About Me: Shae Collins
I am a proud Black feminist who loves writing and doing things people think are impractical. I’m passionate about black women’s issues and most interested in working with writers, magazines, online sites, organizations, and enthusiastic people to eradicate our nation of institutionalized racism and everyday microaggressions. I write editorial stuff (whatever that means), think pieces, short essays and fiction.
My work has been published in EBONY, Everyday Feminism, Our Weekly Newspaper, For Harriet, Ms. magazine, XO Jane, Slutist, and Racialicious, and republished on Huff Post Women, Clutch Magazine and Jezebel.
Hope you enjoy A Woman’s Worth.
Some of my published work:
- Bad Girls Are My New Role Models
- Women Rappers: Sexy or Sexualized?
- Hip Hop Makes Room for “Tampons and Tylenol”
- Top 10 Women Rappers to Add to Your Playlist
- Where Are All the Leading Ladies of Color?
- Hey Pop Stars, Culture is More Than Skin Deep
- Muslim Teen to Kick Butt as Marvel’s Latest Super Hero
- I Shouldn’t Need An Excuse to be a Virgin
- Top 5 Things Not to Say to A Black Feminist
- 4 Things I Should’ve Done While Unemployed for 5 months