Womanhood is about character, lessons, wisdom, & journey but there is a troubling social assertion that white women denying Black women womanhood. Womanhood is not just another tangible consumer good.
So, this assertion is untrue. After girlhood, women travel their own path through womanhood. Tonya GJ Prince talks about part of her journey to womanhood as a Black woman growing up in the American south.
Tonya GJ Prince from WESurviveAbuse.com, SurvivorEye.com, SurvivorAffirmations.com, and BraidtheLadder.org gives voice to healthful affirmations and expert knowledge about abuse, domestic violence, sexual violence, healing, & healthy relationships.
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