The New York Times – For June Jordan and Muriel Rukeyser, the Arc of Moral Verse Bent Toward Justice Far Out – The songs Bob Dylan has played live the most Twitter – This beautiful summer sunset. The New York Times – He Couldn’t Remember That We Broke Up Twitter – Reminder Podcast – WeContinue reading “What I’ve Been Clicking On – Part 8”
For so many years, I lived in fear of what other people have to say. I was always afraid of what could happen if I spoke my truth. If I shared something, what would people think? What would they say? What would the inevitable response be? Recently, I realized it doesn’t matter what other peopleContinue reading “Both Things Can Be True”
Bonus – A random tweet I sent out somehow got a lot of attention. Ah, the Internet. Gotta love it.
Vogue Magazine – The 15 LGBTQ+ Books We’re Most Excited About This Year The New York Times – A Recharged New York, Through Young Eyes The New York Times – New York Is Back. Now It Has a Second Chance The New York Times – A Summer of Reading Substack – Hot Divorcée Summer SubstackContinue reading “What I’ve Been Clicking On – Part 6”
Oliva Rodrigo’s Sour Oprah and Prince Harry’s Apple TV+ show about mental health. Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes’ Calm Series This incredible conversation with Brene Brown and Ashley C. Ford. This insightful conversation between Prince Harry on Armchair Expert. Demi Lovato coming out as non-binary This photo of Milo Ventimiglia directing an episode of ThisContinue reading “What I’ve Been Clicking On – Part 3”
Before you press send, check to make sure the information your sharing is accurate. A quick google search will let you know if the information, article, or quote you gravitated towards is correct. You don’t want to be spreading misinformation. Labeling anxiety and mental health as negative is harmful. Anxiety is a natural response andContinue reading “PSA”
Love isn’t defined by gender. But we live in a society where Many people are still taught Love between a man and a woman is natural And everything else is sinful.This teaching is dangerous because It leads to shame for those who love peopleOutside the heteronormative view.Acceptance for the LGBTQ+ community has grownOver the lastContinue reading “Love Isn’t Defined by Gender”