‼️Lemme tell it like it is!‼️
90% of the women that I talk with say they want to lose weight! So I ask basic questions like “ What’s your diet like?...How much water do you drink?...Exercise?...Do you poop daily”? And here are some of the responses...”I eat once a day...Ion like water...Ion like the gym...I poop like once a week”! And ya’ll this sh*t is just not a laughing matter😒!!! I share these AMAZING products all the time but people are often times to close-minded to try something new or want a quick fix! If you think I’m throwing 😎, then I’m sorry...I’m just stating FACTS! We are living in a time where people are dying very YOUNG due poor diets, ignoring warning signs...many times things within their control!! We, especially women, have to learn the importance of taking care of ourselves from the INSIDE!! Eat more fruit and veggies! Take vitamins daily! Take a probiotic! Stop eating all these damn processed foods 🍔🍟🍣Do what you have to do to live longer!
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The story of self-discovery and survival. It tells of an 11 year old girl, who finds herself in a land of strangers with hers the only black face in a sea of white, after being summoned to Britain by the father she has never known.
Published in 1985, it 1qis considered the first by a woman about the black experience in Britain.
The Conversations of Cow! Transmigration fiction from Suniti Namjoshi! Might appeal to fans of one of my transmigratory favourites The Sea of Fertility? This edition, Women's Press, 1985
💬"Suniti and Bhadravati disagree about almost everything- which is hardly surprising as Suniti is an average middle of the road lesbian separatist and Bhadravati is a Brahmin lesbian cow, goddess of a thousand faces and a thousand manifestations."💬
There are some really nice illustrations in this book too, although I couldn't get a good photo
Девочки, если хотите такой же пресс, вам для большего рельефа мышц нужно делать базовые упражнения на все тело⬇️
🔅Жим штанги лежа
❗️Эти упражнения наиболее способствуют выработке анаболических гормонов. Под их воздействием мышцы и растут. Скажу проще: приседай со штангой – и мышцы пресса тоже вырастут. Кроме базовых упражнений я делаю специальные тренировки на пресс. О них я расскажу в отдельном посте🤗#дашатренер#советытренера#атлетико
A feminist murder mystery in which the sleuth is an overalls-wearing 1970s lesbian who works for a women's political poster-printing collective. Not as good as it sounds but only because nothing could be as good as that sounds. #bookstagram#womenspress
@southernafricaphotos countdowns top three literary work. NUMBER 1. Nervous Conditions 📚The popular novel by #tsitsidangarembga first published in U.K. In 1988 by #womenspress .The semi-autobiographical novel focuses on the story of a Rhodesian family post colonial. The book tackles post colonialism and gender issues. Nervous Conditions has mostly received positive reviews, making it a prominent African and Zimbabwean literary work. The Africa Book Club recommends Nervous Conditions, claiming Dangarembga’s work to be, "a thought-provoking novel that packs a huge number of complicated ideas into a simple and engaging story."[awarded the Commonwealth Writers' Prize in 1989, and has since The novel has been described as an "absorbing page-turner" by The Bloomsbury Review, "another example of a bold new national literature" by the African Times and "a unique and valuable book" by Booklist. Finally, Pauline Uwakweh describes how Nervous Conditions emphasizes that "[Racial and colonial problems are explored] as parallel themes to patriarchal dominance because both are doubtless interrelated forms of dominance over a subordinate social group. Dangarembga has, indeed, demonstrated a keen knowledge of the problems of her Rhodesian society in particular, and Africa in general. Her vision as a writer stresses that awareness and courage are the blueprint to exploding its contradictions." Overall, Nervous Conditions is recognized as a major literary contribution to African feminism and postcolonial literature. (Source & photo: Wikipedia)
#southern African nations #feminism#africanculture#bookliterature#novel#Zimbabwe#nervousconditions