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Dancing is not my Strong Suit

Yesterday night, I went to my first ever Ceilidh.

For those who aren’t Scottish, don’t have Scottish friends, or don’t have an obscure love of bagpipes, a Ceilidh is a social Scottish dance that tends to happen around Burns Night. 453 more words


Will the nightmares end?

Content warning: sexual trauma & violence|

Will the nightmares ever end? I doubt it. I’m taking a pill that is supposed to help with nightmares and anxiety by lowering my adrenaline levels. 499 more words


DPSN Team Favourites: Vlog - Change (Anna)

DPSN is back online and we’re kicking off February with a few of our favourite blogs from 2017. This blog is Anna’s favourite – a vlog Sam made for ‘Change’ month, in which he interviews Julie about the work she does for Silver Rainbow… 60 more words


"You're not special/No one cares..."

In moderation, this particular negative self talk can actually alleviate my anxiety. No, I’m not a special case being nonbinary, trans and bipolar. Yes, there are plenty of other people with dissociative identity disorder–something barely anyone talks about publicly (including me, this is the first I’ve spoken on it but I will blog about it)… And guess what? 249 more words


Review: Darkling by Brooklyn Ray

 Series: Port Lewis Witches (book 1)

Genre: Paranormal, Romance

Diversity: LGBTQIA+ (m/m, trans* character, f/f)

Rating: 3/5 stars

Cover: Those colours! And the moons! And the candle! 471 more words


Sing When You're Winning

January turned out to be one of the worst months I have ever faced in my life. February is frankly not a whole lot better, if I am honest. 346 more words



Taong 2013, umuwi si Marian mula sa Japan dahil lubos ang kanyang pag-aalala sa kanyang naiwang mga magulang nang tumama ang bagyong Yolanda sa kanyang bayan, sa Leyte. 4,688 more words

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