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Loving Your Inner Hoe

In his new book, the Love Guru teaches men how to unlock self-healing powers they didn’t know they had…

By Ben Benson

Sex is natural and an integral part of adult life; however, while many of us share it with lovers, partners and even strangers, we often feel uncomfortable discussing it.

Byron Jamal was one of those people. When he recognized how his own sexual hang-ups were harming himself and people around him, he decided to dig deeper into its source. The former pastor confronted his sexual shame, the trauma from his youth, and the stigma he was carrying, and decided to abandon conventional views on sex and sexuality and develop his own approach to sex.

In How To Heal A Hoe, the bisexual author combines the spiritual principles he preached to his congregation with the practical everyday techniques he uses today in his sex therapy practice, live seminars and digital programs. He is known to his thousands of fans – single and married men of all sexual orientations – as the “Love Guru.”

Some of the topics Jamal coaches men on include overcoming the stigma, shame and trauma of their past; expanding the range of their emotional intimacy; ditching destructive sexual traits; and owning their journey through a self-healing approach. His biggest aim is to help men transform themselves into their best version.

In How To Heal A Hoe, readers learn to identify their sexual vulnerabilities and pain points, and find their own path to healing. They also learn to love themselves, their bodies and their passions, as they are – as God created them to be. “Loving your inner hoe is the key to a healthy sexual love journey,” Jamal explains.

Byron Jamal’s How To Heal A Hoe is available on Amazon.

BEN BENSON is a freelance journalist and book reviewer who covers stories of Black interest for the Edge online news network. He currently attends New York University, majoring in English education.

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