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Like Me

Badia Atcherson Like Me, have you ever looked around and asked, where are all the women who looks like me? I mean really. Sometimes, I feel like yelling “WHERE ARE ALL the BLACK and BROWN women/people?” In our MRKH community, … Continue reading

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What I Would Tell My 17 Year Old Self (MRKH Edition)

Badia Atcherson Dear Badia, Who am I? This is your 45-year-old self-writing you. I am writing you to encourage you. This time will pass. The words” you are not able to have your own children”, are words that will forever … Continue reading

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