The second stop on my queer literary adventure has been delightful! As much as Melmoth the Wanderer was a slog through meandering gothic horror, Joseph and His Friend, A Story of Pennsylvania, by Bayard Taylor is brimming with sweetness and romance.
In all the talk about Jussie S. we continue to ignore the fact that #QPOC are more likely to be victims of hate crimes & less likely to get support from law enforcement.
Hello and Happy New Year. 2018 was a year of community, exploration, joy, and grief. Here's a look at what happened in 2018 and what I'm looking forward to as 2019 unfolds.
We're at a critical point in US history. There are still people in this country who are doing good work. Make the choice to be one of them.
I’m amazed I got to 46, had the life experiences I’ve had, and still managed to be that hopeful and optimistic. Then November 8, 2016 happened. Now, I just feel betrayed.
My problem: How do I have these difficult political conversations without turning into a rage beast or having a panic attack? My solution is to borrow some wisdom from the kinkier side of the bedroom.
Trump and his cadre of vipers are abandoning the Paris Accords. Elon Musk and Robert Iger stood up to Trump's ignorance. Now it's our turn to help.
The resistance needs you, so you need to take care of yourself! Here are 5 ideas for self-care that altogether total 30 minutes. Give one or all of them a try and keep fighting!
Another week, another shot at the GOP shell game. While we were mourning the dead in Syria (rightfully so) and ogling the “rocket’s red glare” of those 59 Tomahawks (come on people, didn’t we get enough of nighttime missile launch shots in 2003?), the GOP was busy.
Last week while the world was watching Syria, The Trump Administration took advantage of the horrible event to announce the defunding of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). Here's why.