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Woman to Woman: Passing the Torch in Illinois

by Patti Chang and Denise Avant

It’s OK Not to Be OK

by Danielle McCann

Open Letter on Safety and Support Progress

la versión en español

Carta abierta sobre los avances en materia de seguridad y apoyo

Advertencia sobre el contenido: Este artículo menciona casos de abuso y conducta sexual indebida. Si usted o alguien que conoce ha sufrido violencia sexual, no está solo.

"Pork Chops Taste Good, Bacon Tastes Good!" Why I Am an Advocate for Audio Description

If you know me, you know I love movies, TV, opera, musical theater, and pretty much anything in the entertainment genre.

Surviving Domestic Violence: I Found My Way Out

Content Warning: The information found below has the potential to hurt or retraumatize others. Please prepare to read about the difficult topic of domestic violence. I am Cheryl Fields, one of six dynamic and diverse women that are the National Federation of the Blind Survivor Task Force.

Finding a Therapist Who Moved Beyond My Blindness

I have had several times in my life when, either through my own bad decisions or the occasional unfairness that is a part of it, I have needed the assistance of a therapist. Finding one isn't hard; finding a good one can be extremely difficult.

Did I Say That was OK with Me? Understanding Consent and Boundaries

Content warning: This article mentions instances of abuse and sexual assault. If you are a victim or survivor of sexual assault and are in need of support, you can call the National Sexual Assault Hotline provided by RAINN at 800.656.HOPE (4673).