The truth is never far from the surface, but it’s usually well-kitted.
An anonymous contributor dares the accused party to show their receipts or stay out of her way to justice.
The Ladies Room: “Imma do me, in and out of the ladies room. You do you boo. Just stay out of my way.”
Is Marriage bad for Women?: “I’m not saying that every married woman is unhappy. I AM saying that marriage was not created to benefit women.”
How to take a car rapide: […] feel free to sit down and wiggle your way onto the bench. Everyone will move. And anyways, they would all do the same if the roles were reversed!
The book you judge by its cover: My book, my judgment, my burden. […] misunderstood because of its skin.
Intentional Gospel: “I wanted books [with] dynamic characters they could relate with; characters who would then become constant affirmation-whispering companions during their internal monologues for years to come.”
Call Me Dami: “Strive high for yourselves and so other women can see you and know they belong too. Defy the mainstream media. You’re more than just a wife or a mother, and your skin does not limit you.”
Mind your head: “I remember an ex’s mother advising me that long hair was good because the men liked it. As if what I did with my hair was anybody’s business.”
Copy Cats: “We usually hear about representation in the work place or in the media, but representation of healthy relationships starts at home where our children are watching, learning and storing for later use.”