History is very, very close to being made, Fangirls. Hopefully. The Supreme Court is preparing to decide on nationwide marriage equality within the next few days, in a case titled Obergefell v. Hodges. It is a ginormous deal. But there is a lot more on the line with it, and a lot more than just a yes or a no. For many, it also runs much deeper than the ability to get married. Read More »
With Pride Month in full swing and the Supreme Court set to rule on nationwide marriage equality any day now, it’s time for a proud playlist, Fangirls. Pride month is always full of celebration and fun, but with a decision this big about to happen, the festivities are bumping. And with that, you need a perfect playlist. Read More »
To be honest, I don’t remember the exact day, but I know it was the spring time, a bit before my 15th birthday. I’ve never really kept track, or celebrated it on an anniversary of sorts. It was 6 years ago now that fully came out as a gay woman. I don’t like to make any big show about being gay, because I think that makes it seem like I’m separate in some way, or attention seeking. However, it’s a part of me, and there’s no doubt that coming out is a process that a lot people don’t experience. It was a marker in my life that honestly seems so long ago now. It’s felt like a lifetime between then and now. But really, I am so young still. It was the beginning of a life, my life, living openly about who I was. And it’s very weird to think about it now.
Scrolling around Netflix can do the heart some good, Fangirls. I love choosing random movies or shoes to watch, things I’ve never heard of. I went to do this one day this past weekend, and accidentally ended up at a movie I had wanted to see, I just didn’t know what it was. I had heard about Beginners, though I hadn’t remembered the name, and after initially choosing the movie, was delighted that “Oh! This is that movie!” However, this was more than “that movie”, Fangirls. This was an incredibly directed and creative film that had me feeling all sorts of feelings.
Ohhhkay, so I read Lost Girls. I know last week I was freaking out over it, and justly so. I was not disappointed. Remember, this is an adult book, the rest of this article is 18 and up, please.