Episode 74 | Intimacy & MS: Radical Self Love — feat. Sonya Renee Taylor & Anna Sweeney, MS, RDN, CEDRD-S

We’re keeping the intimacy conversation going. Join us for a conversation with poet, spoken word artist & author Sonya Renee Taylor (The Body Is Not An Apology) and Registered Dietitian and fellow MS Warrior Anna Sweeney about intimacy, disability, and the body. How does radical self-love fit into the equation?

Find Sonya on Instagram @sonyareneetaylor and on her website http://sonyareneetaylor.com

You can find Anna on Instagram and Twitter @dietitiananna as well as her website: http://wholelifeRD.com

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Myelin & Melanin™ Podcast

Podcast hosted by Dawn (DX 2000) and Daana (DX 2004) — two Black women sharing their musings on life, multiple sclerosis, and everything in between! Dawn and Daana met in 2016 in a Facebook group dedicated to the disease-modifying drug LEMTRADA.

Episode 63 | That Part: Intimacy & MS (Layer 1) — feat. Keyonna Renea

We know that self-love is the genesis of any intimate relationship — its power cannot be overstated. Join us for “Layer 1” of “That Part: Intimacy and MS” — our first-ever multi-part series on intimacy and MS. This week, we are joined by boudoir photographer, body coach, and fellow MSer, Keyonna Renea. She talks about what self-love means to her. Stay tuned for an exciting few weeks!

Keyonna Renea

You can find her on IG @keyonna.renea as well as her website http://keyonnarenea.com

You can find us on the web at myelinandmelanin.com, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @myelinmelanin. You can also subscribe to us on YouTube.

Consider supporting us through our Patreon — patreon.com/myelinmelanin. Patrons can gain access to exclusive content, Myelin & Melanin swag & more.

Your support helps us offset the cost of maintaining our website, paying for our remote recording technology, music, podcast & merchandise production and more.

As we do not get paid to produce the podcast, these are costs that come out of our pockets. This can often be a struggle.

Also, if you enjoy the podcast, please take a minute to leave us a 5-Star rating on Apple Podcasts.

Stream the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play and everywhere you listen to podcasts.

Peace!

Myelin & Melanin™ Podcast

Podcast hosted by Dawn and Daana — two Black women musing about life with Multiple Sclerosis. Dawn is a 44-year-old mother, living in the Atlanta, GA area. She was diagnosed with RRMS in 2000. She has a BA in American Studies from SUNY Buffalo and completed her graduate work in English as a Second Language at American University.

Episode 44 | “There Is No Normal Body”: A Conversation with Sonya Renee Taylor

Join us as we talk with award-winning poet, author, and activist, Sonya Renee Taylor about her book ‘The Body is Not An Apology’ and changing our internal narrative about what “normal” is in this ableist society.

Joining Daana and sitting in for Dawn today as guest co-host is Carlos Kareem Windham (who you’ll remember from our series “Beyond Montel: Black Men and MS”). You don’t want to miss this important and engaging conversation.

You can find us on the web at http://myelinandmelanin.com, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @myelinmelanin. You can also subscribe to us on YouTube. Peace! 

Episode 44 | “There is No Normal Body”: A Conversation with Sonya Renee Taylor

Join us as we talk with award-winning poet, author, and activist, Sonya Renee Taylor about her book ‘The Body is Not An Apology’ and changing our internal narrative about what “normal” is in this ableist society. Joining Daana.