From the archives, originally posted in 2016. In light of the recent headlines with Colton Haynes officially coming out, I've had many people ask me if I regret it at all in my own journey. What I can say is that I entirely echo Colton's words that "acting 24 hours a day is exhausting". What I regret is the time I spent living... Continue Reading →
I've always been an independent person. I was the strong-willed child that knew what she wanted, the edgy teen who didn't take flack from anyone, and the travelling idealist looking for a place to put roots down—in her own time.
I didn't realize how important those rituals, of remembering Jesus together with other believers, were. I didn't realize how much I was in survival mode. Mostly, I just didn't realize.
To ask who takes on the traditional role of a male or female in an LGBTQ relationship is to totally miss the point.
You read that title right. After weeks of horrid hateful acts against LGBTQ people and people of colour, my faith in humanity was restored. I had no idea what to expect. My only experience of Pride Celebrations came from TV, Movies and bigoted people talking about all the nudity and sex acts that occur at... Continue Reading →