Currently Loving

Oh, hey! I haven't done one of these posts in a while, so I've decided it's time. This is a list of the things I've discovered within the last few weeks that I'm loving and/or interested in. Selena Montgomery's romance novels. These were written by a familiar/famous person under this nom de plume in the …

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Etsy Finds by Black Woman Owned Shops

Since the racial reckoning of last summer, I have been a lot more conscious as to where my dollars go. Now I try to research companies before I buy from them to ensure that I buy from owners from the BIPOC community, especially from Black women. I've found many Black businesses since then. Below is …

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New Letters Added to LGBTIQA+ and Why it Matters

Even if you are a part of the queer community, it's difficult to keep up with the ever evolving language, terms, and identities. I am entranced by the evolution of words, but even I became a bit stressed when I noticed people are now writing it differently. Some people use the term "queer community". Some …

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Consider This: Colonialism in Grammar Police

I've written many times about my anti-racist work that I'm doing. Something that hit me hard in particular was the idea that English "proper grammar" is another aspect of colonialism, of white supremacy. This led to a combing through of memories that I've had about proper grammar and how many people I've corrected over the …

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