Dear Patriarchy, I Finally Love You

A Journey from Apathy to Empathy on Father’s Day 2020

I used to think Father’s Day was a bullshit holiday fabricated by greedy greeting card distributors to increase profit margins.

But this Father’s Day is different, because I am different. And as I sit and reflect on what’s present, I realize: my heart breaks for the men in this world.

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Azrya is here to make D.O.P.E art (Daring, Original, Personal, Expression). She does this through writing, filmmaking and coaching of high impact individuals.

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Azrya Bequer

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Azrya is here to make D.O.P.E art (Daring, Original, Personal, Expression). She does this through writing, filmmaking and coaching of high impact individuals.

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