Tag Archives: Rant

Massacre in Charleston, is mental illness to blame?

I fully disagree that mental illness had anything to do with Dylan Roof killing nine people in a Charleston church. People want to write off this level of hatred and harm as some kind of ‘crazy’, but the scary and … Continue reading

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Feminism vs. Egalitarianism…. Equality vs.Equity…. It’s all the same, right?

This reminds me of the analogy that says egalitarianism/feminism are like a race track… Egalitarianism is a race track where all runners begin from the same, straight line….. Since all start from the same point, it is equal for all, … Continue reading

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Dandelion Crazy… I am only as crazy as the world makes me… Just like a dandelion that loses its mind to the wind.

I have been having a lot of conversations recently around addictions, homelessness, mental health, abuse, and the like. Last night I went to an amazing benefit concert around mental health and heard some courageous people tell their stories and all … Continue reading

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I was homeless at 18 during my first year of college (not to mention some of my teen years during high school)… It made it incredibly difficult to function and attend classes. I ended up dropping out for a year … Continue reading

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Note to a troll….

I love the energy you use to thrust your bullshit down my throat. Newsflash: I don’t swallow 😉

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Police Motto

Instead of “To Serve and Protect”- the police motto should be: Easier to give cash than change. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/12/10/cops-give-gifts-instead-of-tickets-lowell_n_6301078.html

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The Reality of (UNINTENTIONALLY) Passing For A Socially Accepted Identity That I Do Not Own…

*This post isn’t about pitting those who pass, and those who don’t, against each other. For without an intersectional approach- we have gained nothing.* Firstly, I want to acknowledge that in a world that continually disenfranchises and marginalizes people based on … Continue reading

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