I have been divorced for almost a year now and it has been the most liberating and powerful experience of my life.
I told Channel 2 news that I wasn't afraid. But I don't know if that was true.
"Let's get married, so I don't have to lower my gaze around you."
Let’s face it: mainstream television news has been reduced to shouting matches and fluff.
I tell myself I'm fine, that it's all okay.
To be honest, I don't walk into my job expecting to discuss social justice issues.
Why do all the Bible passages, all the stories, all the Christmas carols call God He, He, He?
I thought I could just get a Game Boy, whenever I wanted.
It was the other stuff that was the problem. The why-doesn’t-anyone-invite-me-to-their-birthday-parties stuff.
Unfortunately, not everyone in the Muslim community has always been sensitive to issues of sexual violence.
I left jummah at The Women’s Mosque of America on Friday with goosebumps that until now have not gone away.
We witness fictional brown bodies have bleach thrown at them when they move from the pages of books to a screen.