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Like Rachel Dolezal, Sean King can go fuck himself.

I know that's not eloquent, or polite, but I don't actually care. When I was an activist, and I stress "when", because I'm no longer an activist, I'm just a loud mouth bitchy girl, I was working almost fifteen hour days and in some cases during shelter I was legit working at least twenty-two hours… Continue reading Like Rachel Dolezal, Sean King can go fuck himself.

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What would you say about gang guys?

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 that popped into my mind is what… Continue reading What would you say about gang guys?

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Good Good Good Bye to relationships

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 been alone because people are complicated, stressful… Continue reading Good Good Good Bye to relationships

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I grew up in Surrey, BC but Surrey BC hasn’t grown up that much

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 to get accused of sexual assault, which… Continue reading I grew up in Surrey, BC but Surrey BC hasn’t grown up that much

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I am over the expectation that I should expect more.

I am so tired of the women in my life taking care of damaged men. I used to do this habitually, so much so that on several occasions, it could have cost me everything, including my life. As it was, a few years worth of psych bills, some humiliation and I'll be okay. It's not… Continue reading I am over the expectation that I should expect more.