Archive for the ‘motherhood’ Category

Feminista Jones on @huffpostlive 10.16.14

Hey hey good people!! I was invited, once again, to join Caroline (my boo in my head) to talk about news affecting women We were joined by Naama Bloom @NaamaBloom (New York, NY) Founder & CEO, HelloFlo.com and Jenny Kutner @jennykutner (New York, NY) Assistant Editor, Salon. Awesome show!   Check it out here    

Race & Motherhood on @thefrisky

I was invited to weigh in on the recent arrest of Debra Harrell, a Black mother who left her daughter in a park a few hundred feet away from where she worked. This arrest sparked a lot of discussion about Black motherhood, racist approaches to demonizing certain mothers, and how we need to do more […]

Sponsored Post: My Body, My Choice, My Control

This post is sponsored by Bedsider. All opinions are my own I became sexually active at the age of 16, almost 20 years ago. While I can admit that I have not always made the best decisions in partners, activity, or in protection, I can definitely say that I’ve matured and learned a lot about […]

While My Sisters Gently Weep on @BlogHer

I wrote a piece for BlogHer.com about the mental health of Black women amid onslaughts of attacks in the media, in our communities, our jobs, within our families, etc. I stood in the dark solace of my kitchen with my hands clenched tightly against the sink. My teeth dig into my lower lip as the […]

Two Sides to A Mother’s Coin

June  is Guest Blogger Month here at FeministaJones.Com . I solicited a few bloggers, writers, poets, etc to contribute posts lending their perspectives and experiences on feminism, race, mental health, sexuality, relationships, liberation, sex, and everything this blog is about. I hope you enjoy their contributions as much as I have. If you’re interested in […]

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