Come on baby we have to leave Its going to be a long journey So pack lightly We have to struggle to get there But its going to be worth it you'll see The land is just and the rulers fair We'll have so many opportunities I'll work hard to give you a better life … Continue reading STOP SEPARATING FAMILIES!
Happy father's day to all of the wonderful men who are trying to hold it down for their families. To the brothers, uncles, grandfathers, and significant others who play the role of a father and a provider. And, to all the single fathers who are trying their best by their children. Your presence and efforts … Continue reading Happy Father’s Day!
Happy Mother's day to all of the mothers out there, the one's who are struggling, the one's who are pretending, the one's who are enjoying every minute, and to the one's who are just trying. Mother's day doesn't just celebrate mothers it also celebrates womanhood, how a collective group of women play a certain role … Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day!
What makes the perfect partner, is it their appearance, their job title, or their character? The question should be, does the perfect partner exist? My theory is simple there is no such thing as perfect, unless you are looking for an inanimate object. We are human beings, we are naturally flawed, but when we start … Continue reading Searching for the perfect partner
From my personal experience, it took me to have a child to understand the full range of emotions I was capable of having. I never knew I could love another being so much so that I am willing to sacrifice myself without giving it a second thought. But, with that feeling of love I also … Continue reading S. A. D.
If you look up the term for feminism it means a person ( does not specify gender) who believes in the equal rights of all sexes whether political, economical, personal, and social. The idea of feminism is great, the execution however not so much. Now, I agree with the idea of equality between all, and … Continue reading I may not be a feminist…
Happy International women's day, growing up in a house with the majority being female I feel like any day that gives women recognition is very important. Days like Mother's day and days celebrating women in history highlight the importance of women in society. It teaches little girls to be proud of their gender and empowers … Continue reading International Women’s Day
Postpartum or prenatal depression (PPD) occurs after childbirth, it affects many women. Some symptoms are anxiety, extreme sadness (crying), difficulty bonding with the baby, and irritability. Postpartum depression can last from one week up to a month, women who have had postpartum depression have a greater risk of developing major depression later on in life. … Continue reading Postpartum Depression
Took my son to see Balck Panther, it was beyond amazing! The movie portrays a world that wasn't effected by colonization and sexism. Men and women treated eachother equally, and people of different religions and ways of life co-existed in peace. Can you even imagine if such a place existed, how peaceful it would be? … Continue reading Black Panther
The 'me too' movement. Who started it, and what is the reason behind it? The phrase 'me too' was first trended by Taranda Burke on her MySpace account in 2006. She wanted women of color to use the phrase as a way to come forward and express themselves, women who dealt with or were dealing … Continue reading Guide to #Metoo