Originally posted in Washington Post’s “In Theory” section.
The first time I can remember hearing the word “feminist” in any capacity was in middle school, back when we had to complete presentations on suffragists during Women’s History Month. However, it wasn’t my book report on Susan B. Anthony (or whomever it was) that served as my introduction to feminism.
Originally posted on VerySmartBrothas.
When I was watching the first episode of Black-ish, I felt a certain level of understanding of Anthony Anderson’s worry of his kids retaining their culture/identity/hood pass, as I’m sure most of us did. For me though, it extends beyond the “black in America” experience. Continue reading
*Originally written January 16, 2015
One of my biggest flaws is my extreme unwillingness to display weakness of any sort. Continue reading
*Originally written May 29th, 2014
Men, in general, seem to have a really hard time understanding the nuances of a woman’s existence outside of absolutes. Continue reading