About Me

I’m a Political Science and Public Relations university student in Canada. I wanted to create a platform to inspire intersectional women to be unapologetically loud.

It can be difficult to relate to certain political views, especially traditional political ideology, which has always been a source of discomfort for me. Having many identities, I have found little that I can relate to wholly. I am a female of multiracial identity. I’m made up of Jamaican, Bajan, Irish, English, and 7th Generation Canadian descent. One of my parents, though visibly Black, was adopted by an all white Italian family. I say this because it explains why I support, in part, certain movements because I sympathize with many perspectives.

This blog will aim to give a voice to issues that require empathy from many points of views. Especially being visibly black and typically being so in many situations, I will try to dedicate a section to recognition and celebration of black figures during the month of February.

This blog is called Leave Her Wild with the URL herrelativism.wordpress.com. Leave Her Wild is a line from a poem by writer Atticus, which expressed the desire to allow women to live unrestricted by any barriers . Her Relativism is based on the ideology of relative thought. Relativism is defined as any theory holding that truth or moral or aesthetic value, etc, is not universal or absolute but may differ between individuals or cultures.I therefore acknowledge that nit everyone will agree with what I have to say. That is why this is MY truth.

I love and often advocate intersectional womanist ideology, I won’t deny that.  But the appeal of civil rights has also been a interest of mine. This blog will strive to be a platform for millennial advocacy of just that. For a modern feminist activist.


I have chosen to no longer be apologetic for my femaleness and my femininity. And I want to be respected in all of my femaleness because I deserve to be. – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie