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Monthly Obsessions #7

Hello everyone!

Are you ready to find out more of my monthly obsessions?! To be quite honest with you guys this month has been really tough for me and that has affected my reading, my blog hopping and everything else. 445 more words

Young Adult

#BookReview: Been Here All Along by Sandy Hall

Been Here All Along

Author: Sandy Hall

Publisher: Swoon Reads

Genre/Themes: YA, Contemporary, LGBTQ+

Release Date: August 30th 2016

Page Count: 224

Format: Paperback… 707 more words

This Better Day

I’m getting to bed after a long, restless night and a busy evening at work, so I’ll keep this brief. I just wanted to post to say that yes, even sorrow is fleeting (see… 280 more words

Why I Sit, Part II.

The last time I sat while the national anthem played was at Erika’s volleyball game just a few weeks ago. I was the only one. Dad was behind me, back a few rows of those middle school gym bleachers. 809 more words

Racism

Why I support the LGBTQIA Community

It was a shock at first. I’m not going to lie. Actually, it was a shock for a long time.

It came completely out of the blue. 2,122 more words

LGBT

I Was Taught to Hate My Lesbian Neighbors. They Took Me In Anyway.

“Penny and Joy are going to hell, but you can save them.” Penny and Joy chose to love Dena even though they knew that she was being taught to hate them.

Essay

Movie Review: Moonlight

Moonlight is captivating and powerful

Take almost every minority stereotype that you have ever heard and throw it out the window. Moonlight, directed by Barry Jenkins, is an absolutely beautiful coming of age depiction of a black, gay male in Miami. 261 more words

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