With the ongoing controversy about Planned Parenthood, I think it’s about time for our generation to speak up. What does this issue mean to us? Has it helped, hurt or done nothing for girls today? If you ask me, personally, I’d say that Planned Parenthood gave me my life back – no fear of the future or dredging up of the past.
Everyday you wake up grateful for the fresh start because you allot yourself a certain number of calories and it begins again.
Be honest with yourself about what you’re getting into.
How does an ambitious sixteen-year-old go from wanting the world to becoming a hooker?
When people find out what my partner does for a living, I often get the question of “What are the girls like?”
Was the sole purpose of feminism to make sure women could have as much as sex as they want? Forget suffrage. Forget equal pay. Forget issues of rape and violence against women. It was always just about the sex.
1. “It could be worse…”
here is no color or race in love.
The first time I had sex wasn’t sex – it was rape. Writing this feels a bit surreal because for a long time I was in denial and brushed it off, placed it in the back of my mind as if it didn’t happen.
This is not the typical happy ending, in the friendship nor the romantic sense. But it is a real one.