I am so excited about this week’s interview with Erin Brown! Erin is a writer, poet, doula, and speaker, with a background in social justice and an interest in personal accountability and self governance.
Her work touches on various aspects of body image, vulnerability, intersectional feminism, sexuality, connection, compassion, anti-oppression, and liberation.
We cover lots in this episode, but some highlights include:
How her work in social justice has informed her work in self liberation.
Why talking openly about sex is so important.
How to start owning who you are and feeling powerful in your body.
Her turning point from avoiding her life with drugs + alcohol to looking inward and caring for herself.
What her new venture, Ferine, is all about.
Her favorite lessons she learned the hard way.
And so much more.
If you enjoyed this episode be sure to learn more about Erin and support her work here:
Follow Erin Brown on INSTAGRAM
Buy her AFFIRMATION CARD DECK
Buy her book, SOVEREIGN
Buy her book, LETTERS TO LOLA
Check out FERINE MAGAZINE
Check out the SEXUAL SOVEREIGNTY PROJECT
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