I am many things. A teacher, a development worker, a student, a partner, a sister, a survivor. But I write as a woman, in all of the simplicity and fullness of that word. I write this as a woman who seeks a kind of freedom for my gender that is complete, satisfying, and full of grace. A kind of freedom that does not see me as ‘disempowered’ or ‘empowered’, but as the whole woman that I am, the whole woman that I have been, and the whole woman I seek to become. I have come to understand that true freedom is not something we learn how to patiently develop; it is something we learn how to fearlessly release. Awareness, creativity, self-knowledge, love Fear Girls' and women's empowerment
My Vision for the Future
The full spiritual, physical, and mental emancipation of women from violence through the creative expression of our authentic identities and realities.