4 Life Lessons I Learned from Angie Martinez’ “My Voice”
3007, 2017

By | July 30th, 2017|Pop Culture|0 Comments

There are many reasons I look up to Angie Martinez, many reasons I wanted to read her book, and many reasons it resonated with me. For anyone who grew up on hip-hop, it’s a must-read story that follows the journey of a woman who helped make it the global entity it is today. In My [...]

Having Mediocre Sex Made Me Believe I Had a Low Sex Drive
607, 2017

By | July 6th, 2017|Sex|2 Comments

Fem·i·nism \ˈfe-mə-ˌni-zəm\ (noun):  the theory of the political, economic, and social equality of the sexes Lib·er·a·tion \ libəˈrāSH(ə)n \ (noun): Freeing a group or individual from social or economic constraints or discrimination, especially arising from traditional role expectations or bias   When I was in college, I went on a date with this guy I had just [...]

Why do People Love Sex, but are so Uncomfortable Talking about it?
1904, 2017

By | April 19th, 2017|Sex|2 Comments

As I introduce the topic of things like quickies, one-night stands, orgasms, pleasure and consent, I need to address that the majority of us are uncomfortable having conversations about something that is practiced by almost every adult (and many non-adults) in America. What I’m talking about is one of our most beloved activities: Sex. According [...]

Moving to New York was a lot like Backpacking Thailand
404, 2017

By | April 4th, 2017|Mind, Body & Soul, Travel|0 Comments

Coming out of the tunnel and seeing the sun creep in through the scuffed windows made me take a second to look away from page 104 of Shonda Rhimes’ “Year of Yes.” I couldn’t stop curiously staring out the window as I sat on this crowded B train passing over Manhattan Bridge, overlooking the East [...]

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