One Year Since My Hysterectomy

December 19, 2018 officially marked one year since my hysterectomy surgery. The surgery included the removal of my bicornuate uterus (that means two uteri, yeah because one wasn’t enough for me), both fallopian tubes and cervix. I will state this in the off chance that I have any male readers, but yes, I still have…

Hysterectomy Part I: finding a surgeon

Having children is something I do not ever wish to do. I have made it 27 years and have not swayed from this decision. So, why deal with the stresses of menstruation, monstrous cramps, bloating, tampons and birth control for the remainder of my childbearing years? I cant find a good reason to put up…

Feminism: It’s time to take some self-responsibility

I have touched on this topic in previous posts; that is, my stance on feminism, and the never-ending confusion that ensues. My opinions and ideals for feminism are like a roller coaster at times. Since my last fem posts, I have learned much about feminism and post-feminism, which has enlightened me further on my stances…