Ah! Distance!

I often find myself pulling away from social situations when I feel overwhelmed. There is something confusing and dissonant about being an introverted extravert, but I swear I am! I've said it time and again, I love people. But there is only so much I can take in before everything is too much and I [...]

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Why Are We Afraid to Talk to Kids About Homosexuality?

Dang, I've had a lot to talk about this week! Making up for the month-long lack of posts, I guess! Something has been bothering me today. I saw a tweet from a girl who is gay that said her parents made her change the television because it was 'inappropriate' for her younger sibling. Because there [...]

Humor As A Coping Mechanism!

It's a Wednesday! I swear I'll get back on schedule sometime. But now is not that time. Now is the time that I get to talk at you on a Wednesday. Like most people with deep-rooted (often concealed) anxiety, I use humor as a coping/defense mechanism in the face of any icky situations. It's just [...]

Everyone Is Offended

Happy Wednesday. We're gonna talk today. Right now, I attend community college. One of my classes is a mandatory, sort of self-actualization, sort of career-planning class. In this class today, we talked about diversity. Diversity: The beautiful thing that makes the world interesting. Except apparently not everyone thinks so, as our discussion proved. Our lesson [...]

Photos and Faces

People are important to me. Let's take a journey through some people I've photographed and why. My brother Sean is one of my favorite subjects. Mostly because he's always around and down to be photographed. But the freckles don't hurt, huh? This is the first shot I took of anyone with the half-face, black background. [...]

Why Politics Don’t Matter

Happy Saturday, you all! It's been awhile. But that's okay. I hope you're all doing well and staying cool. Alright. So today I want to talk about politics. Hot-button topic, I know. But, we aren't going to get into the presidential race and all that junk. We're going to get into how politics affect our [...]

Wednesday Glowing Artsy Recommendation: The Danish Girl

Happy Wednesday! It's been awhile since I've done one of these, so I'm excited. And I'm excited that it's such a good one. Read it for bookclub and it was a near-unanimous 5/5. Let's just get on with it. No fluff. The Danish Girl by David Ebershoff Rating: 5/5 would recommend/fashion into a kite/hide in a [...]