Safer Spaces for EVERYONE

The way people throw around the term "safe space" and then make the very space that's supposed to be safe, UNSAFE for others really confuses me.  Who is the safe space for?  Only the most oppressed?  Only the most damaged?  The most fragile?  

The LGBTQ High School Lunch Room

Do you see racism and sexism in our LGBTQ community?  Do you not see it?  Look around.  This blog telsl you all about what I see when I look around. This is a very special Blog as part of the Blog March organized by Robin Renee.  http://www.robinrenee.com/blog

A Proton Stream for Feminism - Ghostbusters 2016 ROCKS

Ghostbusters 2016 strikes a blow for feminism in so many ways!  Love the movie.  Read more about why it's the best one of the summer!

United We Stand. Divided We Fall.

Got into an antagonistic exchange with some folks who are part of the Black Lives Matter movement.  It taught me something about myself and why I feel we are all ONE.  United We Stand.  Divided We Fall.

Black Man Walking

The 153rd, 154th and 155th black man this year has been shot and killed in the USA by white male cops this week.  What are we going to do about it?  How are we going to come together as citizens and protest these abominable conditions?  

Building on the Pulse

It's been more than three weeks since the Pulse Nightclub shooting and the deaths of 50 innocent LGBTQ folks.  What are we doing to build on the community that we felt right after this tragedy?  A plea to everyone who wants to build on The Pulse tragedy.  Come on out!

How to Radically Self Love

Last week I wrote about the need for radical self love.  Today I write about HOW to achieve radical self-love.  

A Time for Radical Self-Love

In the wake of Orlando, we need to come together -- each of us -- while also bringing our own radical self-love to the table.

One

ONE, a poem for everyone effected by the Pulse shooting.

To Grieve Perchance to Heal

A poem to honor those who were mercilessly and senselessly killed in Orlando this past weekend.

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