Why I Am Marching

The past few months I haven't been writing. I've made vague scratches at the page, but nothing felt like enough. Donald Trump is nothing new. He is only the concentrated epitome of racism, sexism, classism, and xenophobia that has long held our country in its claws. His rise to power, however, has granted the more … Continue reading Why I Am Marching

A Note from Poor White America

I'm probably going to get SO MUCH backlash from this, but you know what, I stopped caring about ten days ago. I've talked to a lot of people about this motherfucking election. And a lot of people I've talked to have noted that "racism/sexism/homophobia/utter disdain for the environment/etc. are bad BUT" And then continue with … Continue reading A Note from Poor White America

Who Controls the Narrative: Thoughts on Being a Woman, Luke Cage, and the Presidential Election

*I was working on this before the election and I wish I had published it back then, but I hope it'll still be relevant.* **Content warning: discussion of sexual violence** Narratives are what we tell ourselves to make sense of a disparate and confusing universe. Narratives have power. Narratives shape reality, our sense of identity, … Continue reading Who Controls the Narrative: Thoughts on Being a Woman, Luke Cage, and the Presidential Election