Category Archives: No fear

The Reality Of Sexual Assault, Victim’s Rights And The Court Of Public Opinion

“They paraded my panties around the courtroom like a banner of my guilt, my shame, and my horror”. Victim shaming expressions that were once the norm “she wanted it”, “her skirt was too short.” The preservation of victims rights should be top priority and not fodder for personal agendas and quests for power. Continue reading

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Power Of Coincidence

People come into your life for a reason, sometimes they pop in with a message, either subtly or in-your-face, and then they immediately leave your life. Others are there for a lifetime, weaving in and out and shaping who you … Continue reading

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Silence, the unspoken form of domestic abuse

Silence, the unspoken form of domestic violence. Silence allows the abuse to grow bolder and creates a sense of normalcy. 1 in 4 women in the U.S. are abused every 9 seconds. Speak up! Continue reading

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Battle on the Beach. Why women stay?

Imagine the sun warming your body, the sound of the ocean lulling your mind to the most peaceful tranquil state of existence, a cool drink quenching your yearning thirst, a warm breeze teasing the tiny hairs on your motionless body, … Continue reading

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Mirror, Mirror

Mirror, Mirror, look at me Show the woman that I see Her eyes are soft, but they do not shine Her mouth is full but does not speak Her cheekbones high, her jaw clenched tight Her rosy blush hides the … Continue reading

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Fear Sucks

When my mother was dying she shared the sentiment that “when you’re gone you’re gone.  No one misses a beat. Life just moves forward.”  Sounds simplistic.  Hardly.  It was her message to stop living in fear.  Seize the day. Most of … Continue reading

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