Happy Women’s History Month!! in honor of this magnificent month, I wanted to highlight some amazing women of color that have impacted the world for the better.Read More Important Women in History
Snow days in February are made for TV and movie binge watching, a great way to relax and kick back on a bonus day off. During my recent snow day, I watched a couple of movies that were recommended to me. The first movie I watched was Hidden Figures, a biographical drama about three African […]Read More Give Credit Where Credit is Due
Contemplations on sensuality, sexuality, and the erotic.Read More Twerk to Heal
Addressing the sexist questions female celebrities are askedRead More Why So Sexist?
Has “simp” become the new term to discourage men from being respectful and caring?Read More WELCOME TO SIMP NATION.
Dealing with a monthly period is not pleasant, especially with the stigma that comes along with it. Imagine if men were to have periods and how different menstruation would be treated?Read More If Men Had Periods
In this collaborative post, we discuss our experiences with imposter syndrome and how to address this issue.Read More You’re not an imposter!
I am ashamed to admit, as of recently, I had not been keeping up-to-date on particular healthcare concerns that have been building up since the Trump Administration took office. I am explicitly referring to what is currently sparking panic and outrage for many women all over the country (2.4 million to be exact) – the […]Read More Planned Parenthood and the Title X Gag Rule
Why we should wait to fill this icons seatRead More RBG I’m So Sorry
Recently I was thinking about my kids. No, I do not currently have kids, nor do I plan on having kids until I am at least 36 (because I need my 18 years back). But I was thinking about how I would be as a father, and I started to spiral into this deep worry […]Read More I’VE BEEN THINKING ABOUT MY FUTURE KIDS AND PRIVILEGE