I was talking to my close personal friend, and adopt-a-mum, Jen who is a Professor of Women Studies at SFU recently, and we discussed the possibility of me talking about my experience with community professionals who are working with youth. Specifically female youth, and one of the questions […]
Devon J Hall
Devon J Hall is a thirty-seven-year-old Writer and Author from Surrey, British Columbia by way of Calgary Alberta. She lives with three cats, one mother and is addicted to coffee, cigarettes, and weed, not necessarily in that order.
My entire life I have run from close ties to anyone. I barely talk to any of the members of my family, but I have isolated myself to the point that I got gang raped and had no one to call for help when it was over. I’ve […]
Once upon a time, in a castle high in the clouds a little prince looked up to his mother as she tucked him into bed and whispered softly “Mommy….what are stars made of?” Smiling gently at her little Prince, the Queen snuggled in and prepared to tell him […]
When I think about my hometown, the thing I think about most is Guns and Gangs. That’s because I grew up surrounded by guys who sold drugs and women who hid drugs in their bra’s. Cops didn’t search girls back in my day, because no male cop wants […]
In response to this post by Mark Hecht, written and published for and by the Vancouver Sun. What do you know about Sharia Law? Here’s what I found, it was the first major response from Google’s algorithm What is the meaning of sharia law? Sharia law is Islam’s legal […]