In my latest Gay Parent Magazine column, I provide some tips that my family relies on when we're looking to get out of North Texas for a few days. Our goal is to hit every state at least once. I think at last count, I've been to 37 or so of them. Northeastern U.S. I'm … Continue reading Planning Your Next Family Vacation?
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Raise your hand if you’re bad at self-promotion!
Photo by SHVETS production on Pexels.com Seriously, how hard is it to post a few links to show my writing? For me, very hard. I struggle with this and all things social media. Will I get better? Maybe if I hire my daughter to do it for me.
Elle Woods, Princess Mia and Feminism
January/February 2022 – Gay Parent Magazine – Pauli Murray and the Value of Written Activism
Courtesy of Gay Parent Magazine - January/February 2022 I don’t remember when Pauli Murray first came onto my radar, but I think they’re the first historical Black figure that I’ve felt a significant kinship with since Sammy Davis, Jr. Pauli was multifaceted and complex in a way that I’m still trying to unpack. And overtime, … Continue reading January/February 2022 – Gay Parent Magazine – Pauli Murray and the Value of Written Activism
I’m part of Go Magazine’s 100 Women We Love Class of 2021!
When I was contacted about being on this list, I honestly thought it was either a scam or that they had the wrong person. I'm grateful and humbled to be included. This is a prestigious list, and every single woman on it is more amazing than me. I'm flattered that the editors wanted to include … Continue reading I’m part of Go Magazine’s 100 Women We Love Class of 2021!
September/October 2021- Gay Parent Magazine – Back to School: Politics Clog the School Hallways
It’s back to school time! Want to know a dirty little historical secret? Education, has always been political in the United States. Who gets to learn? Who gets to teach? What do we teach, and sometimes most controversial, how do we pay for it? It is said that rich and powerful legislators are attacking some … Continue reading September/October 2021- Gay Parent Magazine – Back to School: Politics Clog the School Hallways
July 2021 – History is Gay Podcast – Episode 37: The Life of Pauli Murray – My Gender is Imp (Part 2)
https://open.spotify.com/episode/08ermza876HTrsCryPJAW5?si=MMQutfY4SsSHl5VobfhXfQ&dl_branch=1 Leigh and I had so much to say about Pauli Murray that we turned it into a History is Gay two parter. In Part 1 we focused on their activism, intellectual prowess and Civil Rights significance. For the second part we’re looking at their gender identity and sexual orientation. As with most things in … Continue reading July 2021 – History is Gay Podcast – Episode 37: The Life of Pauli Murray – My Gender is Imp (Part 2)
July/August 2021- Gay Parent Magazine – Alternatives to Mother’s and Father’s Day
Ever feel like Mother’s or Father’s Day aren’t quite for you? Especially if you’re trans, non-binary, or just not sure how feel about the gendered nature of each day? We get it. Dads like power tools and moms need flowers. But the feelings around these celebrations can be complex for so many of us. I … Continue reading July/August 2021- Gay Parent Magazine – Alternatives to Mother’s and Father’s Day
June 2021 – History is Gay Podcast – Episode 36: The Life of Pauli Murray – Confrontation by Typewriter (Part 1)
https://open.spotify.com/episode/0nPmvc3X48La1VsdAAMMTX?si=ZvYXYXLBSDG3asSpTZKQ5g&dl_branch=1 You would think Leigh would be tired of talking to me, but nope, I’m back on another of History is Gay. This time we talk about lawyer, professor, priest, and activist Pauli Murray. We were going to include them in the Queers in the Civil Rights Movement episode, but they were too fascinating of … Continue reading June 2021 – History is Gay Podcast – Episode 36: The Life of Pauli Murray – Confrontation by Typewriter (Part 1)
June 2021 – Nerdist – A Brief History of Black Queer Representation in Cinema
Starting with the 80s, I look at the difference between the Black straight gaze and the Black queer gaze and how we’re presented in Black movies. I don’t touch on TV or music. That’s a dissertation worth of material and Nerdist has a word limit. Read it HERE.