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  • There Is A TV Under The Rug

    February 14, 2022 by

    By India Taina There is a phenomenon that I like to call “the TV under the rug”. It’s the idea that there is this symbolic television, and everyone has one of their own, fine tuned to them. The TV plays things that need to be addressed in your life, and depending on who you are,… Read more

  • The Leader Has Jumped Ship: An Ode to Boss Women

    August 28, 2020 by

    Oh sh*t! Looks like all the stereotypes on female leadership are going overboard– click here to see why and take a dive into what it’s like to lead with a not so traditional “feminine” lens. We are the leaders of today babe, let’s explore it!

  • The Brown Ethos: Part One

    June 13, 2020 by

    Part One of this ethos, or philosophical collection, details ways in which the Black community and it’s allies can fight against the system by taking aim at it’s weaknesses, and also avoiding it’s strengths. Dialogue is heavily encouraged.

  • Our Half of America

    May 26, 2020 by

    By India Taina I wish I could say this is my first time being so afflicted. That this was my first time feeling like my brother had been shot. That a part of myself, not entirely myself, but a part that I loved, a part that mattered to me, had been murdered. But it isn’t.… Read more

  • How to be “White Girl Single” For Colored Girls

    April 17, 2020 by

    In this piece, I talk about how to give ourselves the freedoms that we might not have known we needed when leaving a relationship. This piece will hit particularly hard with Immigrant children who know the struggles of having to maintain roles and appearances more so than any other group. LMK what you think and comment on the site! Happy Quarantine!

  • Securing the (Under Eye) Bags: Overworking in America

    April 4, 2020 by

    In this piece, I explore the die hard world of overworking in America, and explain my thoughts on why this culture breeds as successfully as it does, with some quick witted jokes and corny humor, as always! Comment below if you think this culture analysis was accurate AF, and tell me how it affects your day to day! Happy Quarantine Reading ya’ll!

  • Mini Post! All YOU Need is Love / Te Mereces

    February 24, 2020 by

    In this piece, I talk about the importance of loving yourself through it all: the trials, the tribulations, and the times you get tomato sauce on your white shirt. You deserve love, and what higher love can we get then the one that we make ourselves? Disfrutense amores

  • Chapter 10: Kingin’ It All 2020! A Letter To The Men Who Seek To Be Empowered

    January 20, 2020 by

    In this piece, I write an open letter to both men and women as to why pushing our men forward in society can lead us into some powerful places! I included a new excerpt, titled “Too long, Didn’t Read” in which I give a quick summary of the whole post for my readers who like Mini Posts better! Lmk what you think in the comments! Sigue Pa’lante!

  • Chapter 9: Pandering in America: It’s not Just Political

    December 23, 2019 by

    In this post, I express some of the theories that I have as to why pandering exists outside of politics in everyday life. I define what it is, lay out some observations, and wrap it all up with real life examples, because would it be me if I didn’t keep it real? Enjoy!

  • Chapter 8: “Growing Your Bush” and Other Hairy Tales

    December 9, 2019 by

    In this piece, I get into the nitty gritty of going al-natural 😉 I talk about why it’s even a discussion topic in the first place, how to go about getting your partner into it, and telling all of society to go A La Mierda if they don’t approve of bush-like activity. Groom how you choose, I always say! Leave a comment and let me know what your thoughts are!

  • Chapter 7: Can Trump Supporters be True Friends of POC’s?

    December 2, 2019 by

    In this piece, I take on one of the most polarizing topics in America since the OJ Simpson trial, and try to give it my best shot. Read to see what took me 10 days to research and come up with an opinion, and join the discussion! Do you think people of color and Trump supporters can coexist? Read to hear what might be a surprising take on what feels like an age old topic!

  • Chapter 6: How to Survive The Unemployed Life

    November 18, 2019 by

    In this aptly titled piece, I lay it all out on how to live the unemployed life in the limelight 😉 JK! Here you’ll find the importance of accepting where you are, finding support when needed, and taking bottom bitch positions so you have somewhere to step up from (read and all will be revealed)! So, read along if you’ve ever been kinda down in the dumps about yourself or your situation, and I hope you like what you find!

  • Mini Post! We’re Talking Body (Positive), Baby

    November 14, 2019 by

    In this first ever Mini Post, I let my observations loose as I deconstruct our beauty expectations and their consequences, as well as a few personal stories to really emphasize the facts. Enjoy it beautiful (and I’m not just being nice, read to find out why you might think that way)

  • Chapter 5: White Girl 101

    November 9, 2019 by

    In this post, I discuss the important and necessary truths that I believe have to be addressed with white people, from all backgrounds. I talk about white privilege, white shame, white pride, and even have a panel of women of color weigh in on what they feel are important boundaries for white girls (and all people in general) to understand when living in an unapologetic-ally Colored society. Here goes nothing!

  • Chapter 4: Using the N Word as a Non Black POC or Even Just as a Non POC

    November 6, 2019 by

    In this opinion post, I lay it ALL out on this hot button issue that deserves to be talked about. I let you know my perspective on non-black POC using the infamous “N- word” and my perspective on how to maybe come to some sort of agreement on its usage (but maybe not!). Read more to find out my exact thought! Please leave a comment so we can engage and dialogue!

  • Chapter 3: Opinion Post: The Bad Bitch Complex

    October 31, 2019 by

    In my debut opinion post, I talk about my own opinion on how media and mainstream culture has perpetuated the ideal of being a “bad bitch,” and how we’ve been fooled to believe this is empowering. Take a look, and please COMMENT what you think! Opinionate away!

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    October 21, 2019 by

    Las “Copias Typicas” de Gringolandia: How To Survive Being Forced to Fit the Latinx Stereotype in America

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