How is Toys R Us shaping our Womanhood and Manhood?
Posted on January 27, 2014 Leave a Comment
We were not born into gender. You and I didn’t come out of the womb wearing pink or blue. Those were the hats we were assigned in the nursery. Our gender is defined by social, physical, and psychological impact (Allen, 2004). Take a tour of any Toys R Us or other department store and you […]
Baby Rolls, Stretch Marks, and Wrinkles
Posted on September 20, 2013 2 Comments
I am mad and fed up. Fed up with the expectation that culture and media impresses on women. Mad that women all over the world doubt their worth because of the way they look or because of the shape of their bodies. How did I arrive on this soap box today? It started with a […]