Tag: feminism


Per My Mission, I Have Permission

Up until the very recent past, I did a good job of living and working without trying.  In the road map of Taylor’s life, I had a lane that went from Point A to Point B.  My lane included reading, learning how to teach, working, and being a steadfast friend.  I knew that lane would lead me to a career that was dependable and … Read More Per My Mission, I Have Permission


My Mission

“…only in loving the world, friends, can we change it.”–taylor edwards Hello, friends! My name is Taylor. When I was in college, I changed my major from psychology to English education.  It was a monumental move that allowed me to grow into the lady I am today.  However, before making that switch, I was in a relatively small sociology course.  The exact title of … Read More My Mission


“I Give A F&%k”: A Journey

CONTENT WARNING: A profuse use of the “F-word” is throughout this post. If that doesn’t jive, with you, please stop reading now. Much love to all. -Taylor Even as a child, I gave a fuck.   My parents still tell the story of how, before I even entered kindergarten, I was in their living room and saw the UNICEF commercial, the one showing the … Read More “I Give A F&%k”: A Journey


I am so happy to see you//see me

I’m who you want to be around when you’re feeling low. Need some chicken soup? I got it. A cup of coffee? It’s already made. Big old hug? Coming your way! Seeing someone’s sadness, confusion, hurt, pain, and then making it better? I’ve landed in two, really three, careers so far that have all had to do with that same concept.  And it lights me the hell … Read More I am so happy to see you//see me

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