I must say this article is really less about Hillary, but about my views about how women should go about supporting each other. Let’s try to hold each other to the right standard and support them in the same way we support men. Let’s stop holding ourselves to a higher and more unrealistic standard, and stop burdening ourselves for no apparent reason. We make mistakes, we are human. If we aren’t forgiving our fellow women than we probably aren’t forgiving ourselves. And trust me, men are not thinking twice about it, and moving on to the next thing. Continue reading Being a Woman in a Man’s World: My Thoughts on Hillary with a Pinch of Pat Summitt
I want to write about consent, because there are not enough of us, who have never been sexually assaulted, talking about the issue… Continue reading Can We Talk about Consent?
I never imagined writing about anything around the subject… Continue reading Oh Me, Oh My: My Journey To Get In Touch With My Inner Girl
“I say there is no darkness but ignorance.” William Shakespeare It’s been a while since I’ve been actually upset for a Monday Fit, but I am today and I have been fuming for quite a bit. I posted only a quote from Ms. Virginia Woolf last week, because I hadn’t quite formed my thoughts into my brain, because all I could see was red. One … Continue reading How Ignorant is Your Bliss (The Monday Fits)
As the year closes, there a number of different topics that I find bubbling up in my mind. But what I find that happens all too often, are the issues that are most important, where the passion overflows are closer to “first-world problems” than pressing matters. You know the problems from living in a wealthy, industrialized nation that third worlders roll their eyes. These really … Continue reading The Monday Fits: First World Faux Pas All Around
A·mer·i·can dream noun the ideal that every US citizen should have an equal opportunity to achieve success and prosperity through hard work, determination, and initiative. The origins of the American Dream are unknown, but this underlying theme has lasted with America for over 200 years dating back to the colonial time period. It is engrained in the very fabric of this country. And there are some people … Continue reading The Fight For Our American Dream
“Okay, I promise I’m not a feminist. Well, I mean I am a feminist based on the definition, but I don’t want to be called a feminist, because I’m not a man hating, over-sexed, abortion pushing, I need my birth control free kind of woman,” – For starters, feminism has never been about any of those things, and if you think it is, just stop … Continue reading FLAWED: Society’s Critique on Beyonce and Feminism