Announcement: Guest Blog Launch
Healthy Dating: Love & Sex Smartygirlleadership original content
The staff of SmartyGirlLeadership Media is proud to launch a love and sex relationship tutorial series which will be launched on Smartygirlleadership.com this fall. Special thanks to Emily Lindin and Michael Zack for helping to shape this press release.
The preparation has taken two years of hands-on research, apprenticeships with experts, and field studies that we can’t wait to tell you about.
For these groundbreaking studies of modern relationships we would like to thank NuReality Productions of Berkeley California for inviting our Editor-in-Chief Renee Marchol to delve into a trove of sexologist interviews for what may become previously taboo subjects.
Highlights include presenting valuable consumer information and opposing viewpoints on the following topics
- Needed medical insurance coverage for sexual aids for wounded vets returning with wounds that affect their love life
- Reducing social stigma and increasing accessibility to sexual education and inclusion of adults living with disabilities.
- reduce and prevent intimate partner violence for all by utilizing empathy training, sex therapy, anger management and other wellness resources
We all know that Love and Sex philosophies can clash at the office, on the soccer field, in the lab or during commute home from work. Our hope is to provide an entertaining and useful tutorial debuting October 2015 only on smartygirl leadering exploring how we can increased healthy relationships with the people we meet, including platonic relationships between polyamorous and asexual individuals, and even neighbors.
Our expert, opinionated and rational bloggers and contributors are tapped for their diversity of views across overlapping political and personal circles.
This has been our mission and vision since the pilot blog SmartyGirlHome before our SmartyFella allies joined our crew. Our neighborhood is neighborhood Earth, for now. Our dream for this educational and entertaining resource is progress working more efficiently through our lifetime of bucket list items. For the dreamers, thinkers, doers and visionary lovers, we already can anticipate through space exploration new solutions to combat scarcity here at home, and home for humans that might include expand beyond the third rock from the sun.
Citizen Journalism Big Idea Origin
Our leadership, Editor-in-Chief Renee Marchol is the descendent of Christian C.S. Cheng. He served time in a political labor camp for his views of international cooperation and futurism. His skill set? Arts plus Technology. A surgeon, music conductor and man of faith he was a triple threat to those seeking to divide, deny and oppress. He also had an unforgettable sense of humor as Renee’s “Mommy” recounted even into her last two years of fond Daddy & Daughter stories before Renee’s first hero died in 2013. Renee’s “Mommy” was 85-years-old when she passed. Paramedics that include a proud Marine reported that Renee’s “Mommy” ’til the end winked and gave a smile to ambulance transport to her memory care home and dialysis center until her final day.
This is a salute to lives well lived by SmartyFellas and SmartyGirls past, present and future. Special Thanks to Documentary Filmmaker Shanice Johnson for her interview with Renee Marchol that gave Renee courage to reveal that she is descended from men and women of conviction, who frankly have served time.
Additional thanks to Women in Tech Artists Regina Larre Campuzano and Amanda Wallace for encouraging Renee to share a small piece of her personal reasons for content scheduling for four years and counting for equipping others to close the wage gap, apply best practices from business school and leadership theory.
*Please Note: Kindly send comments to staff@smartygirlleadership attn: Letters to the Editor for an interactive community who will help us learn and correct our oversights. We anticipate we will be receiving an in-service training to understand more about transsexual, asexual, pansexual and other identities that are included in our readership and friendship.
We anticipate this to be a controversial series and welcome our community to speak with each other and about one another with friendship and respect.
Editors Erica Tyler & Renee Marchol