Spicie Woman Barbara Farina

Spicie Woman Barbara Farina

By Barbara Farina I think the best way to start this is to tell my story from the time I was born. I was born in Argentina in 1975, during the military dictatorship where many people were killed and missing due to their ideals or political beliefs. For some, it was just for being a […]

My Mom Always Said Girls Were Made Of Sugar & Spice

My Mom Always Said Girls Were Made Of Sugar & Spice

By Knikkolette Church I swear I remember walking up the aisle to the cockpit to sit on the pilot’s lap even though I wasn’t even two. I had my second birthday here in the states. Born in Seoul, South Korea, I was adopted and one of the only non-Caucasian students in a tiny school in […]

And Then, Maybe You Are Spicie Like Me….

And Then, Maybe You Are Spicie Like Me….

By Heather Jabusch I had never considered myself to be a feminist because I always thought that meant that women were better than men in everything. When in fact, it is about establishing and defending equal political, economic, and social rights for women. That I support! I never did anything because everyone else did it. […]

I Am Spicie Because I Am Unbreakable

I Am Spicie Because I Am Unbreakable

By Carrie Eckles I was three years old when I first realized that I wasn’t like everyone else. I ached and I was tired all the time. But I ignored it, because I told myself I was the only one and there was nothing that could be done about it. However, my parents noticed the […]

What Makes Me Spicie?

What Makes Me Spicie?

By Alicia Taylor What makes me Spicie? 1. I stand up for what I believe in. I may not believe what you believe, however, I am not one of those women that will agree with you in order to keep the peace. I have a right to my opinions, thoughts and feelings. Guess what? A […]

Why I Am a Spicie Woman- Tracy’s Turn

Why I Am a Spicie Woman- Tracy’s Turn

By Tracy Madlener My parents divorced when I was about two years old.  I’m sure being just eighteen had something to do with it, as I can’t imagine being so mature at that age to be an adult, a parent, and now divorced before ever having a legal drink at the bar.  Yes, they were […]

Why I Choose To Be A Spicie Woman

Why I Choose To Be A Spicie Woman

By Anise Smith I will start by saying that I never used to consider myself a feminist, only a black woman trying to make her way in a tough world. What made me focus on the ideology of feminism is that I am both a woman and black, which is twice as hard as being […]

I’m Secretly Wonder Woman And You Can Be A Superhero Too!

I’m Secretly Wonder Woman And You Can Be A Superhero Too!

By Amanda Fox Growing up, most of us wanted to be a superhero – even if it was just a brief phase. We knew that we couldn’t really fly or jump on the back of a whale and ride off to fight crime or shoot spiderwebs from our wrists, but hat didn’t matter. We wanted […]