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Unpopular Opinion: Being Childfree is an Accomplishment

I have an unpopular opinion: I believe being childfree is an accomplishment. I can’t believe I made it to 28 without children despite all of the reproductive coercion I’ve experienced. 381 more words

Feminism

celebs can help change maternal health outcomes

I began my journey into the maternal wellness world as a concierge service for new and expecting moms which progressed to becoming a Postpartum Doula which I absolutely LOVED and led me to expand my services by starting… 943 more words

Black-moms

Help Support Women's Rights via Riffs

Bandcamp has the power to offer a platform for organisations to release music that can support political change. The era of Trump has seen the rise of policies that have been divisive and restrictive to women’s rights across a number of states, prompting many reactions from musicians who have used this forum to articulate their disdain of his policies. 135 more words

Black Flags Over Brooklyn

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Writing Roe, Writing Myself

Writing post-abortion is like a patchwork quilt. There is nothing to make sense of, and a reader unwilling to hold contradictions or unproductive conclusions may not make it to the end.  2,444 more words

Stained Thighs

I gave thought to the idea
of blood
running down my thigh
from my blossoming bud
and I felt relief
in imagining the way that it would dye… 33 more words

Poem

Child Marriage is a misnomer, it’s actually Sex Trafficking

It’s 2019, and people need to understand that child marriage is a misogynistic, oppressive and gross misnomer. 451 more words

Feminism

You Make Decisions Because You Love Yourself: A Personal Story of Abortion

(Content Warning: This post contains language about rape and abortion.)

When I was 22, I faced an unintended pregnancy. I was single, underemployed, and completing the last remaining credits of my bachelor’s degree. 1,115 more words

Activism