I'm gonna start by telling you a story. The morning sun streaked through a crack in the curtains, laying a line of bright light across the face of the person sleeping on the bed. They twitched, pulled a pillow across their face, settled back into deep, rhythmic breathing. The cat at the end of the … Continue reading On gender neutral pronouns.
So, when I was twenty one, I was in the middle of a separation that would end in divorce, in the middle of a custody battle, in the middle of not knowing anything about myself, really. I knew what I believed: I believed I knew what love was, I was agnostic and regularly attended church; … Continue reading On growth
This week, in New Zealand, we have a moment of truth presenting itself. The back story is long and complex. As these things so often are in politics, it is a distraction from a main event. The shiny paper keeping everyone's attention over here. The dead cat thrown on the table to distract from a … Continue reading On Rape culture in our parliament and in our homes. *TRIGGER WARNING* references rape and the silencing of rape victims.
We're going on a witch hunt..... we're gonna catch a big one..... I'm not scared....... what a beautiful day...... This song has played over and over in my mind for the last 24 hours. I tried to drown it out with some other music, but then I looked at a newspaper. I thought I'd distract … Continue reading On Witch hunts and how to read research