Kelsey Hough-Munger is a personal essayist from Seattle. She writes about healing from verbal, emotional and financial abuse as well as neglect. Finding spiritual freedom after religous trauma and extreme internalized sexism and biphobia. And eating disorder recovery.
Education is her passion. All children having access to education is the cause that’s dearest to her heart. No child should miss out on the education they deserve due to a lack of funding and supplies or thanks to laws and bureaucracy that fail to hold parents and educators accountable. Hough-Munger’s life goal is to be a voice for the children suffering educational neglect despite living in a country supposedly dedicated to compulsory education.
Because she isn’t always serious, Hough-Munger also enjoys sharing moments of laughter and light with readers on her personal blog. (If you’d like to follow her personal blog, email MsMunger1987@yahoo.com for a link and the password.)
Hough-Munger’s writing has been featured on The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, Chicago Tribune, Sydney Morning Herald, Salon, HelloGiggles, and elsewhere.