Chocolate. Cinnamon. Snow Bunny…Get up on that pole, and Bounce…that…booty. I can imagine words as these floating around the walls of Onyx, Penthouse Club, Mr. Lucky’s, and Magic City. Crowds going wild over all the bodies twirling, but no one knows their victory. No one knows their story. So, this right here’s a stripper song. … Read more The Stripper Song
Domestic violence. You’ve probably seen enough headlines and news articles about it to last you a lifetime. There are hundreds of books that have been written based on true stories, told by victims of domestic violence. You might even be experiencing it yourself. If so, please head straight to the bottom of this post. Right … Read more Walk 4 Refuge
The first domestic abuse policing strategy in UK history to be trialled under experimental conditions has found that an inexpensive two-day course in behaviour management for first offenders resulted in 35% fewer men reoffending against their partner, and reduced further harm to victims by over a quarter. Researchers at Cambridge University’s Institute of Criminology worked … Read more Domestic abuse ‘workshops’ reduce repeat offending and harm to public
My worth as a woman is measured in my body and, by society’s standards, it’s not up to scratch.
My whole life, I feel that no matter what I do its never good enough for the people who matter. I’ve always lived my life to please and at the satisfaction of others and it’s always left me desperately unhappy. While I know, the opinions of others are not supposed to matter, I was raised … Read more The Blues
News flash: I’m not perfect! But I’m trying. Two years ago, chilly morning, I was the door-greeter at my daughter’s school. Glamorous, I know. The music teacher asked for volunteers and I supervised drop-off for before-school choir and band rehearsal. (*Most Interesting Man in the World: I don’t always add that many hyphens to paragraphs, … Read more Jesus (I’m Not) Christ: I don’t do feet.
I have heard it said that battered and abused women “should have known”, “should just walk away”, or my favorite, “its their fault for staying. They deserve what they get.” Ignorance about this subject astounds me. The following is a brief account of my own abuse by a man who will go to trial in … Read more How Could He