I Am a Daughter of Freedom

I am a Daughter of Freedom I use my words to share ideas and tell stories I use my words to make connections I use my words and my life to light a Way towards Liberation— for the one, for some, for many, and for myself. I am a Daughter of Freedom I stand on […]

My Current Shape Is Worthy

[Trigger warning: Mention of disordered eating and controlling behavior.] By Fritha Washington I’ve always had a fractured, troublesome relationship with food. My mum was anorexic and my dad loves to eat–I grew up in a home where food was simultaneously worshiped and reviled. My slimmer sister stopped having periods and this was viewed as an […]

On the Days When I Am The Elephant in the Room

By Erin Thomas | Twitter: @erinthomas_123 I didn’t know what to do with my hands. Suddenly they seemed like useless clay weights dragging the rest of my body to the floor. I couldn’t breathe. Was it hot in here? I thought it was hot, but then I felt cold. No, hot. Definitely hot. Wait, cold. Where […]

The Courage of the Young Women of Mahima

By Stephen Philps | Twitter: @stephenphilps & @partnerscanada The SUV rumbled up the dirt road to the walled compound. I saw ten-foot concrete walls adorned with sharp razor wire. Then a metal gate squeaked open, we parked and shuffled out of the vehicles. My palms were sweaty, and I had the distinct nervousness that comes when […]

Until We Are All Free

There’s been this growing sentiment in the world of social media and online writing over the past couple years. There is a feeling that we lose whether we speak up or remain silent. If we are vocal about an issue outside of our social context we risk being called out for a “white savior complex” or jumping […]