BIO

Crystal Jackson is a former family therapist who's evolved into a spinner of stories and dreamer of dreams. She writes across genres to encompass blog posts, poetry, short stories, children's books, and literary fiction. When she's not chasing around 2 wild and wonderful children, she's busy creating alchemy from words and feelings, constantly seeking ways to transform struggle into ecstatic beauty. When she's not writing or chasing children, you can find her practicing yoga, meditating, running, reading, advocating for feminism and social justice, plotting and planning adventures, or sitting in a blanket fort with her nose in a book.

Crystal Jackson's Articles

I never use the phrase “man up," not since I realized that I was perpetuating misogyny with those two simple words.

"Man Up" Should Be Replaced With This

I never use the phrase “man up," not since I realized that I was perpetuating misogyny with those two simple words. So here's what I use instead.
Crystal Jackson of The Good Men Project    |   08.27.18 12am   |   SHARE