feeling replenished and grateful. Thank you Dalychia and Rafaella! Keep up the great and necessary work!" -Danielle Gilmore,  Black, 32, queer, exploring poly

"The ladies of Afrosexology are doing the Good Work of helping women to reclaim their femininity, and even their divinity. The Radical Twerk event was such a positive experience, and I am forever changed." -Anonymous

"Hello Dalychia & Rafaella, just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate your workshops & program. It's the missing piece of the puzzle for me, I believe that women & femme centered safe spaces are essential to our survival in an anti-femme world. I have attended 4 of your workshops and I have gained useful tools & tactics; healed in many needed areas; and felt supported & understood in a way that I have never experienced. So when I say I love the both of you, I mean that I love that you seemed to have found a passion and made it your work. While also meeting a community need. That's something that I desire & so many others. I admire your vulnerability, determination, & Afro-centered approach. Please keep doing what you are doing & may it flourish in the way that you both envision." -Black, Womyn,  Age 37

"The work that is being done by Afrosexology is so necessary.  We need sex education, communication, & to be empowered by our communities." -Anonymous

"Last Sunday's work shop/ discussion, was PHENOMENAL, and SO important! I was especially moved by the presence of so many young men, and what they had to say. Men in the West are usually not very verbal, and what I heard was very revealing. Thank you Dalychia for the invite. Maybe one day, as men, we can continue these discussions on our own, and then take action. Again Thank you, and RIGHT ON!" -Black, Male, Age 61

"Thank you for posting such body-positive images. Each one I see helps me heal from harmful internalized ideas about white standards of beauty and my value being associated with someone else's idea of desirability. " - Anonymous

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Ex: Black, age 45, queer, poly