Switching Lanes: Memoir Of A Loved Sister 

“My fears became smaller, and I began to see the world differently. I love my brothers, but I’m in love with my man. And tonight, I’m switching lanes.” Have you ever had that brother who breathes down your neck every now and then? Watches your every move, follows you to every dinner date, and of course reminds you every second,…

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My experience of MeToo and Why I Didn’t Report

Trigger warning: sexual assault and gaslighting This is a difficult post for me to write. It is violent and emotional, but at the same time, I have told this story many times before. I am not afraid to tell it again. I have never been afraid to tell it. Why again? Why now? Because I see you, people who are…

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