Guest Post by Grace Maples I put my blouse on and looked in the mirror. Why was I wearing this? This wasn’t me. I wanted to be loved more by those around me, and I was compromising who God had made me to be. I took it off and put my t-shirt back on. Do … Continue reading You Were Born to Stand Out
Guest Post by Caitlyn M. “Some girls like to chase boys. I like to boss them.” I saw this quote on a bumper sticker one day, and it reminded me of the feminist mindset that is so prevalent in the world today. These words could easily be the slogan of many girls today, who embrace … Continue reading Does Feminism Equal Confidence?
Guest Post by Sara Willoughby Last June I celebrated my sixteenth birthday. On the big day, I received the usual phone calls from extended family—my aunt, uncle, cousins, and grandparents. On the phone with one of my grandmothers, I answered the usual questions and had the usual conversation. No, I didn’t feel any different. Yes, … Continue reading Sweet Sixteen and Never Been Kissed