“Those predators you’re so worried will sneak into the Target bathroom? They’re all around you. They are your Priest, your kid’s coach, your neighbor, your uncle, your youth group leader, your United States Speaker of the House.”
“For all the fears around us wanting to use the bathroom, the reality is that we’re far more afraid to use it than you know.” Emily Heath writes about the stressful experience of being gender non-conforming in a public restroom.
A collection of writing and art on motherhood.
“While ‘race relations’ may be working in Halifax for middle aged white people, for many of us large scale improvement is not so obvious… this is a city where three black men were gunned down last week. Fuck your race relations, let’s talk about white supremacy.”
Gabrielle Bellot writes about growing up transgender: “What I truly desired was to be Litaesque, even as I could never admit that I really wanted to be a woman wrestler, or I would be a faggot, a buller, a batty bwoi.”
Sample the The Long Goodbye, Meghan O’Rourke’s memoir of grief and the loss of her mother, in the New Yorker: “Trying to let her go, I found that I was only hungry for more of her. A mother is a story with no beginning. That is what defines her.”
When I Joined the Army, I was in great shape. As stated in my letter 6-16-2011, The following happened to me During AIT Qualification course @ the end of the training to graduate. After I had be…
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