Historical Podcasts

One of the things I love about podcasts is being able to learn about different things outside of a classroom and school. Regardless of how much schooling/education you have under your belt, you… Continue reading

Travel Anxiety.

When I was a kid, I wanted to travel the world and over the years, I’ve been privileged and able to see so much. But as time went on, I got more and… Continue reading

World AIDS Day.

Every year on December 1st, World AIDS Day is memorialized and many take today to talk about HIV/AIDS and support related organizations. While we’ve come a long way over the last few decades… Continue reading

Three Identical Strangers [film review]

Three Identical Strangers is a documentary about a true story that almost seems fake. In 1961, a set of triplets had been separated at birth and adopted out to three different families in… Continue reading

Trans Day of Remembrance

Edit: So apparently I was wrong about when Trans Day of Remembrance is. It is actually today (November 20th). Today is Trans Day of Remembrance, an annual day to remember and mourn all… Continue reading

Binge Worthy Podcasts

Whether you’re getting ready for a long trip, training for an upcoming race, or are simply just looking for a new podcast to listen to, there are a few different podcasts that are… Continue reading

‘It’s All In Your Head’ And Other Things Not to Say

One of the more difficult things about having a mental illness, at least for me, is dealing with people who don’t have a mental illness. It’s hard to explain what having a mental… Continue reading

‘Tomorrow Will Be Different: Love, Loss, and the Fight for Trans Equality’ by Sarah McBride

Coming out to her parents one Christmas Day years and years ago, Sarah McBride had no idea that her identity as a trans woman and a successful future could go hand in hand.… Continue reading

What Does It Mean To Be Nonbinary?

For as long as I can remember, I haven’t been particularly feminine. People were surprised every time I wore a dress; I’ve always preferred pants to dresses; makeup has always been a mystery… Continue reading

‘Quiet Heroes’ [film review]

When the HIV/AIDS epidemic first started in the 1970s, things progressed from confusing to terrible for an already marginalized community in the United States. However, there were two health professionals and a group… Continue reading