Posts made in May, 2013

On Being the Only Sister in the Sex Club

On Being the Only Sister in the Sex Club

On Being the Only Sister in the Sex Club It’s been said that you never forget your first time, your first kiss or your first love. Personally, I’ll never forget my first make-out session, my first crush and the first time I sauntered into a sex club: a den of delight for swingers, voyeurs, adventurous couples seeking other couples, and sexy singles looking to expand their sexual horizons in the midst of a sexual playground designed for adults only. Let me make it clear that I live in Denver, Colorado, born and raised. I’m Black (yes, there are Black folks in Denver). My skin is black. My politics are Black. My president is Black. My god is Black. I’m Black and proud of it. And I’m already used to walking into spaces and being (the lone or) one of few...

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Lady Wu Raekwon cosigns Lady Wu Tang!!!

Lady Wu Raekwon cosigns Lady Wu Tang!!!

Thursday January 26, 2012 Raekwon of the Legendary Wu Tang Clan Cosigns Lady Wu!      

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LadySpeech reading my Original Poem “Thick” Cafe Nuba 2012

LadySpeech reading my Original Poem “Thick” Cafe Nuba 2012

Poet, writer, reader, activist, teacher, host of The Panties radio show, and lover, Lady Speech has a writing style that is one of a kind and her delivery will capture you and she demands you pay attention to every line that rolls off her lips. She can sing you into bliss and recite the pain you didn’t realize was there, all in an effort to heal. Lady Speech is sure to leave you feeling impacted and you will be happy you attended. P.O.L. is honored to have her share. She currently hosts the Freedom Of Speech Open Mic set (1st & 3rd Tuesdays at the Gypsy House Cafe) in addition to performing all over the state of Colorado. Her writing has appeared in Ebony and Jezebel magazines. Also, Lady Speech represents Ghostface Killah to the fullest extent as a member...

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Lady Wu Protect Ya Neck

Lady Wu Protect Ya Neck

There is no other crew in hip-hop that epitomizes the creative force of masculinity than the Wu-Tang Clan.  Made up of all things New York City, (loyalty, grit, talent..) the lyricists spawned a nation of killa beez based on true to living verses and the multi-member posse immediately had an impact on hip-hop culture. It would be years later from the first inception of Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) that nine women would take the stage at The Walnut Room in Denver, CO for the first “Hip-hop Covers Presents” themed show. Already established artists (poets, MC’s, deejays, etc) the women come together under the guise of performance theater. Featuring the most prominent female emcees/artists/poets in Denver, the lady Wu consists of: LadySpeech Sankofa,...

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