Vaginas in the Media
This is How You Vagina is getting some great press coverage. Scroll to learn all about how Vaginas are taking over the media...
ABC-7 Chicago News
Dr. Williams discusses how to discover ways to make Black business work. She also discusses This is How you Vagina.
The "Sex with Dr. Jess" Show
Dr. Williams visits with Dr. Jess, PhD. sexologist and renowned podcaster to discuss what IS a "normal" vagina? We also have quite the intersting discussion about Dr. Williams' new book!
Female sexual anatomy, especially the vagina, is one of the most politicized, misconstrued and misunderstood aspects of human biology.
Reset meets an OB-GYN who demystifies and empowers the vagina in her new book.
GUEST: Dr. Nicole Williams, OB-GYN and founder of The Gynecology Institute of Chicago; author of the new book, This is How You Vagina: All About Your Vajayjay and Why You Probably Shouldn’t Call it That.
Sadly, there is great shame and stigma associated with our vaginas. And generally, where there’s shame, there’s fear and misinformation. Thankfully, Dr. Nicole Williams, a Chicago-based, board certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist, is on a mission to educate. In her new book, This Is How You Vagina, she explains simply that all your vagina really needs is soap, water and sunshine. We had the chance to speak to Dr. Williams about common misconceptions about this fascinating organ.
With Jordan D'Nelle. Dr. Nicole Williams educates us about different gynecological cancers - uterine, cervical, and ovarian. She also discusses her book, This Is How You Vagina, where she talks about all the questions you might have had about your vagina.
The Black Women's Health Imperative
Dr. Williams speaks with health educator, Queing J. of The Black Women's Health Imperative on IG Live about the myriad ways that equality and gender/ethnic parity can be achieved. Of course, she also discuses This is How You Vagina.
Dr. Williams speaks with fellow vagina advocate, Hannah Matluck of the Podcast the V Hive, all about some of the reasons why women perceive their vaginas as they do in a modern society. We also discuss itchy vaginas, menopausal vaginas, and how to overcome sexual pain and to embrace pleasure.
Hi SwagHer Fam! This is Janet Downs. Today, I’m chatting with Dr. Nicole E. Williams, board-certified gynecologist, and founder of the Gynecology Institute of Chicago. Her new book, “This Is How You Vagina: All About the Vajayjay and Why You Probably Shouldn’t Call It That“, launched September 21st.
Urbane Magazine, the premier African-American lifestyle magazine of Arkansas, with Black owned bookseller, Pyramid Art and Books, has chosen This is How you Vagina as a Reader's Choice selection for the fall! Look out for our discussion with Pyramid Books on Tuesday, October 19th.
Wake Up With Marci on CBS New York- WLNY- TV
Wake Up with Marci is all about inspiration, seeking joy, finding solace, learning and loving. This uplifting show is a weekly female-focused talk show featuring guests and feel-good stories from across the United States. Marci and Dr. Williams had a great conversation about what women can do to empower themselves and feel comfortable in their own skin.
Dr. Williams speaks with midday host, Perri Small on WVON. We take a deep dive into the history of vaginas, why we think what we do about them, and WHAT we can do to change that. We also discuss racial and ethnic issues. Click for the FB Live version of the talk.
More to come...
Thanks to Chicago Mayor, Lori Lightfoot, when this gynecologist gifted her a copy of This is How You Vagina at a fundraiser. Thanks, Lori! Hope you enjoyed the book...