How do you say what’s unsaid every time you see your family?
“Do I need an undercut? Do I need to wear a half-way buttoned top in a French tuck?”
I’ve been trying to keep up with my writing, but the news is making me sad…
“It’s about breaking the rules just a little bit.”
No. Yo hair is nappy and wild.
Why push each other down when we all need some heavy lifting?
“My parents fight so much. And when I spend time with them I become miserable and toxic, just like them!”
I’m having a hard body week.
Have you ever thought about what your kids would look like?
“I’m gonna win, and so can you!”
“I’m often made to feel that to be great, I have to do more than anyone else, better than anyone else, with less help than anyone else.”
Remembering a little bit of love everyday: It’s the only way I can prepare for this journey.
“We’re queer because we know and say that we are — not because we satisfy a series of credentials.”
I have a problem…
“I loved everything about swimming lessons and fun in the pool. Well — almost everything.”
“I’m fine” is just code for “I’m disassociating from my feelings.”
“Why? Aren’t you all about the gay stuff?”
Inside The Black Triangle is a photo series intending to highlight the struggles, joy, heartbreak, confusion, and diverse experiences of queer women living in a heteronormative world, and the artist behind the project is hosting an Autostraddle Meet-Up at Denver Pride this weekend!
“I know the difference between a party that’s celebrating me and a party that’s exploiting me.”