Amelia Shroyer

Amelia Shroyer

Writer & Editor for hire

Amelia is a writer and immigrant living in Stockholm. She writes for The Establishment, Huffington Post, Dallas Morning News, Vagenda Magazine, The Toast, and House of Gilda.

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The Huffington Post

White Fragility Is Racial Violence

White Fragility Is Racial Violence

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The Huffington Post

Vegetarianism Isn't All or Nothing | Amelia Shroyer

Vegetarianism Isn't All or Nothing | Amelia Shroyer...

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The Huffington Post

Stop Saying 'Rape' Out of Context

When I hear the word "rape," especially when it is used out of context, it makes me extremely uncomfortable. It can make me feel unsafe -- either physically or emotionally -- in the company of the people who've said it. It is painful; it ......

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The Huffington Post

How To Be a Trans* Ally

You can be a trans ally in a lot of different ways; there is no one, fool-proof guide. I spent some time researching and putting my own experiences as an ally down into a list of 'bare minimum' criteria.......

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The Huffington Post

27 Lessons I've Learned Before My 27th Birthday | Amelia Shroyer

27 Lessons I've Learned Before My 27th Birthday | A...

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The Huffington Post

How Can White People Better Talk About Racism? | Amelia Shroyer

How Can White People Better Talk About Racism? | Am...

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The Huffington Post

Reproductive Rights Today: Still Not Safe

Why aren't we critical of men's sexuality in the same way we constantly scrutinize and blame women?......

The Huffington Post

Amelia Shroyer

Amelia Shroyer is a native Texan who moved abroad in 2011 and works in social media marketing and translation. She is into writing, painting, playing classic adventure RPGs and revolutionary art....

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The Huffington Post

It Gets Better - No Really It Does

One of the most cliché things people say when something bad happens is, "you're going to come out of this even stronger." How can something so true sound like such bullshit? When you're in the midst of heartbreak, grief or trauma......