Alexandra is a writer and the founder of On Our Moon. She believes vulnerability is healing the world. And cats, cats heal everything. Though she just got a puppy and now believes puppies can cure just about anything. TBD.
Who gets to police vulnerability? And more importantly: Who gets to dictate its impact?
Digital Tent ON October 6, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
Would we have cancel culture if we had justice culture?
Digital Tent ON September 22, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
The social stigma is far worse than the diagnosis itself.
Digital Tent ON September 14, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
Having crooked teeth feels like a lack of personal hygiene. Not fixing my teeth feels like neglect.
Digital Tent ON September 8, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
Traumatized people chronically feel unsafe inside their bodies.
Digital Tent ON August 19, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
The perception and avoidance of anger within the spiritual community is harmful, and does nothing to help fight injustice.
Digital Tent ON July 20, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
Unsolicited advice only pushed me into isolation — leaving me to deal with very complicated feelings on my own.
Digital Tent ON July 14, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
Writing down my list of lessons about the absence of life kicking inside of me allowed me to believe that...
Digital Tent ON June 10, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
I’m learning to put down my guard, my weapons, and my anger, and allow for more compassion and forgiveness.
Digital Tent ON May 7, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
Do you make me feel light or do you make me feel heavy?
Digital Tent ON April 30, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
The hairs that naturally grow out of my body down there have caused me quite a bit of shame since...
I realized that the older I got, the more and more I became dependent on my partner for my orgasms.
Digital Tent ON January 28, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour