thanks for the kind words ln everyone. i’ve made an appointment with the boston rape crisis center, which i should have done for a while now anyway bc of last january
also did u know rainn has tips on what women can do to avoid being assaulted. rainn.
YIKES :( :( :( I give you brainhugs from afar, Journs.
thanks y’all <3 brainhugs useful and appreciated rn!
i get a phone upgrade in a month! what should i get (currently i have an iphone 4, i’m open to change as long as it’s still a smartphone with fancy features)
Michelle Tea And The Queerest YA Novel You Will Ever Read!
It’s not just the ambiguous sexuality of the protagonist or the casual androgyny of the potential love interest; it’s the heart of the thing, the tilted lens of Michelle Tea’s Mermaid in Chelsea Creek that makes it the queerest young adult book I’ve ever read. It’s also no surprise that the 42-year-old Tea populated her foray into the genre with head-nods to outsider fantasy, Here, pigeons aren’t marginalized — they’re bearers of wisdom; and mermaids are surly and complex, not preening or diabolical.
DOES THIS MEAN A LESBIAN MERMAID
eta: wait what does “ambiguous” “androgyny” “potential” mean
Of course you do, what kind of question is that
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