All posts tagged: empowering women

An Outfit For Autumn

It’s A U T U M N  Once again, I’m so excited to finally start wearing layers and autumnal coloured clothing. To be honest, I was doing that during Summer too but now it will actually be a normal and acceptable thing. Also, isn’t it […]

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A Letter To The Woman Of Colour

Unapologetically be you. Use the anger, the fear, the happiness and every other emotion you feel as a drive to elevate yourself and others like you. I’m talking about using your emotions to positively transform the situation. Go against all odds, and speak up against […]

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“YOU” a few words by me

Read and experience my words   Being a woman isn’t easy. You are constantly told by society that you are weak and unable. That you cannot achieve what men can achieve. You are to be inferior. But I believe that as a woman you are […]

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If You Have A Voice, Speak.

As women, we have been silenced since long before I can remember. Female authors were encouraged to publish their work anonymously. Female artists have a harder time getting their work displayed in shows/ exhibitions. Especially black female artists. But I’ll save my thoughts on that […]

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The Women’s March

This is a post that I published on my old blog last year around the time of the Women’s March. I’m currently choosing which blog posts I want to bring over to this blog, and decided that the Women’s March was just far too important […]

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