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I’m Not Less of a Feminist Because I’m A Republican

The 2018 midterms may have been one of the craziest midterms I have ever witnessed. From how crazy campaigns were, the ever present campaign ads, and how divisive people have become. I’m in a lot of groups on social media and I follow a lot of different types of people [...]

10 Things I’ve Learned From Working In Politics For Years

I have been involved in politics since my freshman year of college when I campaigned for Mitt Romney. From there, I’ve only gotten more deep in the movement. But things changed when I moved from the campus activism and campaign side of things into the heart of politics and being [...]

9 Types of Domestic Violence

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month with a ribbon of the color purple. Domestic violence is something many of us know about in general terms, but many of us wouldn’t recognize domestic violence that easily from the outside or even know what constitutes domestic violence. What is domestic violence? Domestic [...]

Republicans, It’s Time For Us To Do Our Part And Show Up

The midterms are upon us. If you are involved in politics, this means a lot of stress, door knocking, phone calls, and caffeine. If you aren’t involved in politics then this is the season of yard signs, annoying calls, people knocking on your door, and campaign ads during commercials. The [...]

10 Reasons People Don’t Want To Work In Politics

Working in politics isn’t for the faint of heart. From an outside perspective, politics looks exhausting and not a path many people want to go down. As someone who didn’t grow up in a political family, politics wasn’t exactly something I saw myself doing for a living. Now that I [...]

10 Common Courtesies Every Woman Should Know And Practice

There are just some things that are inherently rude, but often overlooked by the masses. What I am about to list should be common sense, but if we’re being honest with ourselves, common sense just isn’t common anymore. 1) Be on time. Always be on time. 15 minutes early is [...]

10 Ways To Best Prepare For A Hurricane

I’ve lived in North Carolina my whole life. I am no stranger to hurricanes and the intense level of planning that goes into them. I’ve suffered through a lot of power outages, flooding, and devastation around me. While I have been fortunate to have never lost a thing in a [...]

Argentina Defeats Bill To Legalize Abortion Up To 14 Weeks

After 16 hours of debate in Argentina’s Senate, the bill that would allow abortion up to 14 weeks was voted down by a narrow margin. Argentina is a predominantly Roman Catholic population who has a history of opposing abortion even though abortion is legal in cases of rape and health [...]

Yes, Social Media Activism Can Make A Difference, Here’s Why

If you’re involved on political Twitter, you have probably seen plenty of people tweet a hot take that “social media activism isn’t real activism.” I disagree. I should be clear that I will always believe that door knocking and face to face conversations are what drive true change in politics. In [...]