Ableism is and Epidemic

It’s been almost thirty years since the birth of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed, almost thirty years since differently-abled individuals were offered protection from discrimination in all areas of life, including school, work, transportation, etc. And yet, almost thirty years after that legislation was passed, the way that we, as a society, […]

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The Real Consequences of Reality TV

Reality TV is addictive and a majority of television viewers have found themselves ten episodes deep into a marathon of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Bravo darlings such as Vanderpump Rules and The Real Housewives, or this season’s favorite show to hate, The Bachelor. It’s difficult to deny the temptation of watching as the lives […]

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I-U-Me? A Few Things You Should Know About IUDs

With the recent political landscape continuously taking a turn for the worst whilst simultaneously turning against immigrants, refugees, POC, the LGBTQ+ community, Muslims, public and special education programs and women’s rights, etc. it’s become a scary America to exist in. And, with Congressional spite fueling and unnecessary repeal (without a logical replacement, but that’s of […]

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Stay Nasty

Today, I find myself in a precarious position of devastation, desperation and helplessness. I, like a majority of Americans who voted, did not want to see this cabinet replace that of the Obama Administration. I, like a majority of Americans, felt that when it came to deciding between a highly qualified, experienced woman and a […]

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