BWW's Get Smart B4U Get Sexy team was recently in Compton holding space for young teens to talk about sexual health, access to resources and to give feedback on a sexual health pocket guide that the Community Advisory Coalition of District 2 Los Angeles is putting together. When asked "how do you get smart b4u get sexy?" these were some of the youth's responses:
"To present yourself as you wish to be seen, and or treated."
"You should be aware of things and know how to protect yourself and be safe before going out and being (sexy) because you don't want to have consequences."
"You are worth more than sex."
"By knowing that my voice matters and surrounding myself with people who respect my choices."
"To me it means to achieve a goal, to be smart before you do it with someone."
Now it is your turn..."how do you get smart b4u get sexy?" ... See MoreSee Less
Viola Davis - my shero - loving her stepping up for dark skinned natural hair Black women - thank you ... See MoreSee Less
Black Women, step into who you are for 2015. How many of you Black women will take the challenge. Stop wearing these European and Asian looking wigs and weaves and EMBRACE YOUR AFRICAN BEAUTY!