There is something ugly going on in the United States of America; a country frightened by the idea of ungoverned female sexuality while at the same time glamorizing sexuality as … Continue reading
We all know the stereotypes of frats: rowdy, drunk, fun, jocks and misogynistic. But it’s a stereotype and doesn’t mean it applies to all members. Which is why it’s always … Continue reading
Dear Me (and You), Sitting in the cubicle your fingers twitching with the monotony as you pen repetitive emails over and over and over again; “please let me know of … Continue reading
New Yorkers always remember that day on every 9/11 anniversary and any given day in between. We can never forget.
This post was published in ‘End Sex Trafficking: Let’s Be Impossible to Ignore’ One quiet and beautiful day we had a church group from Hawaii, touring Thailand to learn about … Continue reading
While in the car today, teeth chattering as I tried to defrost from the 17 degree temperature outside, I informed my mother how I had had the unfortunate experience of … Continue reading
The following post was originally seen on Spring – Inspiration in Bloom. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ How brave is it to be generous with your heart? How hard is it to be giving … Continue reading