The #MeToo movement has gained a lot of attention over the past couple of months and for good reason. The hashtag has not only created an online community where women feel they can open up about their experiences with sexual assault and harassment but it has also lead to many women coming forward with accusations IRL.
I'm going to be honest...even writing this title I feel like an imposter. I'm currently sitting in my college's study area wearing a pair of yoga pants I've had for 5 year and an oversized sorority t-shirt.
Before the 2:30pm game, I wanted to head to a cute coffee shop in the Minneapolis area to grab a latte and shamelessly take Instagram photos (okay maybe a little bit of shame).
What do you like to do to spend time with yourself?
It's no secret: I'm all over Instagram. I've been posting and putting up stories like crazy. To me, it's such a fun, creative outlet.
I'm reveling in not having class until 11am this semester by sleeping in until nine. When I get up, I immediately wash my face and put my contacts in. I feel like once my contacts are in my day has officially started (same with when I take my contacts off: day = over).
If you only fight for the problems of white women, only white women get saved. If you fight for the problems of colored women, all women get saved.