My Sexual Identity and Me

02/20/2016 // 1 Comment

I’ve been thinking a lot about identity lately and about the role my sexuality plays or should play in my day-to-day life. Right now, my sexuality plays a very small role [...]

College In The Closet

05/20/2015 // 0 Comments

I was a little bit in love with a friend of mine in college, and my inability to acknowledge that at the time tore apart my friendship with her. I was tortured by my [...]

Fashion For Change

03/09/2015 // 1 Comment

It’s funny the way we choose to care about certain things, the way the color of a dress or Kim Kardashian’s hair can so fully penetrate the public consciousness while so [...]

The First Person I Came Out To

03/04/2015 // 1 Comment

I was sitting on my bed, wearing an oversized sweater that belonged to the girl I thought I loved–who at the time held the title of one of my very close friends. I had [...]

Straight Until Proven Gay

02/09/2015 // 4 Comments

There will forever be those moments where I will mention a date or a breakup in the presence of someone I don’t know well, and that person will say, “Who is he? Tell me [...]

The Paradox Of Coming Out

02/09/2015 // 3 Comments

It has been confusing having one of the best things to happen in my life coincide with one of the worst, especially when the two are so intricately linked. The best thing, of [...]

I Came Out! Now What?

01/28/2015 // 1 Comment

Ok so I came out. Hooray! Where are the fireworks? No party hats? What about cake? I figured once it happened, there’d be some sort of momentous indicator that my new and [...]
Now What?

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