Inspired by SweetLeighSewn’s blog post entitled “A Love Letter to My Belly,” I decided to write this piece entitled “A Truce with My Tummy.” In retrospect, it really can be extended to be a love letter to my body. Seeing these words written down gives added impetus to live it out every day. If loving your body has become more difficult for you lately, I encourage you to try this exercise and see how it makes you feel.
We owe it to ourselves to love ourselves and practice that self-love in sometimes radical ways.
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I should write one of these. Her radical self-love is inspiring. Continue reading A Love Letter to My Belly
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As published in Volup2 Magazine, April 2015 Has a White woman ever touched your hair without permission? It happens to me more often than not. They want to know, “Is it real? Is that all your hair?” Yes, and please stop petting me like an exotic… Continue reading Black & White: The Exociticization of Mixed Race Women in Western Culture
In 2012, a few students and I collaborated to create a gender and the law handbook for first year law students as an introduction to the feminist legal issues and intersectionality that they would experience but may not have a chance to unpack during 1L. http://www.nawl.ca/files/NAW0100%20Gender%20and%20Law%20FINAL.pdf Continue reading NAWL Gender and the Law Handbook