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Poem of the Week: "Who Said it was Simple," by Audre Lorde

Who Said it was Simple

Audre Lorde

There are so many roots to the tree of anger

that sometimes the branches shatter

before they bear. 103 more words

Poem Of The Week

Being gay is not a western invention. It's a human reality.

Today (6th August) Iceland is throwing their annual pride parade, Reykjavík Pride, to celebrate the LGBT community. In honor of the day I thought it’d be a nice idea to re-post a blog post that I wrote about 4 years ago and shared on my old blog. 919 more words

Thoughts + Talks + Discussions

Love and Romance in The Cursed Child

I had a beautiful dream to kick off my posts on this blog with a rare, untouched topic. But here I am writing about the latest addition to a hugely popular series everyone is giving their hot take on. 1,554 more words


A complicated kind of grief

Shooting in a gay bar in Orlando … 20 people dead … many wounded … shooter apparently swore allegiance to IS … I read the articles popping up on my Facebook feed almost in real time as if they don’t concern me. 1,369 more words

healthism and femininity

Anyway this is the kind of thing I’m talking about when I say the concept of “health” has been used to abuse and control people. 669 more words

Asexuality Talk

Lesbian mothering

My long-term relationships have all been heterosexual. This is a personal blog, but I do want to point out not all mothering comes in one package. 453 more words

Misfit Matriarch