Short Stories

Different Drugs.

He rolled over away from her, the thick and damp lint-invaded plaid fleece clinging to his naked, red, sweaty rolls. He liked to light a cigarette after their sessions to push the musty and personal smell of body parts out of the room. After the first anxious drag of the hot mesmerizing tobacco, his stomach… Continue reading Different Drugs.

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One-liners

The Guidelines of Feminism

Does men giving up their seats for women interfere with–or go against– equality and feminism, or is chivalry a loophole that trumps it all?   Comment your thoughts below! And don't forget to subscribe below for a personalized zine, and other exclusive subscriber privileges! Also remember: all likes and comments on posts from now until… Continue reading The Guidelines of Feminism

My Poetry

Color Outside the Lines

They say stay inside of the lines, color inside the lines.   What if that's a secret code to keep colored people inside of the "lines" of the system?   Systemic racism is coloring. ................................................................. And I have colored inside the lines my whole life.   I was taught to in schools, on television shows,… Continue reading Color Outside the Lines