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This is where I’ll get a bit ‘mouthy’ and write about stuff that interests me, that captures my attention and gets me pumped. It could be anything from big ideas to the smallest of thoughts. Maybe a photo. A book I’m reading. Or really cool articles that need to be shared.… Read the rest


Coming out is different for everyone. There is no wrong or right way to tell someone you fly under the big, beautiful LGBTQI+ rainbow!

However, there may be things that you might want to first consider.

Some of us live in parts of world where it is safe to come out.… Read the rest


 “According to The Trevor Project’s research, almost half of bisexual youth seriously considered suicide in the past year. Sixty-six per cent of bisexual youth reported feeling sad or hopeless for two or more weeks in a row in the past year, compared to 27 per cent of their heterosexual peers and 49 per cent of their gay/lesbian peers.Read the rest


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Confused about Gender- Neutral Pronouns? A lot of people are.

Check out this awesome article in ‘THEM’ magazine. The writer, Devin-Norelle, does a great job explaining them.

Sure, it can seem a little overwhelming at first. But with effort and a little practice, you’ll be a pro at ‘pro-nouns’ in no time!… Read the rest


As a writer I am constantly thinking. Over and Over. Did the scene I just write really suck? Was the dialogue even believable? Would my characters really react that way? And then there’s the added stress of not only writing the page in front of me, but I’m usually plotting the next book at the same time.… Read the rest


Who doesn’t love the headspace website? The work this NFP organisation does on-line, in schools and through their own headspace centres is so cool. They provide up-to-date, genuine, fact-based information around mental health and other important issues affecting young people.

Recently I came across one of their articles that I thought was worth sharing.… Read the rest


SOURCE : teentalk.ca .

Gender identity is how a person feels and who they know them self to be when it comes to their gender. There are more than two genders, even though in our society the genders that are most recognized are male and female (called the gender binary) and usually is based on the genitals they were born with.… Read the rest


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Falling in love with objects is a thing. You probably already know about that small percentage of us who have ‘very strong’, okay, well, obsessive tendencies with inanimate objects, and who actually form relationships with them. I swear this is true. There’s Amy Wolfe, a church organist, who married an 80-foot magic carpet-themed ride in America.… Read the rest