Category Archives: GLBTQQIAA Youth

Reviewing The Unintentional Time Traveler by Everett Maroon

The Unintentional Time Traveler by Everett Maroon is a soon to be released young adult novel introducing Jack, a self-deprecating and entertainingly sarcastic fifteen year old boy with a knack for automotive repair and self-acceptance beyond his age.  He suffers … Continue reading

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Changing the World Begins *here*

There is a lot I’d like to change about the world, a lot that frustrates me, plenty that makes me grieve for my fellow earthlings.  It’s easy to lay blame, to say ‘someone oughta do something!’, and I’m certainly guilty … Continue reading

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Pizza Klatch: We had to make a tough call

… that’s why we get paid the big bucks, right? So far I’ve co-facilitated two Pizza Klatch lunches at my alma mater and already, we’ve had some unexpected challenges. For our inaugural week, we had great attendance for both lunches, … Continue reading

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Going Back to High School: Pizza and queer kids

I went back to my high school, today, and luckily it wasn’t the nightmare that I often have involving semi-nudity and forgetting my locker combination.  I was there to co-facilitate a Pizza Klatch group for the first time and I … Continue reading

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