Category Archives: Feminism
I have been thinking a lot about how I wanted to respond to the conveyor belt of news articles regarding sexual harassment, sex offenders, and the #metoo movement. The climate is shifting, the air is charged with exhilaration and relief, … Continue reading
Today as I was walking from my car at the gas pump into the store, a man who was driving by me rolled down his window and made retching sounds like he was going to vomit. He then laughed, rolled … Continue reading
This post is about how feminist issues affect the average woman, and what to do to make a difference Continue reading
One more shower, just one more. The water is hot. I need it to burn.
Fact: A woman is raped. Alternative Fact: She is drunk. She is unreliable. She is the problem.
It is astounding how when you dive into the fundamental issue under every problem, be that political or trivial, equality – or lack thereof – is at the base. Equality, Judgement, Power.
I write for those women who do not speak, for those who do not have a voice because they were so terrified, because we are taught to respect fear more than ourselves. We’ve been taught that silence would save us, … Continue reading
He said, ‘If you prick us, do we not bleed?’ Shakespeare wrote of Jews, but read for I plead: What am I if not human? If not flesh? I am soft sensual curves; a fine wine. Curves meant for touching, curves meant for … Continue reading
I am woman. I am grace. I am wise. I am more than a gender; womanhood is my being.