Hi all! It know it’s been a while, but senior year is taking up more of my time than I’d anticipated. BUT I got some Awesome books that I’m hoping to read during December/January (thank goodness for winter break and long, long car trips). First up is The Girl With The Red Balloon by Katherine…… Continue reading December Reads
Whew, it’s been a long time! It’s good to be back on the blog after so long, though; the expectations for a blog post are much less intimidating than those of, say, a college application essay. The beginning of senior year has been huge, to say the least. (College app tip: don’t put it off,…… Continue reading College Essays & Identity
by Anonymous Let me just say something: You will never finish coming out. We live in a world where it is automatically assumed that everyone is straight. When you start a new job, meet some new friends while you’re on vacation or when starting a new friend, you will come out, even if it’s not…… Continue reading Rainbow Connection: On Coming Out & Being Stuck
by Priya Sridhar “My wife’s the reason anything gets done. She nudges me towards promise by degrees. She is a perfect symphony of one; Our son is her most beautiful reprise. We chase the melodies that seem to find us, Until they’re finished songs and start to play. When senseless acts of tragedy remind us,…… Continue reading Rainbow Connection: Safe Spaces
It’s June 1st, aka DAY ONE OF PRIDE MONTH. In my latest post, I mentioned a blog series to celebrate, and, well, here we are! Rainbow Connection is that series. It will feature blog posts from queer teens about their experiences and what Pride means to them. I am BEYOND excited to share these posts…… Continue reading Introducing Rainbow Connection!
Hi all! It’s been a while since my last post. *avoids looking at the calendar* Junior year is finally coming to a close and though summer is looking incredibly busy, I can’t wait to get back into the swing of things. I haven’t read a book outside of required school reading since February, so I’ll…… Continue reading Accidental Hiatus/Blogging Slump
I’m sure most writers and bloggers know this fear. A fear, that, were you to meet a dementor in the street, it would immediately take the form of you, at your desk, staring at a blank document (or worse, a document with something half-finished and incredibly ugly) trying to force out words you know you don’t…… Continue reading On Fear of Burn Out