#CultLife: In Defense Of The Anti-#ChildBride/Husband Bill In #California, Introducing The Work of Global Hope 365

“I first stepped into the ring at 18 years old, and it had become one of the quietest places in the world for me. I found zen in the silence of that space.” – Dawn Tyree, Former Child Bride, Present Advocate and Freedom Fighter. I first stepped into the ring when i was 23. Some say Black women have it harder, than white counterparts, but the … Continue reading #CultLife: In Defense Of The Anti-#ChildBride/Husband Bill In #California, Introducing The Work of Global Hope 365

Love Letters From Krisya Ohana

I’ve referenced the letters before, but they seem to have more importance today. In Texas, women can’t get an abortion, even if they are raped, even if that rapist is a family member. The only way for a woman to get an abortion is if they might die, and that’s really no guarantee that should they get one, they’ll survive explaining why they had to … Continue reading Love Letters From Krisya Ohana

COMING SOON #604North

So for a while now I’ve been talking about a new site that I’ve been working on, but this year has been absolutely insane. First of all, there was the book, Uncomfortable II: Fundamental Foundations for Mental Health Content Creators, and then came the crippling indecision about whether to release it, which led to not a complete rewrite, but enough edits that if I hadn’t … Continue reading COMING SOON #604North

Why Are Grown Women Still Using Toilette Paper for Pads?

I am not an educated woman by regular standards. I am educated by the streets that I volunteered on, grew up in, and lived on for years. As a child I would “escape” my house in the middle of the night, and go for 2-3 hour walks, talking myself, because none of the adults would listen to me. People think this sounds crazier, but it … Continue reading Why Are Grown Women Still Using Toilette Paper for Pads?

Internet and Street Community Leaders, We Need To Talk About The Mental Health of Ignorance

Each of us mental health patients, those struggling with mental health in ways the rest of the world doesn’t see, and does not know how to recognize, or understand what it feels like to fall into the darkness, to fall so deep we can’t get out. Last year a film on Netflix called Maid was released and it was a truly beautiful film. I watched … Continue reading Internet and Street Community Leaders, We Need To Talk About The Mental Health of Ignorance