Some discontent is brewing on my end — and not just because Rep. Louie Gohmert took a stand today against gay people being sent to space colonies… No, something is really wrong in my home state of Michigan, and more broadly in the nation when it comes to our water. The UN argued in 2013… Continue reading Developments In Disappointment: Flint Water Crisis
My family and I started a skin care line last year called Behind The Sangria, and the products are inspired by our favorite cocktails. Head to the site to check out the products. Also, this weekend you could get a very special discount in celebration of Memorial Day — 25% off when you enter the promo… Continue reading Memorial Day Weekend: 25% Off Skin Care!
In the last few months I’ve gone on a few first dates with men, and also been invited to meet the dates that my friends and families are seeing. Many overpriced glasses of wine and some hit or miss entrees later — I’ve learned a great deal about the art of conversation. Specifically what not… Continue reading The Art Of Conversation
How To Write A Letter To Your State Representative Here are a few items to consider when expressing to your state representative that you want your sex offender laws to be reformed: Locate your state on the map, and note its color. Note the ranking your state received – Severe, High, Medium, or Low. Regardless… Continue reading Reforming The Sex Offender Registry
I’m as much a sad participant in our click bait culture as anyone else. I skim the headlines, and try and find that intriguing thing I haven’t heard of before. Long gone are the days where people sat at a kitchen table reading a newspaper. So, naturally a short story isn’t likely to be able to draw a reader in with this ADHD reading mentality. Stories and novels require attention. It’s so difficult to pay attention. Unless something is just written so well that you can’t help but be drawn in.
It can be so difficult to navigate the world of higher education, but it can be especially daunting if you are a sexual minority.
This article originally appeared on USA Today College On a few recent trips to my local Barnes & Noble, I noticed something odd. The comfy chairs the store used to have were gone. At first I didn’t think much of it – or at least not until I needed a place to sit and read… Continue reading Viewpoint: Changes at Barnes & Noble may indicate a privilege problem