Recently, the mister noted that I’ve become somewhat preoccupied with early 1900s “upper-crusty British people,” as he put it. Taking a look at my Netflix viewing and some of my reading, he’s not wrong. Though set in New York, Elisa DeCarlo’s The Abortionist’s Daughter fits snugly within a genre rife with burgeoning feminism and class considerations that are much like … Read More
I am a mass consumer of pizza. In my household, we probably consume two or three pizza or pizza-like substances a week at bare minimum. I think because my wife and I both work retail and she goes to school full time, our food options tend to lean toward the easy and the take out. I have always been a … Read More
Transgender Day of Remembrance is a day to remember my sisters and brothers killed in the past year for being trans or gender non-conforming.
When people talk about getting a dog, they often have very fixed ideas about what they want. Unfortunately, there are a lot of misperceptions that are used to make these decisions.
For the last several months I have been entertaining myself between work emails by delving into the Longform.org archives. One recurring theme in my internet journalism travels is the exploits of white men who reach for the stars and fall far short. Here are some of my favorites.
Time for another recap of OUAT‘s Frozen story arc. This episode was a two-hour episode, and while a lot happened, we also got a lot of backstory.