2018 has come to a close. Here's a few closing thoughts
Of late, I've been having a lot of conversations about the emotional and communication differences between men and women. Recent inspiration by various works of art (Terrance Nance's Random Acts of Flyness, Issa Rae's Insecure) has led to a series of enlightening and informative conversations. One thing I have noticed is how many of the men I … Continue reading What is to Be Said of A Woman’s Rage
A rant about the need for intersectional feminism.
We hear constantly how 'work-life balance' is #AdultingGoals. I have yet to find the balance but here's some notes from my attempt at it.
Black masculinity has been historically wrapped up in racist and sexist narratives of gender. Here's some work that nuances and challenges those narratives.
Another Installation of my 'Notes from A Blackademic' Series
Competition doesn't always bring out the best in us.
...because the only person who can save you is you
Honoring the women who made me who I am.
What is love anyway?