April 2016

Thea Dirton “I think my son has autism…” as the thought swam around in my head, I immediately wanted to reject it. However, as an educator I knew that early detection and action was the key. After discussing the thought with my husband and mother and having my fears dismissed,

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Queens… These are the stats. What are your thoughts on rapists having rights to the children that they share with their rape victims?

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Basma El-Gabry Egypt hasn’t been in its best state for the last several decades. Currently, it is not the best choice for young, innovative women. Like many nations, we have been facing many political, economical, and educational problems. Whenever I’m very close to losing hope for my country, I’ve discovered

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Myca Swazer Violence against women has definitely increased over time. The more women say no to men’s advances, the more men let their egos and misogynist views control their reactions. It seems as if they just can’t take no for an answer. In recent months, attacks on straight and lesbian

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Grace Diaz “Sexual energy is creative energy – think what it means if our flow is stopped! It means we’ve blocked parts of our creativity. And it means there is part of our sexuality that we haven’t explored. That we don’t know exists…I believe that we have barely scratched the

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Skai Juice Money is such a sensitive topic… It’s like religion and politics.  People want to have strong opinions outwardly but when it comes to their own personal beliefs, it becomes hush hush.  Let’s talk about it.  Money is needed!  Bottom line.  No matter what type of lifestyle you are

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Queen Afi Gaston I Cry a River of Tears: The Saga of Sexual Abuse I cry a river of tears because someone decided that I needed to fondle with them in some type of way. Someone decided that I was the best child for the job. Someone decided that my

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Brid Wade I confess, I’m not a fan of feminism, nor do I know much about it.  In fact, I reject ‘isms’ across the board.  You cannot put a tag on any group of people because each human is an individual and the chances of finding two the same, aside

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Eula M. Guest My abuse was a slow progression. It started off as put downs, jokes at my expense, constant comments about my cooking abilities.  It started verbal with comments about my hair, weight, and skin. It was a constant endless sad joke that never ended.  I was married to

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