Stupid People

Get a Grip, Britt McHenry.

I recently signed up for Twitter.  I briefly used it four years ago when I was following a group of friends as they tweeted details of their cross-country tour around America.  I write articles about politics and social activism under a pen name and network with a lot of others who do the same, Continue reading “Get a Grip, Britt McHenry.”

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Family, Loss & Grief

A Year of Silence

One year ago today I received the worst news of my entire life:  that Grandma—my beloved adoptive parent, caretaker, and sturdy Rock of support—had suddenly passed away at home without any warning.  I hate this day, and I will hate this date for the rest of my life. Continue reading “A Year of Silence”

Feminism, Politics, Uncategorized

From Class to Trash

I must warn you right now before you begin reading that this is not exactly going to be a feminist post. Continue reading “From Class to Trash”

Politics

Way To Go, America

As Sinclair Lewis once famously said, “When Fascism comes to America, it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying a cross.”  And I fear that Fascism has now finally arrived at our doorstep and is standing there waiting for us to usher it inside of our home. Continue reading “Way To Go, America”

Uncategorized

The Art and Sport of Pole Dancing

Due to money being so tight this past summer, I had to stop going to my pole dance classes for a few months.  I also had to work so much that I didn’t have enough free time or energy to go to class.  But now that the dreadful slow summer season is over, I have the spare money and time to go back to classes again. Continue reading “The Art and Sport of Pole Dancing”