If you haven’t read part 1 click here. This will not make sense if you haven’t read it! Quick disclaimer: I hold these beliefs but in no way am forcing them on the reader. My desire is to express what I believe and provide clarity to any intrigued mind concerning feminism and the Bible. We […]Read More Biblical Feminism Part 2
I am a follower of Jesus. Some may refer to me as a Christian, I prefer Jesus-follower although I do not shy away from the implications that come with being called a Christian. As a follower of Jesus I have dedicated the entirety of my life to knowing him, serving him, loving like him, being […]Read More Biblical Feminism Part 1
This is a post for all you NFL fans out there. I have never been into following sports, knowing every player’s name, date of birth and cup size but I can definitely appreciate watching some good competition, drinking a beer and being around friends. I get the experience. What I don’t get is the half […]Read More Three cheers for All-American Sexism
Our world is always changing! There are countless stories of interest for all of you dedicated feminists out there. For this week’s “News Roundup” there are a couple different categories including health, pop-culture-ish and good ol’ pink tax. Health Brazil is facing an epidemic of the Zika Virus which causes rare defects in infants. Government […]Read More News Roundup!
“I had a good conversation with Ben so now I feel good about myself again,” said Jubilee Sharpe, a contestant on this year’s season of The Bachelor. The terrifying implications of this statement are a testament to the overall vibe of the show and the demeaning values it perpetuates. Jubilee literally says she can only […]Read More Every Rose has its Thorn
Be kind: a familiar phrase that was spoken over me daily as a child. The words carried significance. They seemed to be the solution to whatever problems or struggles I may potentially face throughout the day. It was as if my parents were arming me with a metaphysical weapon possessing the capacity to fight my […]Read More Be Kind