Activism · Feminism · Organizing

I Moved, Y’all

So a lot has happen over the last couple of months leading to an amalgamation of excitement, joy, depression, and an assortment of other emotions. I no longer live in Louisiana! My partner, Fred, got an awesome job at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and I moved up with him to Cape Cod in early July.… Continue reading I Moved, Y’all

Activism · Feminism · Personal

Depression, Self-Worth, and Me

I realize there’s been a dearth of writing on my part in the recent weeks. My fingers have been frozen when it comes time to type. Political and personal (and the personal political) life has been bitter as of late and I let my despair get the best of me. I feel like a deer in… Continue reading Depression, Self-Worth, and Me


The War on Protesting

According to The New York Times, 16 states have recently filed bills to toughen laws and punishments against protesters. There are already laws on the books that prohibit things such as vandalism, so tell me, what purpose does it serve to add more anti-protest legislation? Could it possibly be that our conservative majority wishes to further declaw… Continue reading The War on Protesting

Activism · Organizing · Race

On Being an Ally

I’ve been struggling lately with how to be a successful ally. I feel an enormous amount of guilt stemming from my own privilege as a white woman partnered with my own ineptitude when it comes to discussing race with other white women. Which isn’t a cry for pity, just a confession. I cringe to say that,… Continue reading On Being an Ally