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Like the rest of you, I was incredibly excited to binge watch (and complete) the second season of Orange Is the New Black on Netflix this past weekend. There has been a significant shift from character-based story lines to episodes revolving around daily prison operations and how they inflict hardships on the female prisoners. The changed not only made sense, but worked very well. While the women of OITNB continue to face miserable conditions at the ... Read More
As a child, I was incredibly spacey and disorganized, so it’s a wonder that I wasn’t diagnosed with ADHD  until I was 17 years old. At family gatherings, my mom would often share a classic anecdote about me which, we now realize, probably should have served as a major red flag. When I was in second grade, I failed my first test. My mom was especially disconcerted about this because of the fact that it was a measuring test, where literally the only ... Read More
YouTube user, Wickydkewl, put out an ad on Craigslist seeking women who had never seen their own vaginas before. He compiled their reactions in a heartwarming video. Women avoiding looking and/or touching down there is not uncommon, so it makes me incredibly happy to see all of these women sharing their stories and exploring their bodies (something that we are taught not to do). A big thanks all around to everyone who participated! I am sure that they will inspire ... Read More
Next week, the Senate will consider a bill from Sen. Elizabeth Warren concerning student loan payments. The bill will allow Americans with outstanding federal and private loans to refinance them at the same rates students receive when taking out new federal loans.   This in and of itself is a step in the right direction for all students without outstanding loans. However, Sen. Warren, Sen. Sherrod Brown, and many other Democratic Senators are framing this as ... Read More
Defining the Black American Woman is not an easy task. She is layered, multifaceted, complicated and her representation tends to spark debate. Since 2002, one photographer has attempted to capture the essence of what it means to be a modern black woman in America through an ever-expanding exhibition of portraits called WOMEN OF A NEW TRIBE.  Jerry Taliaferro's subjects come from a variety of backgrounds, with different ages, professions and socioeconomic ... Read More
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