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Put It To Rest

Society Must Celebrate Women Who Move To The Rhythm Of Their Bodies

Despite the shackles of patriarchy, trauma, or body image.

Photo by Nicolas Ladino Silva on Unsplash

I often hear the phrase “move to the rhythm of your body” but what does it mean? In actuality, for many women, listening to their own body is something they can only tune into, and reenter, after a lot of internal healing.

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Lindsay Soberano-Wilson

Lindsay Soberano-Wilson

Poet | Teacher | Sex Positive Feminist | Top Writer | Editor: Put It To Rest & iPoetry. (BEd, MA) | Casa de mi Corazon: A Travel Journal of Poetry & Memoir.

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