Daughter sister student evangelical American republican virgin straight married conservative divorced missionary traveler lesbian liberal monogamous adventurer activist bisexual feminist nonmonogomous queer polyamorous democrat Methodist millennial femme fighter free FUCK LABELS As I have gotten older I continue to discover new things about myself. About my sexuality, my gender identity, political and social views. I have discovered … More I Know You Are, But What Am I?
Coming out as a Christian is less one big event and more of a process. With each step you learn to love yourself a little more, you understand faith and sexuality on a different level and you finally realize that being yourself is the biggest testament to Christ and authentic love that there is. But … More God have mercy, Lord have mercy.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,400 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 40 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the … More 2015 in review
Coming back to California was one of the best decisions that my wife and I could have made. It is where we belong. However, I was not prepared for what was to follow. I am an idealist. It is a wonderful outlook on life but it is emotionally and mentally draining because…well, look at the … More Tearing Off The Mask
I am a 29-year old woman who grew up in California. I was married last year, I work full time and I recently started thinking about starting a family. All of this seems pretty “normal”. It is just another life being lived. But what if I then told you that I am a queer woman … More Letter of Love to the Kim Davis’s of the World
Dear Young One, You are a Christian. You are queer. You are scared. You have so many questions. “Can I be gay and still go to heaven?” “My parents say they can help fix it… is that true? It doesn’t feel right…” “I am scared to tell anyone about my sexuality… what should I do? … More Dear Young One
Working as an activist, you hear people say, “Tell your story! Tell your story!” Because stories connect people, show relatable experiences and it is one of the things that changes minds and hearts. I used to be shy with my story because I was embarrassed. I didn’t want people to dislike my family, particularly my … More When Your Story Isn’t Enough
I talk a lot about fear and hope in my blogs. Yes, I am scared of failing and of my shame. But I am not here today to just talk about my fears. I am here to talk about MY SIN. I strive to do good works but at the end of the day, when … More Walk Humbly
But if you try sometime you find You get what you need. I have always had that wanderlust spirit. This can make it difficult to make life decisions because I used to worry if I was making the right choice, if people would frown upon my choice and I constantly doubted myself. I remember the first … More You Can’t Always Get What You Want
I feel like every person on the internet has either written a blog post or at least read one. It is the new “news” of the inter webs. I hear people say, “I read this article I saw on Facebook” and 90% of the time they are talking about a blog post. There isn’t something particularly … More The Brighter Side