The Best Of SuzyKnew! From 2021

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As we try to do every year,  we are re-publishing the articles that received the most views during 2021.  Take a look to see what SuzyKnew! readers found important in 2021 before we move on to 2022:

Last Day To Watch “The Business Of Birth Control

Ladies, today is the last day to watch the documentary The Business of Birth Control, which was the subject of the last  SuzyKnew! post.

The documentary sheds a harsh light on hormonal birth control. Hormonal Birth control was and remains revolutionary. SuzyKnew! features posts and information on different birth control options including hormonal as well as non-hormonal.


Fertility Friday: Do You Have Low Progesterone?

Ladies, this weekend SuzyKnew! shares Fertility Friday’s podcast on how to deal with low progesterone.

The majority of the questions Fertility Friday receives via emails and DMs are related to progesterone issues.

How do you know if you have low progesterone?

Below are the most common ways low progesterone shows up in the menstrual cycle:

  • Short luteal phases (10 days or less)
  • Premenstrual spotting
  • Moderate to severe PMS symptoms (during the week prior to your period)

Other possible symptoms include heavy periods (menorrhagia), low basal body temperatures, and even recurrent miscarriage.


ASK JANICE SPECIAL: We Have A Black-Asian VEEP, And She’s A Woman!

Vice President Kamala D. Harris. Writing and saying those words will never get old.

On Wednesday, January 20, 2021, the United States of America swore in former Senator Kamala Harris as the 49th Vice President. For the first time in its 245 year history, the nation known as the world’s greatest democracy has its first woman seated just a heartbeat away from the presidency. And not just any woman: a Black and Asian woman!

This. Is. HUGE!


Short Christmas Stories By Famous And Everyday Black Women

Below, SuzyKnew! republishes a post from December 2019 sharing a radio broadcast, a couple of poems, and news stories on Christmas by famous and everyday Black women

Looking For Black Santa, Leoneda Inge, WUNC, North Carolina Public Radio December 2011

Durham, North Carolina is one of the most diverse communities in the state. Mayor Bill Bell likes to say it’s the city with NO racial majority. Then why is it so hard to find an African American Santa Claus?

….Two years ago, I found the cutest 1970s photo of me and my younger sister sitting on a white Santa’s lap. I loved the photo so much, I decided to make it my annual holiday card. But before the copies went out – I asked a friend to do a little photo-shopping – to give Santa a tan. Now that really made me smile. I mailed it to black friends and white friends, relatives and co-workers – they loved it!

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