RBG (Documentary Review)

Going into a matinee showing of RBG on Memorial Day last May, I was surprised at the number of people in the audience. The movie had been out for a couple weeks at… Continue reading

Shrill: Notes From A Loud Woman by Lindy West

I honestly don’t know how exactly I came to know of Lindy West as a writer but for too long, she was someone I had heard about but never knew more than a… Continue reading

The New Year.

Is it cliche to say that with this new year, I hope to be a new me? Probably. It seems more cliche writing it down. I’ve never been one for huge, drunken New… Continue reading

The Holidays.

Over the last couple of years, the holidays have been tough for me emotionally. The dark days combined with family troubles and mental illness have meant that I no longer love this time… Continue reading

Travel.

Over the course of their existence, planes, trains, and cars have been getting more affordable. Because of that and many other factors, traveling the world has been more accessible than ever! Rather than… Continue reading

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