New Abortion Legislature Further Infringes on Texas Women’s Reproductive Rights

If you haven't heard yet, Texas just passed a new rule that will be enforced starting December 19th to now require an aborted fetus to be buried or cremated after the abortion process is complete -  no matter at what point the fetus was at in its growth.  This excludes abortions done at home and … Continue reading New Abortion Legislature Further Infringes on Texas Women’s Reproductive Rights

Interview with a TexFem: A Conversation on the Construction of Masculinity/Femininity (& much more)

Interviewing on this episode is another incredibly smart, talented, funny, close friend of mine that I've known since the 5th grade, Kris.  She went to the University of Oklahoma where she majored in Letters and was on full scholarship because she's a brilliant badass and was a National Merit Scholar!! (Forever proud of you, girl!!)  … Continue reading Interview with a TexFem: A Conversation on the Construction of Masculinity/Femininity (& much more)

January 21, 2017 – There’s Power in Numbers

Since the election, there have been many who have protested the results.  Some peaceful, some meant to be peaceful but turned ugly, and some not so peaceful (I do not condone violence).  There have also been a rise in hateful slandering using racist, misogynistic, Islamaphobic, and xenophobic language that is inappropriate and needs to stop immediately.  Because Trump … Continue reading January 21, 2017 – There’s Power in Numbers

Interview with a NEW TexFem: A Conversation on Feminism and its Impact on Young Girls

It may come to a surprise but I've never really talked about feminism with my family, specifically to any of my 3 sisters.  I have briefly discussed it with my mother but not to the extent that I should.  As many of you Texan ladies can relate, I grew up under a conservative, traditional roof.  … Continue reading Interview with a NEW TexFem: A Conversation on Feminism and its Impact on Young Girls

Interview with a TexFem: A Conversation on the 2016 Presidential Election

On this episode of Interview with a TexFem, I was lucky to interview one of my best friends from my undergraduate career, Mica Radu.  She's a 23 year old adventurer with big dreams and high aspirations.  She's an incredible leader and has encouraged me to think bigger while I've known her.  She has been a … Continue reading Interview with a TexFem: A Conversation on the 2016 Presidential Election

Interview with a TexFem: A Conversation About Rape Culture

Today I interviewed one of my dearest and bravest fellow Texan Feminists, Joni O'Dell.  She's a recent college graduate from Texas A&M University in College Station with her background in the health science field.  We've been best friends since the 5th grade and I can't imagine my life without such a strong woman in it. Needless … Continue reading Interview with a TexFem: A Conversation About Rape Culture

Interview with a TexFem: A Conversation on Women in Healthcare

So today I'm interviewing a fellow Texan feminist - the smart, the bold, the beautiful, the Emily Haskell.  I met this beautiful soul while at Southwestern and we've become great friends over the years.  Emily is in physical therapy school and resides in her hometown of Austin, TX.  Now let's get on with this shindig. … Continue reading Interview with a TexFem: A Conversation on Women in Healthcare