Priscilla Blossom is a writer and Latina feminist based in South Florida. She's a staff writer for Romper and a regular contributor to Hello Giggles and USA Today's 10Best. Her work has appeared in the Washington Post, Salon, Redbook, Bustle, Vivala, and others. She mainly writes about feminist parenting and child loss, pop culture, and travel. Pris is a long-time vegetarian, wannabe yogi, TV addict, and rainbow mom to a race car-obsessed toddler. She runs a personal feminist lifestyle blog at and can be found on Twitter and Instagram.

Priscilla Blossom's Articles

When you're supposed to be happy, but you aren't.

When Depression Takes Over Your Pregnancy

I felt lonelier than I ever had before. I didn’t recognize who I was anymore. I tried to play my role, but inside I was drowning.
Priscilla Blossom    |   03.24.16 12am   |   SHARE
Victim-blaming is never OK — yet it’s a very serious, very real, very prevalent problem.

To The Therapist Who Thought It Was OK To Victim-Blame

As an adult, I’ve experienced more trauma than I ever knew possible. Between multiple sexual assaults, the unexpected death of my first child, the highly traumatic birth of my second child and his... Read...
Priscilla Blossom    |   03.4.16 12am   |   SHARE