We've got more company! This week we welcome Jessamyn Stanley, yoga instructor, entrepreneur and the co-founder of The Underbelly. We spanned multiple topics from polyamory and representation in yoga to dating the rugby team and what it's like being LGBTQ+ in the south. Naturally, astrology was brought up and Jessamyn shares multiple Bad Queer Opinions around Harry Potter and the practice round of polyamory.
Shana: Shahem Mclaurin - Black, genderqueer, social worker/therapist. Shahem uses their platform to address social and mental health issues while showcasing their style, cooking skills and personal journey. Follow and support @5hahem on IG
Kris: A re-shoutout to Devin and Brit Kirkland- founders and CEO of Deon Libra, an adaptogenic stress care brand that is Black and queer owned. They won an Allure Best of Beauty Award, Ulta Beauty Accelerator, at the WWD beauty and wellness forum, just released their Smoove Exfoliating Cleaners - in addition to their Big Up Body Glaze and Unbothered Elixir. Follow and support their brand @deonlibra_ on IG
Jessamyn: My coworker - Angel Foster. She is a pilates instructor and incredible creator. Follow @angel.foster and listen to her podcast "The Foster"
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