Who am I?

I am Kyelle Cameron. I have always felt like a social outcast, it seems that I am incapable of holding a “normal” societal worldview.

The world has become an interesting place recently. At the core, I feel like my values align with many of the recent social movements, but at the same time I am so disillusioned with the type of change that results from these movements, I find that it is difficult for me to be supportive.

I want to encourage people to think critically and come to their own conclusions. Some of my opinions may be unconventional, but something in the status quo needs to change.
I want to empower women without disempowering men.
I’d like to see feminism and men’s rights advocacy merge. I want equality of opportunity, not necessarily equality of outcome.
I want to celebrate the differences between men and women.