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The Stolen Generation

By Trina Otero Have you heard of the Stolen Generation? These are the children who were forcibly taken from their families up until the 1970s. In 1869 the Aboriginal Protection Act was put into place in Australia, which "made Victoria the first Colony to enact a comprehensive scheme to regulate the lives of Aboriginal people. … Continue reading The Stolen Generation

Music Monday: “BET” by HUMAN

By Trina Otero Artist: HUMAN Track: BET Album: GRIND x PRAY Video Production: Jace from A Million Other Things GRIND x PRAY will be a dual sided EP. "BET" is a single from "PRAY." "Grind for everything you need and want in life and pray for the humility and serenity to enjoy the fruits of … Continue reading Music Monday: “BET” by HUMAN

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48 Things Women Hear in a Lifetime [that men don’t]

By Trina Otero The Goddess has been repressed, disrespected and degraded for so long. I truly believe strong women, standing in their power with the integration of both energies, will lead the masses out of the overly-dominant, imbalanced masculine control. I feel this is the only way to wake up our men; the only way … Continue reading 48 Things Women Hear in a Lifetime [that men don’t]

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No Wonder Lesbianism is on the Rise

By Trina Otero Written March 29, 2014 Published April 4, 2015 [To read this post with visual art, click here] No wonder lesbianism is on the rise. Women find a connection with other women. An appreciation. A sisterhood. A comfort. A deep love and devotion. Soul Love. We see the mother in one another. The … Continue reading No Wonder Lesbianism is on the Rise

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Traveling Thoughts

By Trina Otero Every time I take to the road I feel surges of inspirational energy, and I daydream of blank pages to fill. Crisp, white pages in a book just screaming for me to write on. I know where my destination is, but I'm never sure what or who I will encounter along the … Continue reading Traveling Thoughts

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Bom Dia from Mother Earth!

By Trina Otero I wanted to share some photos I took from my first aya trip. ❤ Enjoy! [P.S. If you'd like to share any of these, please credit me & my site, thank you!] This is a Brazilian empanada - I had mine with cheese only [vegetarian here]. Guaraná is a popular soda amongst … Continue reading Bom Dia from Mother Earth!

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History Lies to You: Indigenous Oppression is Still Alive & Kickin’

By Trina Otero The Truth has many enemies, the lie has many friends. - También La Lluvia History portrays the oppression, slavery, and murder of the indigenous (natives) as something of the past, which is FALSE. This is still reality and still happening in various parts of the world, even in your precious United States … Continue reading History Lies to You: Indigenous Oppression is Still Alive & Kickin’

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Cosmic Disclosure: Life Outside of Earth

By Trina Otero If you already know that life exists outside of Earth -- or you have always felt this way -- and if you know of some of the events taking place within our solar system and beyond (or yet again have been curious about this), then yes I invite you to watch the … Continue reading Cosmic Disclosure: Life Outside of Earth

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The Significance of a Nose Piercing

By Trina Otero Last weekend I felt the urge to go get my nose pierced. Yep, sounds wild that I had a sudden "urge." But it's not that strange at all -- I have admired the nose piercing for many years, the same way I admired tattoos, and I knew I wanted to do it … Continue reading The Significance of a Nose Piercing