What was that? I asked myself that question after each interaction with my former manager. Was it sexual harassment or was it merely inappropriate workplace flirting? I thought it was sexual harassment in the sense that if I was a male employee, he would have undoubtedly treated me differently. He wouldn’t have commented on my … Continue reading On Aziz Ansari, Assault, Affirmative Consent and Uncertainty
On using a few texts out of context in order to oppress women: “The teacher walked into the room, strode up to the whiteboard, and wrote the following list: SEX. SUPPER. SUBMISSION. She then said, “Ladies, these three S’s are the best way to remember your role in marriage.” I could feel Amy stiffen in … Continue reading Sex, Supper, Submission – The Junia Project
Reposting and filing this away for safe keeping. Something tells me I might need this later: “In the predawn quiet before the world reanimated itself, my phone lit up, announcing an incoming call from a friend I absolutely love. She’s an early riser like me, so we have high-energy conversations at obnoxious hours of the … Continue reading For Colored Girls in Their 30s and 40s Who Feel Like Life May Have Passed Them By
I have too many Google chrome tabs open, so let me just leave this right here and go back to searching the interwebs… “Everything we think we know about false accusers is wrong.” Source: The truth about false rape accusations — Quartz Continue reading The truth about false rape accusations — Quartz
Every time I read something about resolutions I’m just like, “Blech.” I’m not about that “make a resolution” life. I’ve never really been motivated to make resolutions, and this year I am even more unmotivated, for whatever reason. I guess, I’m just like, “Why?” If I create a set of goals to complete by the … Continue reading Why I Don’t Make New Year’s Resolutions
2017 has been…interesting, to say the least. It is the thirtieth of December, the year of our Lord two thousand and seventeen, and sometimes I feel like I’m living in 1957. That, or the twilight zone. Here’s what has transpired over the past twelve months: Donald Trump – millionaire, real estate magnate, TV producer, racist, … Continue reading 2017 has been…interesting.
One of the reasons I love The Real is because — in this politically correct and post-Christian culture — the hosts are never afraid to talk about their faith in God. Watch: Continue reading “Jesus” moments on The Real – YouTube