What does it mean for a divorce to be “biblical”? And does that even matter?
My mom asked me, “Are you sure?” about my upcoming marriage. It was the first time I ignored a question about the health of that relationship.
Introduction to a new series on marriage, and how what was supposed to help…didn’t.
Five tips (and one bonus tip) for people who want to be called an ally.
Moms of LGBTQ kids don’t want your well-wishes on Mother’s Day when you conspire against our kids the rest of the year.
I was in fourth grade the first time I heard Charlotte’s Web. Our teacher would read us a chapter of a book right after recess and thus introduced me to Charlotte and Wilbur and Fern and Templeton. A story of unlikely friends, a story about sticking up for and aiding the underdog. As my teacher […]
My #metoo story is almost nothing, which is why I’ve never talked about it. I know women who have dealt with significant trauma from unwanted sexual advances, and I’m not traumatized at all. (For real. There are plenty of traumas in my life, but the following story is not one of those.) But I feel […]
Photo by Kristina Tripkovik I’m having a bad day. I can’t stop thinking about little Jamel Myles, the nine year old boy who killed himself a few days ago after he was bullied for coming out as gay. He. Was. Nine. I can’t stop thinking about his mother. No awkward middle school picture. No first […]
Let me start by saying that if you haven’t watched Hannah Gadsby’s Nanette on Netflix, do what you can to fix that as soon as possible. It is one of the most powerful, life-changing pieces of art I’ve ever seen. Honestly, she has done something spectacular with this show, and I believe all of us […]
The question caught me off guard. I went to Wild Goose this year without actually going to Wild Goose. A rotating group of friends have been renting a house near the festival for the past few years, and people come in during the weekend either to present or to attend the event or just visit […]