I’m just over one month into school so I’m finally settling into a routine which is good news for you because it means I will start posting more frequently again! At least, that is the idea. If you have been following […]
As I was scrolling through my FaceBook feed today, I saw a friend posted an article about having an outgoing personality while being an introvert. This caught my eye as I often find I have these conflicting sides to my […]
So, I have quit my job and I’m going back to school in September. Yay me! (This is where you cheer for me as well.) I have decided to start from the beginning again and do a second bachelor’s, this […]
My very talented friend, Amy Eisenberg, wrote this song and directed the video. It’s touching and gay so I think I am required to like it. Anyways, check it out and if you like it, let her know!
This isn’t necessarily a very queer post but lately I have experienced an onslaught of unwanted attention when walking down the street. Let’s just review my recent experiences: Cars honking at me Cars actually slowing down and yelling to me […]
I was recently in NYC on holidays, visiting with friends and family. One night I was out with a friend on the hunt for a cozy gay bar. We started in Brooklyn but there weren’t many people out so we […]
Once upon a time, I had a crazy roommate. If you knew me when I was living in Chicago for the first time (summer of 2003), you might have had the pleasure of meeting her. This tale has brought me […]
A friend recently sent me this clip about gendered marketing. It is hilarious but it also made me a bit sad that this is what the world has developed into. Oh, Lego, why did you have to change from a […]
A beautiful TED talk by Geena Rocero, “Why I Must Come Out”. This was making the rounds about a month ago but I thought it deserved to be put forward again. And… she’s smoking hot!
I was out this past weekend having a few pints and ended up talking to some people that I didn’t know. Surprisingly, one of them asked me if I was “straight”. I replied that I was a lesbian but then […]