Unpacking Feminism’s Backpack

As a note, I will be using “we” in this essay. It’s difficult because “we” is not easily defined and I am not an authority. “We” will always be more complex than words can cover. “We” always lacks in various representation and “we” does not always cover “we.” I will use it in reference to mainstream feminism, “we” as those who align ourselves with that cause. ‘Cause “we” needs some work. Read More Unpacking Feminism’s Backpack

A Womb of One’s Own: Practical vs. Political

Everything women do with their bodies is politicized, and one of the most discussed, dissected, and judged acts we may choose to participate in is that of birth.  While society may pay lip service to the idea that the only important part of the birth process is ending with a happy and healthy mother and child, the reality is much different. Read More A Womb of One’s Own: Practical vs. Political