Putting My Sexuality On A Pedestal... Where It Belongs

 Growing up as the first daughter to Ghanaian parents in America usually meant that I was “different.” The food that was packed for my lunch was different, the clothes I wore out to parties on the weekends were different and more often than not, the music blasting out of our dad’s used Oldsmobile was very different. As a teenager, I struggled with these outward differences – it’s not always easy to find where you fit in when you sometimes feel like you’re living a double life....more
Brilliant Post. This needs to be shared. It could change our girls!more