Intimacy in a Colorblind Era

An Autoethnography

The intimacy was laced with feelings of treachery. He and I lay, backs facing each other, on the same bed. Our minds raced to understand when a snake had replaced the other. We had been together for almost four years. This translates to, walking away was a heavy decision. Sure, we weren’t married and were without children, but it is undeniable how formidable one’s twenties are with its…

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Maya L, M.A.

Maya L, M.A.

I explore the intersectionality of race and culture from a humanistic lens. Host of The Renegade Professor Podcast.