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The “War on Christmas”.

**I’m specifically talking about the US for this post because things are different in different parts of the world. A few weeks ago, I wrote about the Starbucks holiday cups and how some saw the… Continue reading

Adopting an animal.

I am a big fan of animals and have been lucky enough to spend most of my life with pets. Going on shelter websites and seeing the dogs and cats they have up… Continue reading

Living through and supporting suicide attempt survivors.

(tw: suicide) Buzzfeed recently released a video of four suicide attempt survivors talking about their lives leading up to the attempt and how they’ve coped since. (tw: suicide and rape)

The latest Harry Potter installment is a play featuring a black Hermione.

I am a huge Harry Potter fan. I mean really huge fan – I grew up on the books, went to midnight releases (and dressed up for some of them…), I listened to… Continue reading

Anxiety as a haunted house.

I write about anxiety a lot because it’s something that I regularly deal with. It’s something that I face alone, a haunted house that I live in day after day. It lives in my… Continue reading

Family.

With all the holidays happening this time of year for many people, there’s definitely a lot of pressure to be around family. Or at the very least, that’s how it has been for… Continue reading

Sex work and listening to sex workers.

I want to start this by saying that I am not a sex worker in any sense of the term, nor have I ever been. Rather than trying (and definitely failing) to regurgitate… Continue reading

Healing and Safe Spaces.

Having spaces specifically for marginalized identities can often be lifesaving and revolutionary because in a country and culture where institutional racism, heterosexism, transphobia/transmisogyny, and many other things exist, it can be exhausting to continuously… Continue reading

Pushing Back on Privilege – Ability.

While I do struggle with depression and anxiety on a daily basis, I am very abled in many other ways. I’m able to access a variety of different resources or attend events because… Continue reading

Paris Climate Deal.

Last Saturday, the two week climate change talks in Paris ended with 196 countries approving an agreement to try and prevent the global temperatures from rising more than 2 degrees (Celsius). There are many… Continue reading