The fifth entry in Sula Journals by poet Nicole Shanté White on the toxicity of social media and relearning self-love.
A series of drawings created as a reminder to break out of negative thoughts about yourself.
“Sometimes I just want to lay naked next to a lover. Sometimes I want to sleep alone. It is important to recognize that I also need to learn how to receive a “no.” I don’t want any of my sexual partners to operate under the assumption that their body belongs to me.”
“As human beings we all need security, love, and social belonging. We all want to belong and receive love from others but at the same time we should want healthy, fulfilling, and satisfying love.”