Greek Life v. Feminist Rhetoric

I often feel betrayed by the feminist rhetoric, because I joined a sorority. I often feel that I am not “good enough” to be a feminist because I am stigmatized by my affiliation. When I rushed my sorority, I was finally surrounded by like minded individuals that loved me for me and made me feel... Continue Reading →

Living With Autism

As a child, I was super embarrassed of my brother Marc and never once brought him up. He would sing and dance in public, mumbled to himself loudly, and stuttered excessively. Unless someone specifically asked how many siblings I had, he didn’t exist. I’ve actually been accused of making him up. It wasn’t until I was older... Continue Reading →

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