It wasn’t that I wasn’t called homeless. It wasn’t that I won the argument. I was prideful for being seen for I am under circumstances that I would have expected the opposite result from.
Contrapoints in this episode brings to your eyes and ears the discourse of transfeminism. Although from the frontline of “radical” feminist attacks, communication becomes abused by bigots. In this way, you can learn more about racism and homophobia from this video essay; WATCH.
Surpassing Certainty: What My Twenties Taught Me by Janet Mock My rating: 5 of 5 stars This book was an insightful look into the magazine writer’s world from the fresh young perspective of a black, Hawaiian, trans woman. The majority of the books includes her trials and tribulations as a
Are all runaways alone? And other questions I would ask the people of the Central American caravan in hopes of maybe getting a better understand myself as a chronically depressed and all-around isolated person.
I love reading. One of my favorite things to do, is read several books on a subject, all at once, and take notes on their overlap and relativity. My goal with my reading like this, is something I picked up by going to college. You’d go to class, and be
“Coincidence that National Compliment Day and National Peanut Butter Day are on the same day? I think not. May as well call today National Get-Over-Seasonal-Depression Day.” From my personal Facebook. Wednesday, Jan. 24, is National Peanut Butter Day and aside from the history of the day, there’s a pretty neat
The secret to staying thin? It’s Pop Secret, but I’ll tell you here. It’s popcorn. Happy National Popcorn Day!