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Thoughts on incivility, restaurant service and homophobic bakers

The issue of civility in no way compares to human rights violations. I also have no interest in hearing complaints about civility from Trump supporters as such complaints are completely hypocritical. On the other hand, there are good reasons to … Continue reading

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The Family of God and LGBTQ Pride

In the early morning of Saturday, June 28, 1969, the New York City police raided a bar called the Stonewall Inn. This was a bar that catered to marginalized people: drag queens, transgender people, effeminate young men, butch lesbians, male … Continue reading

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Two Who Dare

My only attempt (so far) at a prose poem… had to change the line breaks to make it fit properly on the blog… Two Who Dare We greeted with the choreography of two hesitant mutts sniffing each other out, surrendering … Continue reading

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River or Rock? at Topology Magazine

My poem River or Rock? was posted at Topology Magazine today!

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The American Shadow

Have you ever had a dream in which someone was chasing or attacking you? In dreams like this the attacker represents our Shadow, where we shove all of those aspects of ourselves of which we are ashamed, hoping that they … Continue reading

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