Do you have a passion for social justice, feminist issues, mental health, or general nerd stuff? Do you have a fierce dedication to your work? Are you sarcastic and do you like memes? If you answered yes to these questions then send yourself our way! We are searching for people to be a part of… Continue reading Searching for Writers! Inquire Within.
Writers get your pens (pencils, leather-bound journals, keyboards, caffeinated beverages, alcoholic beverages, etc.) ready, NaNoWriMo started up yesterday! For those of you who may not know, National Novel Writing Month is an annual event in which writers from all around the world attempt to write a 50,000 word novel in just 30 days. Writers are well-known… Continue reading And They’re Off…
Pressed against your form Our interlocking hips colliding We became equals. Created from that same divine mold, Sketched with the same proportions. Golden stubble against my face. Somehow I’d captured the sun. Your skin tangled up in mine- That night our molecules combined. Flesh to flesh; this is not a blood oath, but a touch… Continue reading Sunset
Although my mother and I disagree on a lot of things (alright, alright… everything) I feel that becoming a mom has made me appreciate her more. Especially on a night like tonight. My to-do list is pages long and never ending, but with Halloween a mere 36 hours away, the most important thing I have… Continue reading On Sewing a Halloween Costume
In my quest to shed light on racial injustice in our country, I will be doing a five part series on the issues that breathe life into White Privilege. While there are many variables to this systemic inequality, I will be focusing on 5 main contributors; Slavery, Mass Incarceration, Police Brutality, Public Housing Developments, and… Continue reading 5 Ingredients for White Privilege Part 1: Slavery
2016 will be the first presidential election where I am informed enough to vote… so, with that in mind, I watched the third and final presidential debate yesterday. Although there are many things worth discussing, I feel that the most pressing matter in my eyes is women’s rights. I am a 24 year old single… Continue reading I’m a Nasty Woman, and I Support Late Term Abortions
“I am the Law and Order Candidate” Over the course of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, he has consistently referred to himself as the “Law and Order” candidate. If this does not terrify you, either you are privileged enough to not understand what this means or simply do not care. After hearing him speak on current… Continue reading Donald Trump: An Angry Cheeto and His Call for “Law and Order”