Mary Lou makes the decision of a lifetime and walks out after 43 long years.
From the Songs of #MeToo project
Utah and Colorado: Hazel Delehey and friends are hiking for miles and Hazel has fallen ill. She and her friends call themselves the “Stoke Train” to keep them going.
This song is part of the Songs of #MeToo project.
“Show Up” is about wanting to live life untarnished by fear or doubt
Matthew is my hero, he died and saved us all.
I want a lock on my bedroom door. He held me down with his hands.
Should I call out—I don’t want a scene.
Maybe there’s no home, things do change. But beautiful differences
make things okay.
If I spoke up after 40 years,
does it take away what you’ve done.
Does my life get any better if you spend yours in jail?