the end of pride month grief lingers heavy in the summer air I cannot properly put into words how I am feeling still in the midst of processing the weight of the fact that women in this country are not allowed to choose what’s best for their bodies
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”
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”
New York Times – Transport Yourself With a Literary Escape This Summer LA Times – How Hailee Steinfeld learned to open up by playing poet Emily Dickinson Vogue – Shawn Mendes on How Meditation Has Transformed His Relationship—And His Sense of Self YouTube – Olivia Rodrigo – A Short Film (Vevo LIFT) Instagram – TheContinue reading “What I’ve Been Clicking On – Part 5”
Dear Readers, I’ve been doing a lot of listening lately. Listening to those who are demanding change at protests and providing links online. I’ve been reading books, articles, and essays from black writers about what’s happening right now. I’m learning more about our history as a nation than I was taught in high school. IContinue reading “Listening”
Society has a standard for everyone. If you’re outside of the cookie cutter Example, then you’re deemed as different. As we grow up, we realize we all have our Struggles and strides, we’re all different in Some shape or form. Though, those who Are capable of protecting what makes them Different are lucky. Those whoContinue reading “Outside of the Box”
Be your loud, beautiful self.Don’t allow those who Don’t understand youTo the silence the singingIn your soul.