Category Archives: Writing

My #MeToo Story

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 … Continue reading

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No Debate

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. … Continue reading

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Doing the Unstuck

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. … Continue reading

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What Was Lost

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 … Continue reading

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Wild Flowers and Maternity Clothes

Three years after my son’s stillbirth, I gave away my maternity clothes. Why it took so long. Continue reading

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Yes, it IS political

Yes, if you’re calling out Donald Trump’s misogyny, it’s political. Continue reading

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Ideals, Humanity, and Grace for Hillary Clinton and Me

Does a betrayal of our ideals mean that we can no longer hold them? Continue reading

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