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Category Archives: queer life
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
This weekend was amazing and I want to come back and tell you more about it and write stories and everything… Switchy Witchy Woman hosted a dinner party on Saturday night, inviting myself as co-host and two guests, NeighborFemme and … Continue reading
From offbeatfamilies, a story about a Lesbian Dad… Since our son Leo was born, my partner JB has chosen to go by “Dad” rather than some variation of mother. I won’t go into too much detail about her gender identity … Continue reading
This weekend I had a date. An in person kind of date. Â An in person, in the wonderfully sexy flesh kind of date. She lives in Portland, her name is Ruby and we had a very nice time. The end. … Continue reading
Though I have been going through a lot of hard stuff lately, it’s not all gloom and doom, so let’s lighten it up with some of the good things happening in my life: I’m starting therapy today and although some … Continue reading
Another Buddy monologue, a bit from the novel-in-progress: I had become unsure of my place in the world. Â Was I a woman who looked like a man and felt like one sometimes? Â Was I a man trapped in a womanâ€™s … Continue reading
What am I up to, you ask? Â There’s always plenty going on, here are a few of the items that are getting my attention and time lately: Writing up session proposals for Gender Odyssey. Â One is called Wanted: Your Stories, … Continue reading
It is October 11th, National Coming Out Day for gender and sexual preference non-conforming people. Â A lot of people use this day make public coming out statements or to speak to people privately about their sexual preference and/or gender identity. … Continue reading