Don’t worry — I think I can take J.K. Rowling in a fight. Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash Hot take: I don’t like TERFs. I spent a long time on International Women’s Day last week arguing with one, and it left me feeling spiteful. If you aren’t familiar with the acronym, TERF stands for … Continue reading TERF Deserves to be a Dirty Word
The Many Conflicting Feelings of Watching Today’s Impeachment Trial
Anyone want to talk about it? Photo by Daryan Shamkhali on Unsplash I’m an American millennial, raised on stories of people huddling around tv sets to watch the first space flights. All my life, I’ve been told by those people that we should be proud to be American, grateful to be born here. I think … Continue reading The Many Conflicting Feelings of Watching Today’s Impeachment Trial
A White Uprising
Is it possible for a coup attempt to be privileged? Photo by Caleb Perez on Unsplash Yesterday, domestic terrorists breached the Capitol Building, seat of civics for the United States of America. Obviously, there are numerous questions worth asking about this event. What lead to it, who is responsible, and most importantly, what do we … Continue reading A White Uprising
Celebrating Independence Day Felt like a Betrayal
To my fellow Americans — How about not? Photo by Dawid Zawiła on Unsplash So terribly, terribly much has happened thus far in 2020. Especially if you live in America. Remember when we were all optimistic for the start of a new decade? I don’t either. Watching America deteriorate is essentially my only pastime now. Not particularly by choice, but … Continue reading Celebrating Independence Day Felt like a Betrayal
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