“[Men] all quietly agree to undermine any man that challenges the status quo while denigrating the women that do demand [better].”
Tribute to my grand mother who would have been laid to rest today…if not for social distancing.
Anxiety: “For many, never before has work presented itself in this magnitude of both burden and luxury at the same time”
An ode to the self awareness necessary for a life worth living, ‘Black Noise’ echoes the need to constantly look inward.
Black Girl Magic is indeed powerful. In this post, we explore how we release some of that magic when we speak up and speak our truths, even when it feels terrifying.
‘I’m still me’ reflects a woman’s struggle with identity loss. Using her name change as a metaphor, she walks us through her painful rebirth.
Mothers/Martyr Day invites us to question whether we are celebrating women’s suffering as just what ‘Motherhood’ is.
Let’s discuss what we are taking for granted when we adopt choice feminism.
Mommy/work guilt:Similar to the one before, it’s difficult to be ‘present’ anywhere. At work you feel guilty for leaving your child at home. At home, you feel guilty about all the work that you have not completed. Need I say more? Don’t even get me started on work related travel and the emotions/logistics of whether…