Five years ago my niece Delaney was born. I started with the sentence, “Five years ago my niece Delaney was born.” Note the lack of caveats and clarifications in that sentence. Delaney has Down syndrome, but that fact is a footnote in the story of her birth, just as the chemical imbalance in my brain … Continue reading People with Down Syndrome Remind Us What We Should Truly Value
I am a Christian who happens to be bisexual, brown, and enjoys having sex with multiple partners. On the one hand, this really isn’t any one’s business but my own. What I do in the bedroom with other consenting adults, should not have any bearing on other aspects of my life. So why am I … Continue reading I’m a Bi-Sexual Brown Christian & I Had to Learn to Love Sex
As I sit in my basement, my dutiful husband taking care of the baby and making dinner so that I can finish my PhD, I continue to fight the urge to escape onto the internet: I want to check in with my favorite Mormon Mommy bloggers.
Queefing, breastfeeding, eating pussy, period sex, putting your baby in the garbage… Ali Wong’s unapologetic and hysterical assertions of her body, motherhood, and sexuality in her latest Netflix comedy special “Hard Knock Wife” expand the possibilities of Asian womanhood. Similar to her first Netflix comedy special “Baby Cobra,” Wong is very, very pregnant in “Hard … Continue reading Ali Wong & the Glories of Asian Womanhood
The arrest of megastar rapper, T.I. proves, once again, that no matter how much fame and wealth you have, your blackness will never be forgotten or overlooked. My blackness will never be anything but black.
I tracked news reports of a bomber terrorizing Austin, and then less than a month later, of a mass-shooter in Nashville. Both were white, Christian, and formerly home-schooled. All identity markers that I share.