Category Archives: LGBTQ

Rally the Troupes- Now that’s some Sparkle in Motion

I am a blogging slacker. Or at least a Sparkle Motion slacker since I actively blog for work on Ella’s Voice. Sure I can blame it on the whole buying-a-house-and-moving thing. Or I could lament the recent and ongoing flare … Continue reading

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Family Time

As I feared, I am not the most active blogger. However, I figured folks might enjoy a video time out from my non-blogging. This movie, from Jen G, celebrates 20 years of the COLAGE movement. And it features me, including … Continue reading

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Let’s Get this Straight

As I do more and more writing for work and otherwise, I’ve been thinking more of myself as a writer. When I was in the 4th grade, the book I wrote (A Rhinoceros Stole My Fender, I am pretty sure … Continue reading

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The Threat to our Children

I love to read. I taught myself to read before I had even started Kindergarten. For me, one of the best ways to stay resilient in the face of oppression and activist burnout is to lose myself in a rich … Continue reading

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