A Brief Repose

Hello everyone, After last night, I am taking a short break from writing and social media. For those that have encouraged my writing and discussions in the past, I want to say thank you. I don’t know if I can fully express how much that means to me. When I say it keeps me going,... Continue Reading →

PSA: You Do Not Need Physical ID to Vote in Arkansas

Recently, I had the pleasure of re-registering to vote in my home state. I say pleasure because while I found myself more at ease in the political atmosphere of California, voting in Arkansas has much more weight for me. I want to help evolve the political atmosphere in Arkansas, be it through my voting, my... Continue Reading →

Death Threats on a Thursday

About a month ago, I added a contact section to my website. It helped facilitate continuing discussion on articles I published, but also made the home bar look complete. I know the latter is not the best reason to include something on a webpage, but when combined with the former it made sense enough. Ever... Continue Reading →

#StateofWomen

When I first saw the link for nominations to attend the inaugural White House Summit on the United State of Women, I was intrigued. This was something that fell right into the cross-section of my interests: politics, feminism, and The White House. So I opened the link in a new tab and continued down my... Continue Reading →

Dear Governor Hutchinson

Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has surprised me throughout his term with some of his legislative decisions, in both positive and negative ways. Arkansas state Senator Jason Rapert, however, has stayed true to form and only ever surprises me when he is threatening someone with a weapon on Twitter. Today Senator Rapert shared a letter he received... Continue Reading →

Is it Worth it?

It is usually after a more heated discussion on a political or social issue that I find myself asking, “Is it worth it?” Not speaking up in a general sense- I realize that is important. But sometimes I question whether or not the challenge is worthwhile, especially since all these challenges seem to lead to... Continue Reading →

My Body, My Beer, Their Double Standard

Yesterday, the CDC released a recommendation for sexually active women who don’t take contraception to not drink alcohol. This stems from a desire to reduce the number of babies being born with fetal alcohol syndrome. Fetal alcohol syndrome is certainly a detrimental problem and it is laudable that it is being addressed, but the way... Continue Reading →

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