One of the the main topics I write about here at LADYHOOD journey is equality. It has bothered me year-after-year that I have not been able to attend the annual Pride Fest, the Equality March or Pride in the Street, in my own city. This year, of course I am busy with my daughter and building my brand and business, but I made a commitment that I had to be there to support my LGBTQIA+ brothers and sisters Continue reading “My First Pride Fest”
If we all could start living by these words, we would see more unity in this world.
You wake me up with a kiss when I miss my alarm.
You run me a bath when I am feeling drained after work.
You give the best hugs.
You are there for me when I am right or wrong.
I love my big head!
I love my hair!
I love the shape and color of my eyes!
Why do you doubt yourself?
Do you not possess the tools to be perfectly you?
From head to toe, each part of you perfectly designed to be an impact in this world.
You are all you need to be to become all that you desire.
I thought I shared my final Gratitude Journal, but so much has been on my mind, I forgot to post…
Here are the 5 things that I am grateful for today…
I read a post that completely disturbed me…
I am beyond disappointed, hurt, or fury…
Trying to understand how someone could be so simple-minded, belittling, and ignorant, does not come easy to me. The post, “I will not apologize to faggots”
I read a post yesterday evening that completely disturbed me…
Anyone that reads my blog, knows that I a pro-equality… there are so many advocates that only support the concerns that they feel are important. All advocacy is beneficial to a cause, whether its lead in the water, the #blacklivesmatter movement, poor education systems, or poverty…
But, how can you fight for true equality, if you consider some concerns, and yet dismiss others? That is an alternative fact!
Equality for LGBTQIAP+ is a cause that is just as important as any other, and should be fought for by those with privilege; heterosexuals.
Why would anyone want to be LGBTQIAP+?
To be bullied in school?
To be exiled from their families?
To lose friendships?
So that they can know what a hate crime is?
To be judged?