Today I March

I’ll be participating with my boyfriend in the Women’s March on Philadelphia. It may only be for an hour since that’s the farthest my spoonie self can walk since the diagnosis. But I’m thankful to be able to do that. Since anemia messes with my temperature and immunity, I am prepared to keep super warm … More Today I March

Birth Control, Anemia, & Why My Fitness Needs Feminism

In October of this year, The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism published the results of a men’s birth control study. An external safety review committee terminated the study early and noted “The most common adverse events were acne, injection site pain, increased libido, and mood disorders. “ Welp. If that isn’t a giant EFFFF … More Birth Control, Anemia, & Why My Fitness Needs Feminism

My First Post

This blog is for all the women who have asked me, “How did you do it?!” This blog is for all the women who feel underrepresented, “othered,” and oppressed with regard to their bodies and their health. But mostly this blog is for me, as an outlet to resolve my own insecurities, recognize my progress, … More My First Post