“You should never be a mom.” “You would be a horrible mother.”
Not sure the number of times I heard these lines through my childhood, but it was often enough that these words took root in my life and grew deep. 695 more words
Tonight, I finally remembered that I hadn’t posted the epilogue for my Lovestruck Librarians series yet. So at long last, here it is!
The epilogue is about the length of a long chapter, and I had SO MUCH FUN with it. 109 more words
For most of my life I have been an observer of normal girls and women in order to figure out a way to not make them uncomfortable and perhaps even make a friend or two. 1,329 more words
Okay, so maybe calling myself a misogynist is a little harsh. I’m a pretty forward-thinking, intersectional feminist who believes that all people should be treated fairly and deserve basic human rights regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, religious beliefs*, nationality, disability, or political affiliation*. 605 more words