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Category Archives: anti-oppression work
Read something. A book, a magazine, the back of the cereal box, the newspaper, that post your friends are all reposting, the blog you’re so behind on, the erotic stories that turn you on, the childhood favorite you’ve already read … Continue reading
I told Red I felt like a sponge that has absorbed too much and can’t hold anything more. I used this analogy to describe my feeling of being incapable of taking on anything more. feeling generally raw some days I … Continue reading
I initiated a conversation elsewhere on privilege with the prompt “What privilege are you unpacking today?” … One person responded, perhaps out of discomfort or lack of understanding – “Love wins. That is all” To which I responded, “Love needs … Continue reading
Quick fact sheet for opposing I1515 (PDF) Our state anti-discrimination law, known as the Washington Law Against Discrimination (WLAD), clearly prohibits discrimination because of “gender expression or identity.”. The Human Rights Commission (HRC) is charged with enforcing that law. In … Continue reading
From my post to social media: June 17, 2016 Sometimes I think I’ll just crack wide open from the weight of it all. All of it. The well of pain and grief that swallowed me whole this weekend. It’s heavy … Continue reading
I told a friend I was going to Florida for spring break with my family and he gave me a concerned look. “Be careful down there, especially in the bathrooms.” That gave me pause, because though I’d been reading about … Continue reading
I’m writing this post because of a recent question from the Oregon Girl about my thoughts on masculine privilege in female identified masculine-of-center people and how I had seen it manifest. I am going to answer based on my experience, … Continue reading
The Oregon Girl asked this question: Feminism, what does it mean to you? Do you consider yourself a feminist? If not, why not? … this was my response: Feminism to me is a philosophy and life approach that sees all people … Continue reading