The Day Most Husbands Buy Gifts For: Valentine's Day, February 14
What I Wish They Were Buying Gifts For: Black Love Day, February 13
Black Love Day 2024: Soul Remodeling, LLC and the African American Holiday Association, will honor the 31st Annual Black Love Day celebration, Tuesday, February 13, 2024. Celebrate by showing love, forgiveness, and acceptance among black people through action on this day.
Soul Remodeling will join community members in hundreds of cities nationwide to highlight the benefits of black love and offer keepsake Unity Bundle gifts to strengthen and promote it in Charlotte-Metro’s Black community.
“I offer “The King and Queen Intimacy Experience™”-a personalized path of Intimacy Gifts tailored to unique intimacy needs and desires- to a husband who needs to have more pleasure and fulfilling intimacy with his wife.
She continued, “God’s love and black love has always mattered to the black community and Americans of African descent. This promotion celebrates both”, explained Soul Remodeling’s Founder and Intimacy Innovator, Mrs. Monique Harris.
Five Tenets of Black Love Day
“The King and Queen Intimacy Experience™” benefits all five tenets of Black Love Day. They are highlighted in our Commemorative Candle’s design-
Love the Lord: It is about love for the creator.
Love thy self: It is about love for yourself.
Love thy family: It is about love for your family.
Love thy community: It is about love for/within the black community.
Love thy race: It is about love for the black race.
Black Love Day's Founder and Origin
Black Love Day was created in 1993 by Ayo Handy-Kendi, popularly known as ‘Mama Ayo,’ an author, breathologist, and founder of the African American Holiday Association (AAHA). In January 1993, Handy-Kendi watched Malcolm X shot down by other black people, and was particularly moved by the incident. As she sat alone on a bus on her way back home, her thoughts drifted to what she could do to stop the violence and engender peace. Recalling that moment, Handy-Kendi said — “I heard the creator say to me that we need more black love.” This was what inspired her to celebrate Black Love Day in February that year. After losing her son to an act of violence, she celebrated the day once again, the following year.
SOME BENEFITS OF...
For the Husband: Your love will reconnect you to pleasure with one another, eliminating seeking outside sources for stimulation and satisfaction. He will gain understanding, hope, and options for intimacy with his wife; dispelling the beliefs that he:
-Is being punished for past sins
-Has to accept a sexless marriage
-Must find ways to remain faithful without fulfillment.
For the Wife: She will reclaim and embrace her sensual and sexual power, conquering the complex prison that is limiting her from experiencing pleasure and desires after sexual assault or abuse.
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For the Marriage: Our personalized Experiences allow husbands to lead their wives with God & His instructions, instead of talking out your business with other people. You keep your privacy and a level of anonymity while restoring intimacy and your marriage.
You can also use our tailored Experiences to supplement or enhance therapy or counseling.
For the Children: This teaches your kids healing restoration in marriage. We involve them in platonic intimacy, fostering emotional bonds, trust, and support. This helps build strong friendships and family connections based on care and understanding, without romance.