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Quick Story.

It all began with a mooning at the age of 5.

Allow me to explain.

When I was young, I was the fat kid. In kindergarten, I was harassed by the class bully. One day during nap time, the teacher left the room. The class bully used this as an opportunity to taunt me. I got off my mat, walked over to where he was lying, dropped my panties and told him to kiss my you know what. Laughter erupted as the teacher returned to witness my glory blowing in the wind. I was busted and got into a little trouble. I didn’t care. The bully never bothered me again and my other classmates became my allies.

A few days later, my father shared the story with family members.

He chuckled when he said,”That girl is just like me. I’m proud of her. She stood up for herself.” And, in that moment, I learned a valuable lesson.

When you speak up for yourself you may experience a little trouble, but you gain respect and usually get what you want.

I’ve been encouraging others to speak up for themselves ever since.


From student journalism to social activist to public broadcasting to wellness coach to author to public speaker to artist to business owner, expressing ones truth and self mastery has been my work.

DownLow Sister OnTop (Buy now) is a celebration of the African American bisexual woman who has lived her life under the radar. It exposes her vulnerabilities and fears while simultaneously revealing a woman who is fearless in her determination to live in her authenticity.  The African American bisexual woman, in her mastery of the four arts; lieing, social networking, power of  influence and selfishness makes her a quintessential leading edge lover poised to usher others into unconditional love.

Jenise Brown sits at the helm of this well-conceived and very passionate movement. View the book here.

Ask the Bisexual:  Incomplete Guide to Identifying A Bisexual debunks some of the ridiculousness surrounding bisexuality and  invites the reader to rethink ignorance. With humor and sincerity Ask the Bisexual takes  the top ten false premises and flip them on their backs with truth . Any resemblance to all bisexuals or heterosexuals or homosexuals or any other orientation, is strictly coincidental and highly probable.