At least that’s what I’m afraid you’ll think of me.
For my entire life, I’ve been scared that if I told people what I really thought or what I really believed, I would end up hurting them and looking like a jerk.
I wouldn’t tell people I thought marriage makes relationships harder, the nuclear family makes us lonely or I don’t give two fucks about their new car.
Then I discovered blogging.
I could say whatever I wanted and people could agree, disagree, or reject it all together. I didn’t have to play nice, and I didn’t have to hold back.
This blog is sacred to me, because it’s where I can be myself. I consider each piece a work of art, not because it should be in a museum, but because I give it everything I’ve got. Each Wednesday I send out a new essay to my readers, and I’ve also created a private Facebook group where we discuss the topics in depth.
I hope this site stretches your mind, but more than that — I hope it helps you to say what you need to say, because we need people who think differently and who are willing to openly challenge the status-quo. We need people who see their self-expression as a powerful form of activism.
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– Feb 7, 2018 –
State Change vs Transformation
– Jan 31, 2018 –
The President America Needs, Not the One It Wants
– Jan 24, 2018 –
Why Sex Workers Should Replace Dating Coaches