Confidence, Curls and Being A Caymanian Girl – A Chat With @kypoundcake

If I had to describe myself in one sentence, I would say “I’m a black twenty something woman on a journey of finally figuring herself out – in every aspect, in a small society that has constantly made me feel like I should be anyone but myself.” Angelika @kypoundcake I first met Angelika when IContinue reading “Confidence, Curls and Being A Caymanian Girl – A Chat With @kypoundcake”

Things Your Caribbean Brothers and Sisters Wish You Would Stop

I remember it like it was yesterday. I was coming down the hallway towards my room in Carter Hall my freshman year when I saw water seeping out of my neighbour’s door. A crowd of girls had gathered around and I stopped to comment ‘No way! Tuition is too high for the plumbing to beContinue reading “Things Your Caribbean Brothers and Sisters Wish You Would Stop”

Pro-Life, Pro-Choice – Opinion vs. Experience

I have this nervous tick where I wipe imaginary sweat off my brow when I am thinking of something that weighs heavily on me. When a Facebook friend posted on his feed #AbortionisMurder, my hand instantly went to my forehead and I tried to rub my own memories out of my skull. The preliminary detailsContinue reading “Pro-Life, Pro-Choice – Opinion vs. Experience”