I’ve learned that waiting until you’re older to have a relationship is not only wise but necessary. You don’t know what you want in your teens or early twenties. You’re exploring; you’re having fun. I feel that by the time most of us reach our late twenties/early thirties we have a better idea of who … More Why I think it’s better to wait for your mate
In my experience, when you focus on yourself instead of on boys, your career flourishes, you flourish, and you learn. That doesn’t mean you can’t date boys along the way. By all means date, date assholes, learn from them but don’t ever stay stuck and don’t ever give up anything — your career, morals, and … More An Ode to Girls
http://www.webmd.com/baby/news/20010320/number-1-cause-of-death-in-pregnant-women-murder After reading the novel, “Men Explain Things to Me”, by Rebecca Solnit which I found funny and sarcastic and yet so truthful and gut wrenching– I was surprised to learn about many things I had not known prior. I am not reserved in my opinions but I also always go by facts and evidence … More Pro Choice or Pro Convenience? 64% of abortions are forced or coerced–usually by male partners or relatives
My take on this poem is that, a woman’s physical appearance shouldn’t determine her worth in society, but apparently it does and that’s the first thing that people notice. This speech is empowering and definitely resonates. We place more value on a woman’s beauty than on her personality, knowledge, wisdom, intellect, and choices. I … More “My Vagina is Already Vijazzled Enough”- A Feminist’s viewpoint on Olivia Gatwood & Megan Falley Poems
Do fathers have equal say in custody battles? I believe so, most of the time. … More Fathers Not Getting Custody?
Featuring Gabriela Schumann and her friend who are beginners and yet seem to nail the sport effortlessly. This is a prelude to my next article about women in Sports and the huge disparity and sexism that goes with it. As a young 24-year-old woman myself, I found that I also want to pursue skate boarding … More Girls Can’t Skate, Right?