Bernice Wooden was born and raised in the Red Hook Houses in South Brooklyn, New York. She earned an M.F.A. Degree in Television Production from Brooklyn College in 2013.
Since 2007, Bernice Wooden has produced video content for fortune 500 corporations such as Proctor & Gamble, Visa, MTV Network, Panasonic and GfK. She is also a Master Networker and Speaker who teaches people how to authentically build personal and business relationships in her workshops. As a result, she’s had the pleasure to interview over 100 influential people in the entertainment industry. From singers, comedians and actors, it is all in a days work.
Wooden owns Be Nice Productions, which is a full-service production company based out of New York City.
This is her first book and she looks forward to writing more in the future. She currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.
years of celibacy
years of enlightenment
“It's crazy what you can talk yourself out of when you're scared and into when you're not.”
– Missy Welsh
My words tell many stories
I go super deep and get really personal about my past relationships.
One painful day changed the trajectory of my life.
It’s the only way I know how to be.
I share what keeps me sane on this journey and how to be my best self.
“A kiss that is never tasted is forever and ever wasted.”
– Billie Holiday
BERNICE L. WOODEN takes us on a humorous journey through celibacy as she candidly shares personal stories around her inspiration to “keep her lips closed.” While starting her journey over 7 years ago at the age of 26, she has decided to “bare all” about her past sex life and what she expects from her partner in the future. How to get a Degree in Celibacy is not just your typical step-by-step guide, it is a raw look on the journey of sex as an entrepreneur, educator, and entertainer. Grab your tea or wine and a seat honey, it’s time to talk about S-E-X!
“I think part of being an adult is leaving the fairytale behind.”
– Rashida Jones
Bernice Wooden tells a heartfelt story of one woman's journey to define herself and set her own path. Honest, inspiring, though-provoking and fun, Wooden's book is a Girl's Guide To Not Getting It On.
– Elizabeth David-Dembrowsky, Esq. Good Counsel Services
An open and honest shared journey of celibacy, filled with advice and opportunities for self reflection for women who are embarking or are already on their journey of self discovery.
– Mya Wilson, Author of Do Different and Love You Still
With today's pressure to conform to the norm, Bernice Wooden shines a light on this ``taboo`` subject by empowering woman to be liberated in their option to abstain from sex. Pussy power is the new black!