A Women’s Choice

As a young girl, I always heard about women speaking about the decision you have to make between having a career or a child. I never understood why anyone would have to face that decision. I used to think, “if you want to become something in your field, just do it,” little did I know … More A Women’s Choice

The Moderate White

 I must make two honest confessions to you, my Christian and Jewish brothers. First, I must confess that over the past few years I have been gravely disappointed with the white moderate. I have almost reached the regrettable conclusion that the Negro’s great stumbling block in his stride toward freedom is not the White Citizen’s … More The Moderate White

Keep Your Word

  Technology is making us a holes. We are able to cancel plans in seconds by just sending a text. Before cell phones, you’d have to call up whoever you had plans with and say your BS excuse to them over the phone. Much less cowardly. And if they didn’t answer, you’d have to go … More Keep Your Word


Who is this writing for Whine Night? Hello all! My name is Jordan Arends and I am absolutely thrilled to be a guest writer for Whine Night! I was asked by Emily, a college friend of mine, to write a piece after I told her how much this blog has resonated with me. I immediately … More FeMANist


There are some realities too sacred, too tender, to be spoken of in mere sentences… reduced to a string of silent syllables and enshrined in unspoken monologues Rather, I feel my truth sink in, out, and up through every fiber of my being… through swaying to the hum of the mundane and the rhythm of … More [unspoken]