I lost my god-sister, as a best friend, and it changed me.
I'm determined to put my embarrassing teenage years behind.
It addresses love and sisterhood in a refreshing and open way that anyone could relate to
I just wanted to be beautiful. That's all I wanted.
Gender-segregated parties and weddings have, to some extent, always been a part of my life. But over time, the segregation become more extreme and overt.
It's not okay to keep telling children that piety looks like segregation. Because it's not true, and it sends such a twisted message. It's not okay to tell children that a high-five is inappropriate because it leaves room to be interpreted as something "more."
I'll happily admit that I'm my Daddy's little girl.
“Others always come before you.” This was the motto of my life.