I love this title too. It's the "different". We can't always guarantee that the work we do and the strides we make will end up making things better, but your struggle will be different from mine and maybe we'll end up in a place where our identities don't heap specific struggles on us. I like... Continue Reading →
I'd rather be wrong by giving grace than by withholding it.
Both Wikipedia and Transgender History give a complete history of why it is that June is the LGBT Pride Month. In a nutshell, events were originally put together to commemorate the Stonewall riots but it eventually grew into what is now LGBT Pride Month, or more colloquially known as Gay Pride Month. Personally, I prefer the acronym... Continue Reading →
Review: Personally, I loved the rambling style of the book. At first, it was a little annoying. I was never sure if she was talking to me as the reader directly, if she was talking to her partner, herself, or just the world in general the way any other nonfiction writer might. I was never... Continue Reading →
I was searching on Kindle Unlimited for a new book to read after finishing Full Frontal Feminism: A Young Woman's Guide to Why Feminism Matters and came across this. I haven't mentioned it here before, but my husband is studying to be a pastor. I know this technically has nothing at all to do with me, but... Continue Reading →