In light of the election’s results, Adiba Nelson has a powerful message to stand through the hate and divide.
The media has seeped into our psyches so deeply, that we are now arresting children. Until we demand more and better from our media, we will continue to be pawns in the game of minority roulette, simply searching for another hashtag to circulate through the chamber.
There’s a secret to fulfilling all of yours and your partner’s desires. — Fellas, have you ever found yourself saying “Nah, my girl can’t do that”, or “I would never let my wife do XYZ”? Don’t feel bad, you’re not alone. My man won’t let me do anything either. Not one damn thing. Burlesque? Nope.…
Adiba Nelson’s father died when she was young, and she says it’s a hell of a crux to be in: loving and loathing this great man.
Male victims of rape and sexual abuse matter and should be supported.
Adiba Nelson says go ahead and lose the hipsters. But please, keep the beard.
Adiba Nelson shows us how one company got it horribly wrong.
Adiba Nelson’s tale of when a sassy seven-year-old Mets fan met Yankee legends, Don Mattingly and Ron Guidry.
Adiba Nelson knows you might hate her for saying this, but if her man is unfaithful, she’d rather not know. And if yours is, she won’t tell you.
Adiba Nelson shares how her toddler is teaching her a thing or two about facing “challenges” head on.
Adiba Nelson prays that once her job as a parent is done, God will send her daughter a man who will genuinely love her and see her and not her special needs.
In keeping with the notion of being transparent, Adiba Nelson longs for the life she thought she might have if she never had a child.