I’m fine. Two words and one sentence. So perfect to pull out when they ask how you are. Because no one really cares. You’re just a bullet on their check list. Just another person, just another human. I thought the scars on me were small bumps of strength, but they were where a razor had … More I’m Fine. (Spoken Word)
After reading ‘The Vagenda’ which is a book providing a guide to the media, I have started to question the media. I already knew that the image of always changing ourselves has been laid before us for a long time. If we’re not on the new Tapeworm diet (trust me this a real thing as … More Starvation, Modification and Beautification: The Media.
What do I tell people who want to give up? I can’t tell you I understand, because I don’t know what you feel. I know what pain is, I know what cutting yourself is, I know watching your blood run and wishing it was your life running out of you. I know what sadness is. … More Don’t Give Up
He asked me where my scars came from. I told him it was a battle. I was in a war against myself. ~Rachel<3
He said my bruises were flowers without petals. They grew from the life inside me. They weren’t remnants of my past or of last summer. I was a piece of fruit thrown from place to place. A face that didn’t know how to smile. I hadn’t done that for a while. My scars were roads … More They were Mine (Spoken Word)
Everybody struggles through life. It throws at us unforgettable memories which will stay with us forever. Our minds always reminds us. … More Everybody Struggles- #timetotalk
Okay, so we may no longer have to put up with the objectification of women deemed as ‘news’ but The Sun still holds a website with these photos, which can be accessed by anyone. A whole website dedicated to the existence of page 3. For the time being, I can’t go into much depth, but … More Page 3 is possibly, finally gone?!
At age 12, Martin Luther King JR. attempted suicide. He then went on to lead the greatest civil rights movement in history, and changed the way African Americans were treated. At just 39 he was assassinated. Don’t end your life as you don’t know what it will hold.
Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. The above words are that of the famous rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. In celebration of MLK day I thought an article to remember his life was in need. Not only did King start … More Remembering King- Martin Luther King Jr. Day