Tag Archives: LGBQTIA

Playing With Dolls

It was Los Angeles in the 1950s, and my mother was ahead of her time. After my older sister, Debbie, got a doll, I wanted one just like hers. Of course my mother said yes. My mother’s friend, June, came … Continue reading

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Treat Everyone with Dignity

“I want people to know that I’m Black—I want you to see my color. I want you to know that I’m queer. I want you to know that I’m racialized and politicized. It’s really important for me to name that, … Continue reading

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Superpower

I love you all. And my LGBQTIA family, I see everyone of you. The things that makes us different, those are our superpower. Every day you out the door and put on your imaginary cape and go out there and … Continue reading

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