Megan Thee Stallion is providing fans with proper mental health resources and we are here for it



Megan Thee Stallion is back at it again doing, checks notes, “real hot girl sh*t.” 

Megan doesn’t just create music that boosts your confidence–although she definitely does that–she also has pioneered a new mental health portal, designed to improve people’s mental state by providing them with resources. It has been a career of iconic moves for Megan Thee Stallion and she just has unveiled her latest one: Bad Bitches Have Bad Days Too. 

Megan has created a website that not only provides mental health resources, but is intersectional in its approach. The categories on her website include: The LGBT National Youth Talkline, Trans Lifeline, Therapy for Black Girls, Therapy for Black Men, Black Mental Wellness, and Strongheart Native Helpline, among others. She is putting marginalized groups at the forefront of mental health treatment, changing the narratives that we often see when it comes to mental health. She also provides numbers for crisis hotlines and substance abuse treatment. 

Get ready to crank some Stallion tonight for she has earned it. 

By providing this service, Megan is being protective and responsible, looking out for anyone out there who needs help. Megan’s mental health resources might be just what we need. The title alone encapsulates how people can be strong and resilient while still occasionally struggling, taking away the ideas of weakness that are often associated with seeking help. 

As if alleviating the stigma surrounding mental health wasn’t enough, people who go to her website can take links to specific resources, call hotlines, and find a therapist. The platinum artist has outdone herself. 

The launch of this website coincides with the release of her new album “Traumazine.” The title gets its name from the hook of Megan’s new song “Anxiety,” in which she opens up about her feelings of anxiety. In the song she states, “They keep saying I should get help/but I don’t even know what I need.”

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