October means many things to many people, but for those who have lose someone—or battled themselves—against the disease of breast cancer, October represents remembrance and hope, life and grace. Arguably the most popular cancer remembrance month, October may be associated with ghouls and ghosts, black cats and witches, but it is also laced with pink… Read More Quit Saving the “Tatas”
Women don’t poop: as funny as it sounds, we’ve all heard it. Though * most * of us have probably never failed for this exaggerated myth, there are other misconceptions about women that people do believe. In fact, there are many myths about women that are widely accepted in our culture.
He’s the man of the hour, the presidential candidate with the most potential, and he’s the leader that will turn this country around. He’s Bernie Sanders.
I have this friend named Kayah. You might remember her from my previous blog post addressing transgender identity. This week I’ve brought her back into the spotlight due to a potentially dangerous situation she was in a couple of weeks ago. This is her story.
It was last fall. I was visiting some of my friends at their college campus. The afternoon was beginning to creep to a close and I had a long drive home, and school the next morning. My friend Melanie was nice enough to walk with me to my car, which was parked right on the… Read More Scared for My Life
With the current outbreak of police violence, many people of all races and genders are finding themselves outraged by the action of America’s police forces. With lives at stake and lost at the hands of police, people have more than enough reasons to feel hatred and show disapproval of our police system.