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Family Secrets

There are some things you do not talk about. It does not matter how close your friend, or lover is, you do NOT talk about it. 275 more words


Queer Theories' Intersectionality Pitfalls and My Shortcomings

A Simple Revolution was by far my favorite read of the six books my professor and I agreed to read together. Encompassing feminism, racism, the sixties movements, Malcom X, the military response to homosexuality, middle-class, poverty, and numerous other issues all fully developed within the 269 pages brought a story rarely told: the effort in the movements put forth by those without power or privilege. 504 more words


Federal Health Survey Compares Differences in Sexual Orientation

While cruising my Facebook page I stumbled upon a VOX article reporting a federal health survey comparing health differences between sexual orientation groups. This was fascinating, and I hope you check it out. 17 more words


Coming Out of the Closet

Though Curious Wine was a simple read I would typically take with me on vacation, every book carries a message for the reader. For me that message was the heavy weight given to the decision of being in a same-sex relationship, and being out. 362 more words


Nice Smile!

I am often told that I have a nice smile. I didn’t realize that until I started HRT. I would never have a truly real smile. 345 more words


City Mouse or Country Mouse?: Babies on location, location, location.

When it comes to where I want to live once I start into the process of raising a family, I think I have my mind pretty well made up already. 524 more words


This High School ex-President Shows how Our Voices Rile Those Who Want us Silent

In an interview with Melissa Harris Perry, Maya Peterson; writer, rapper and ex-president of the Lawrenceville School, speaks on her satirical photo her intentions behind the mocking her classmates. 237 more words