Teacher and best-selling author. Mother and media personality. Creatrix and CEO of The School of Womanly Arts. Feminist.
I am here to reclaim the eternal, grief-soaked majesty of the Feminine
— from within a culture that doesn’t know what that even means yet.
I am here to uphold the exquisite wholeness of women.
I am here to celebrate our darkness, our rage, and our grief.
And then, I am here to turn on our joy.
I am here for our bodies — bruised, depleted, shamed, and worthy, right, perfect, beautiful, hot, wise. Alive.
I am here for orgasm and lust.
For the virgin and the whore, who is all of us.
And I am here for sisterhood.
Thank you for being here with me.
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The School of Womanly Arts offers creative, immersive, experiential, in-person learning curriculum for women — programs unlike any on earth — and students come from all over the world to study with Mama Gena. They are women of color, indigenous women, white women. They love men, women, both, neither, and people in-between and beyond. They are cisgender, transgender, and still trying to find the words. They span financial classes and they span generations. They come from different faiths, or none. They’ve all been shaped by life, and wounded by it, too. And through their different experiences, they become one another’s teachers, a learning community of sisters.
Regena is the New York Times bestselling author of the revolutionary Pussy: A Reclamation, as well as several other bestsellers: Mama Gena’s School of Womanly Arts, Mama Gena’s Owner’s and Operator’s Guide To Men, and Mama Gena’s Marriage Manual.
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