A letter to “pro-life” activists

Dear Pro-life activists, As self-proclaimed champions for life, you encamped about the wombs of women with stethoscopes, attentively listening for the first beat of life, to make sure that women don’t violate their fetal rights. Your love for life is relatively short, starting at conception and ending nine months later at birth. It’s so convenient … More A letter to “pro-life” activists

Fear

Fear is the midwife of humanitythat has not yet fullydeliver the full spectrum ofhumanity to the world.Half of humanity were born girls,which mean half of mankind’struth has never fully been heard. Fear stripped womenof their feminine truthexposing the nakedness of theirvulnerability to masculine brutes.Brutes that invented masculine liesthat tied down the potentialthat would have allowed … More Fear

pseudo monogamy.

Before there were sports, electronic gadgets, music, or any other forms of entertainment from which we derive pleasure, our first taste of pleasure came from sex. In the earliest part of humans history, sex had a monopoly on pleasure. Without social stigmas attached to sexual expression, people were more honest with their promiscuity; there were … More pseudo monogamy.

What if she was King?

As I revisit the annals of history, trace its trajectory, and analyze the actions of its actors, I can see the common thread of masculine egos weaving humanity into male hegemony and patriarchal rule. Almost all the events that had shaped humanity were written with masculinity, men had largely been successful in sidelining women from … More What if she was King?