Prince Ea on love, boundless love.
Beautiful, vulnerable and eloquent. Sabrina Benaim puts to words what it’s like living with depression and anxiety.
This. This is so spot on!
White wash the red bricks of the reservation…
Love You Some Indians
Spoken Word piece on rape culture and men’s responsibility, phenomenal. Imagine the difference these conversations could make? So powerful
..”you tell me that she never said no, that you’re sorry, that you’re not a bad guy…
Rape culture is silence, is being able to see the future and not doing anything about it, it is believing the fairy tale platitude that there are good people and bad people and that as long as you’re not one of the bad people your job is done, your conscience is clear, it is all of us swimming through the same polluted waters of beer commercials, policing masculinity, and stand up comedians making rape jokes to sound edgy, and media talking heads blaming the victim and music portraying women as disposable sex objects, it is language encouraging us to think of sex as violence, FUCK, HIT, BANG, SMASH, it is telling our daughters to dress sensibly and not walk alone at night and telling our sons…it is a conversation that never happened.”
Blythe Baird’s ‘Girl Code 101’
“Give me a city where my body is not public property”
“She said FUCK YOU, and I said Thank You, like I was trained to…” WOW
One woman’s phenomenal response to a shop owners question, “do you deep throat”
“Here in begins an anatomy lesson infused with feminist politics because I hate you”
The Rutgers University Slam Poetry team KILLS IT with this piece, “Rape poem to end all rape poems”, SHARE WIDELY!!!
The last line pretty much sums it up,
“The rape poems will continue until there’s no damn material left.”
Men, let’s talk
VAW is a men’s issue as much as a woman’s issue.
Powerful spoken word. The love of family and the power of patience, what a wonderful gift!