It’s not a secret that I’ve loved The Bold Type since it’s first few episodes released. For me, it came out at a time that I had gotten my first leadership role in a campus publication and has been a huge inspiration to me as a writer, person in media, […]
HAPPY PRIDE! I’m so so excited to bring you a book rainbow this year. Every single book on this list has LGBTQIA+ representation and some of them have other representation. I will try to outline the diversity as I find it, but some of these books I haven’t read yet […]
Every year I do a pride post decked out in rainbow for the beginning of Pride Month. It’s one of my favorite posts to do all year, but such a carefree post doesn’t feel right this year. In the wake of George Floyd’s murder and the rise of protests against […]
The series has been acclaimed for its diversity in cast and characters. Featuring queer witches in a military environment, it has a unique perspective on love, friends, power, womanhood, and the meaning of family.
This book was everything that I want in a book. It takes place in Salem where I spent most of my childhood having grown up in the adjacent town. The main character is a lesbian, there’s bi representation– and witches, they are witches! I’ve been absolutely craving queer witchy media lately after getting entirely into “Motherhood: Fort Salem.”
I was thinking really hard about the content I wanted to make during this time. I know a lot of people are struggling with date night ideas, and since Josie and my anniversary are on Saturday, and we were long-distance for six years, I figured I’d give you some of my ideas for keeping the love alive weather you’re quarantined with your significant other or not!
“I’m thrilled I have a series about a girl who is desperately in love with another girl so much that she would move heaven and Earth for her.” This book broke me apart and put me back together. Thank you Tehlor Kay Mejia for weaving such a rich story about love, rebellion, and hope.
Note: This post was edited on 4/23/20 for pronoun changes as Alexis Frost came out as MTF transgender. I’ve been thinking a lot lately about my upcoming graduation in May and looking back on where I was 4 years ago and where I am now. My mom is planning my […]