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Javacia Harris Bowser

Javacia Harris Bowser is a freelance writer and blogger based in Birmingham, Alabama, and she is the founder of See Jane Write, an award-winning website and community for women who write and blog. Javacia has written for a number of local, regional, and national media outlets including USA Today, Heart & Soul, Good Grit, and HerMoney.com. She loves books, brunch, and Beyoncé, and if you feed her tacos, she’ll be your best friend forever. Find Javacia on Twitter and Instagram @seejavaciawrite.

Javacia's Articles
, February 19, 2021
Black women have an edge when it comes to body confidence as we age. 3 top docs talk sexual satisfaction, self-care and radical self-acceptance — gravity, grays and all. 
, February 11, 2021
Dance your way to ‘A Joy Supreme’ with Boyz II Men, Thelma Houston and MC Lyte
, January 22, 2021
The beloved spiritual life coach joins AARP Live on Facebook. Whether you’re looking to fix your life or just need a jumpstart for the new year, you want to be in this virtual room.
, December 4, 2020
Our thought leaders’ transformative viewpoints on Black love, sisterhood, class, politics, justice and joy are here to help us navigate what’s next.
, November 13, 2020
Hormone shifts can mean you’re irritated during intimacy, your desire dwindles or you pee when … uh oh! Top docs offer simple helps and hacks to get your mojo back.
, October 2, 2020
Sex. Lies. Double lives. If you like secrets, tension or suspense, you’ll love these 7 books by Black authors.
, September 18, 2020
We have been a key voting bloc for decades, and we know what’s at stake this time around. ‘Sisters’ highlights issues driving us to the polls and ways to get involved.
, August 21, 2020
Drug-induced hair loss can be reversed. If you’re taking pills for pain, depression, glaucoma or for one of many other conditions, it’s worth a talk with your doctor.