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Rebekah Sager

Rebekah Sager is an award-winning journalist and published author with over a decade of experience as a general assignment reporter and writer. She has contributed to the Washington Post, Hollywood Reporter, Playboy, VICE, and more. Her work is featured in Chicken Soup for the Soul: I'm Speaking Now: Black Women Share Their Truth in 101 Stories of Love, Courage, and Hope.
Rebekah Sager's Articles
, July 23, 2021
Shout out your sister-friends for National Girlfriends Day with handwritten notes from the heart.
, May 14, 2021
‘I love us connecting with nature, growing, producing and building healthy communities,’ says one girlfriend with a green thumb.
, May 7, 2021
Stream these free fitness sessions featuring Black instructors and a mix of moves from fat-burning to dance and yoga.
, April 16, 2021
Are you looking to switch up your home sweat sessions? You can find free fitness inspiration online.
, March 5, 2021
From biking in Dubai to a run on the beach in Mexico, these free video tours will make your cycling, treadmill or walking-in-place workout feel like a true escape.
, December 22, 2020
Lovers of nature walks, needlework, novels and other pastimes are creating sister-friendly sites to commune and connect. Check out these 7 spaces that center Black Girl Joy.
, April 6, 2020
The right personal lubricant makes good loving great. These five varieties can enhance seduction or self-pleasure.
, April 6, 2020
Enjoying lovemaking or self-pleasure can unlock your inner power, boost your confidence, lead to less burnout at work and more.
, December 27, 2019
Some fans of this trendy eating plan report weight loss and increased energy — all without counting calories. Here’s what happened when I tried it.
, July 12, 2019
GirlTrek brings Black women together for weekly walks in neighborhoods across the country.