This week? Chile, please. I have either wanted to eat, hide or fight. However, the Book of Esther in chapter 4, verse 14 let’s me know I was born for … Continue reading RUNITBACK FRIDAY-09/28/2018
This month has been like riding a roller coaster while on fire. In recording this through the theme of #MeToo, rape culture and toxic masculinity, September has forced me to … Continue reading The Messy #MeToo (1808)
Trauma is not made for public consumption. You don’t get to dictate when someone should have told you about what devastating thing happened to them. You don’t get to dictate … Continue reading The Come Forward: Don’t Ask Why It ‘Takes So Long’. Ever.
There is a seducing nature to pain. A stabilizing factor in suffering. You can diagnosis it. Take medicine. Get more rest. Pain can be managed. Pain can be explained … Continue reading The Trauma Romance & Recovery
I was 10 in 1991. I remember my mother and father watching the Judiciary Committee of Anita Hill and Clarence Thomas on television. I remember my mother watched it with … Continue reading #MeToo, #UsToo, #TimesUp: Is It Admirable Or Ridiculous?
#METOO, Us too and her too! And her! And him! Not her though. SHE is black. Noone raped her. Noone hurt her. She’s just looking for a come up. How … Continue reading #MeToo! Us Too! And Him! Just Not Her—She’s Black.
This is the first time this has been discussed on a blog. Names are changed to protect privacy. The entire experience is not discussed as this is not that … Continue reading Shadows & Memories: In The Aftermath Of #MeToo