Black Girls Deserve Love That Doesn’t Hurt and It Starts With Us

“My mother was the first person to teach me that love looks like violence…” I was awakened to being pulled from my bed by my hair and dragged from my room to the kitchen. I was thrown to the grown and hit in my face repeatedly. I had no idea what was happening or why.Continue reading “Black Girls Deserve Love That Doesn’t Hurt and It Starts With Us”

How Fear Helped Me Survive, But Kept Me From Living

Over the weekend, I started watching “Atlanta” after jailbreaking my Amazon Fire TV Stick to let me binge watch it for free! I finished the first season last night and so far, one of my favorite things about the show has been the relationship between Earn and Vanessa, which resonates with me because it remindsContinue reading “How Fear Helped Me Survive, But Kept Me From Living”