We are socialized into some pretty toxic beliefs about gender roles and both men and women are losing out because of it.
Business is about people. Understanding how to communicate effectively with those people may seem like it doesn’t matter in the short-term, but in the long run, it matters most.
If we refuse to acknowledge the existence of inequality, we cannot truly heal its countless negative effects.
If we uncover our own power, we might stop trying to take power from others, and we might stop trying to convince others of our worth.
The freedom of being “true” to oneself seems to elude a lot of us. There are expectations of us at every turn, and sometimes these are projected upon us.
If your child were being bullied at school, would you ask your child to befriend the bully, or worse, smile as the bully beat them up?
At its core, I think bullying is about power. It’s about people believing they can feel more powerful and secure by taking someone else’s power.
I struggled for a long time to understand the complex nature of human relationships, but when I gave birth to my daughter, I realized that love was not at all what I thought.
Rather than looking outward to feel a sense of control, I began to seek my peace inwardly.
Silence is the most powerful weapon in a rapist’s arsenal. It is what allows rape to continue, unchecked and unacknowledged.
People on Twitter are saying grabbing women’s p***ies without their consent isn’t actually sexual assault. They’re focusing on an “offensive” word rather than the situation being described with said “offensive” word.
Now, more than ever, it is time to wake up. It is time we open our eyes, and start taking back the power that has been hidden from us for so long.
I used to think the problem was me. What I know now, is that the patriarchal system under which we all operate, depends on everyone to play small.
This book is for you if you’ve been affected by suicide, depression, abuse, or sexual violence
Creating means you show up, even when you don’t want to. It means you’re there even when “inspiration” doesn’t call.
We can give survivors the support they need. But it will require us being willing to confront the lies we tell ourselves about rape, the lies we tell about who rapes and who gets raped, and the lies we tell about why it happens.