Breaking news yesterday (14 September) revealed that US immigration authorities have been forcefully sterilizing detained women. Across the board, the cries have been consistent: this will not be tolerated. By coincidence, this week is #PinkForPower week in the #TurnoutTogether campaign, a series of ten themed weeks leading up to Election Day in November. Pink Week... Continue Reading →
#ClimateQueens: "It is we who carry the fate of Mother Earth in our hands." Women are leading the way in Climate and Environmental sciences and protection.
Written, directed, produced and starred by Barbra Streisand, Yentl is an 80s jewel we need to appreciate a little more this year. Opposite Mandy Patinkin, Streisand is the title character, a woman in 1904 Poland raised by a single father in a small town in the days before women were allowed to learn scripture. As... Continue Reading →
Just a few minutes ago, I came to the realization that while I will always fight for you, I can't fight for you anymore. Adrian, I love you, but I can't emotionally afford to like you. Time and time again, you've suffocated me, hanged me, blinded me with red flags and I have ignored them,... Continue Reading →