Growing up in the Bible Belt in the early 2000s, I had very little, if any, positive representation of LGBTQ+ folks. It wasn’t until my early 20s that I encountered stories of queer young adults discovering and owning their identities, and it was nothing short of life-changing. I finally saw and understood my authentic self … Continue reading ~ sapphic summer reading list ~
I often get overwhelmed when someone asks me to share about my life, my background, and my struggles. There’s no easy place to begin, and often things feel too heavy, too nuanced, and too raw to pour out on the unsuspecting masses. My goal for this post, and any future posts, is that it is … Continue reading The Second Time I Kissed a Woman
Life has been a bit hazy, unclear and has had very few concretes. I've been struggling hard to find those constant, concrete pillars to build my life around for a few years now. For a long time (i.e. my whole life), my idea of God and Jesus filled that spot. It kept me centered and … Continue reading Itchy Sweater
Valentine's Day is the biggest day of the year for the commercial flower industry. Most people grab a bouquet from their local supermarket and don't think twice about it. But do you know what it took for those flowers to get to you? The US imports nearly 80% of it's flowers, and the majority come … Continue reading It’s Valentine’s Day. Do you know where your flowers come from?
You posted a black square on your Instagram, but police brutality is still a thing! What now? If this is your first time working through antiracism, this could be a hard moment to navigate. It's been a month since George Floyd's murder and Black Lives Matter hit the mainstream, and things seem to be slowing … Continue reading A BLM Guide