May I just say, this is bone-chilling, and I will be sleeping with one eye open tonight. — Ben Berwick, Author of Meerkat Musings Read the Man in the Closet here.
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This was probably the most empowering post I’ve read in a while. We need to better embrace our distinct features-hair, skin color. It’s tough when we live in a society that is constantly reminding us our features are not “beauty” standards. I hope things do change. In order for them to change though, we need to…
Great story Alexis. Actually, ANOTHER great story of yours. Really admire how honest and personal you get. One thing is make the life decisions that are best for you yet another is to justify them on your blog. — Sonia, Sonia’s Storyge.
Alexis, I am in awe. Not only is this gripping but it contains such valuable life lessons – for me anyway. Not so much about being a mulatto as that can be a symbolism but simply because we are all the same and we just take on life differently, take opportunities, live different purposes but…
Alex’s writing is inspirational, motivational, strong and captivating. I always look forward to reading her posts. As a reader I trust her advice and am interested in her opinion. Keep up the good work! — Kristina Steiner, Author
I don’t disagree with any of your points. Methinks more people out there need to read your posts. – J.L. Pattison, Author
I appreciate your eloquence in calling out social, racial and political injustices. You are a gifted writer and important voice in the hope for change! I am eager to see more of your posts in the future! — Ashlee Olson, Founder of Home & Happy Blog
I cannot wait to read what you have to say. Keep on inspiring! – Casie Kamph, Marketing Specialist
Wonderful post! Thanks for sharing the historical background. Wish we had more educational posts like this in the media rather than the stuff people just write for clickbait. – Sarah Flourance, Blogger at The Book Feminist.