Ladylike

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I am not a Lady. If it weren’t for the rest of the world, I never would have thought about my gender at all. I don’t mind. I like to try on labels for myself. I collect them like stamps—INFJ,…

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Deck of Many Things Update

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I designed a Deck of Many Things! Dungeons and Dragons is important to me, and I am a little obsessed with creating decks of cards, so I gave it a shot, and I’m pretty proud of it! I’ve put it…

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I had a Dream I was Running

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I had a dream.  I had a dream I was standing still, immobile in my body and in my life. I picked apart a cup of frozen custard in an outdoor bar, overlooking a park of rolling hills where some…

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Mortality and Other Fond Thoughts

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I started keeping a journal when I was eleven. It was partially because I have issues processing my short term memory, and I was afraid I’d forget my entire life, one lost breakfast at a time. As I got older,…

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The Raingirl

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There was a girl who could make it rain. Outside, inside. We knew she was different on the day of her birth, when the maternity floor of the hospital flooded. Clouds formed on the ceiling and rained down on hospital…

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Finding Jo: Three Lessons About Following My Dreams

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In December 2018, I moved out of my apartment with my partner and into my mother’s new house. In the year and six months I was there, I learned three vital things about making my goals into my reality. The…

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The Garage Sale

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Every year the house on the hill has a garage sale. It’s a big, peaked house, painted white by kids hired from the local college every couple years, its shutters either blue or red or yellow, depending on the whim…

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Intro to We Three!

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TLDR: Queer Slice of Life Comic, click the picture to the RIGHT to get to the first page! This is a pet project that is close to my heart. I’ve always believed that if the representation I want doesn’t exist…

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