Happy Pride Sunday!
Friday the 26th marked the 5th anniversary of the Obergefell vs. Hodges decision that made marriage equality a reality in the US.
This anniversary is a bright spot in a difficult time.
Another bright spot: I found my new favorite book tag.
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It’s the 23nd of Pride Month.
I’m doing this tag today in celebration.
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Today in gay news: the Supreme Court ruled in favor of employment protections for queer and trans individuals.
WE’RE A PROTECTED CLASS NOW, BAYBEE.
In less-historic news: I just finished She-Ra and the Princesses of Power on Netflix.
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The VERY amazing Margaret @ Weird Zeal created this excellent original tag for Women’s History Month (which is THIS MONTH! RIGHT NOW!)
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Whether you’re buying gifts for friends and family or browsing for books for yourself, this list might help point you in a direction.
I hope you find something you like.
Continue reading “Holiday Book Shopping Guide”
Last night, while waiting for the bus, I got angry.
It happened while I was reading updates on the impeachment trial and accompanying Tweets from Methodists annoyed with the proceedings.
They have every right to be frustrated.
Ten months ago, queer Methodists (myself included) and their allies were denied inclusion in the Methodist denomination.
It took the Methodist church a matter of days to make me unwelcome in the denomination and ruin my entire year.
Meanwhile, it’s taken MONTHS to initiate impeach proceedings against the man who instated a trans military ban and popularized the phrase “grab her by the pussy.”
After waking up feeling extra salty and extremely political, I drafted a Christmas list.
Santa better deliver.
Continue reading “My Rage-Fueled Grown-Up Christmas List”