Should you marry someone of a different faith? That depends on the faith and on who you ask…
“Your voice, your hopes, your dreams will define our American destiny…” –45 Our American destiny. This phrase, echoed by the RNC, explains a lot about the GOP and its actions — as well as inaction — of late. The Republican Party is the only force right now that could actually apply the brakes to some… Continue reading Mandate of Where?
What are you up to these days, Mel? You sure aren’t writing much. Au contraire, mes amis…I have so many projects (writing and otherwise) in the works right now that I’m finding it difficult to post as often as I’d like to for this blog. Works-in-progress at this time (not a complete list): -My second… Continue reading These Days
You know, the “bathroom issue.” Where should transgender people pee? It’s an issue, you see (as I have been told time and time again) not with the transgender folks themselves, but with the potential for a “sexual predator to dress up as a woman” and enter the women’s restroom or locker room, whereupon he would… Continue reading To Fix the Bathroom Issue…
(Warning: graphic image below — visible blood in medical tubing, iodine, etc. …It doesn’t bother me, but some people might not want to look.) It’s February 14th. I’m not going to rehash my story (find it here if you’re curious) but it’s important to me that I mark this day. Eight years ago, I came… Continue reading Not an Obligation to Me
(originally from a FB post I made this afternoon, expanded here with links where appropriate) I keep hearing variations of “We have to protect our own. Think of our safety!” re: the immigration bullshit the Cheeto-in-Chief has set in motion, and I’d like to address that line of thinking. Here’s the thing: Your life is… Continue reading A Life’s Worth
(A family member was hospitalized tonight, so this post is later than I’d planned.) January 20th, 2017, is unfurling. In mere hours, our 45th president will be sworn in. I love my country, and so (not “but,” for it is because I love America that) I am afraid. I am disappointed, I am angry, and… Continue reading Raise Your Voice