I am a writer, and as such I am also a lover of words. The way some people might admire a pair of shoes, a car, or a work of art, I appreciate the masterful manipulation of language — especially when the message is both beautiful and intelligent. I regularly find inspiration between two quotation marks. My literary heroes are those who can use words like paint on a … [Read more...]
This article originally appeared in sdaction.org and is reprinted by permission In honor of Women's History Month, we honor black disabled women who have had a powerful impact. These women will inspire you to press on in spite of any obstacles self-imposed or societal -isms. Their work has left a legacy of bridge-building, radical self-love and advocacy we all strive … [Read more...]
In order to provide a safe and welcoming world for all women, it is important to discuss transgender and gender non-conforming identities and issues in society. Gender discrimination and violence are important issues in the U.S. and the world. Gender discrimination and violence of all kinds disproportionately impact Lesbian women, overly effeminate gay people, bisexual women, … [Read more...]
The Body Is Not an Apology
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