"Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) evolved from the "Day of Unity" held in October 1981 and conceived by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. The intent was to connect advocates across the nation who were working to end violence against women and their children. In October 1987, the first Domestic Violence Awareness Month was observed.… Continue reading Dear Amber: Film Premiere Review
What defines you as a woman? Who is it that determines whether or not you are emotionally, mentally, spiritually or physically capable of doing? Are you as celebrated as you deserve? At what point in time, have you been thoroughly and sincerely thanked for just being outstanding at what you do? Where has life, as a woman,… Continue reading Destroy Her
The event I attended on January 21, 2017 located at La Madeleine in Sandy Springs, Georgia, "The Liar's Den: Let's Chat," was something much-needed not just for myself as a woman, but women in general in order to bridge together this invisible gap so commonly placed between us. This was set as a preview of… Continue reading The Liar’s Den: Let’s Talk CHEATING
This is going to step on a lot of toes first and foremost but you know my heart, if you know me as an individual..so if you take offense to anything that I am about to say, it was not intentional but it needs to be said. I went to Walmart yesterday in which I… Continue reading As a Mom…
On April 2, 2016, you will experience a ground-shaking event that will bring to light, touching subjects that many prefer to sweep under the rug. Sex-Trafficking, Drug Abuse and Rape. Actress and International Soprano Opera Singer, Victoria R. Wilson, will take on the role of many different faces in her One Woman show "Victorious," as her main… Continue reading Let’s talk “Victorious!”
If you read my previous entry, then you would have learned a method I tend to use a lot when I really don't want to be bothered while out at either a nightclub or lounge. [See "Mr. Ass Licker"] It's truly sad to have to go through this but at the same time, there are… Continue reading When Rejections Go Wrong?