“I’m not being a dick, but …” Isn’t it funny how whenever someone says that, you know beyond a shadow of a doubt that they’re about to be a dick? And by funny, I don’t mean funny at all. It’s like when people say, “I’m not racist, but …” Uh, no. There isn't a statement … Continue reading I’m Not Being A Dick, But …
No. It’s not. What everyone should be telling you is this: If you want to go to uni, in particular, doing well in senior (Grades 11 and 12 for non-Australians out there) is important because of several reasons: It makes it easier to get into the course you want It means that you’re more likely … Continue reading Ask A Teacher (Student Edition): I’m In Grade 12 And Everyone Says This Is Make-Or-Break. Is it?
In relation to yesterday’s ranty post, this picture was also posted in response to my comment (reason? I’m not sure. A lot of things were posted in response to my comment about feminism. If you missed yesterday’s post, you can find it here: She’s A Bitch). This picture, in particular, really bugged me. In fact, … Continue reading Isn’t That How Equality Works?
Its PrideMonth and everyone has been sharing some amazing queer books, which just makes me so happy! And I thought it would be a good time to shed some light and love onto lesser known queer books.
“Lesser known” to me is a mix of underrated books and books that don’t have many ratings on Goodreads. So if you see a favourite book on this list it’s here because it either has less than 2,000 ratings on Goodreads, or it’s a book I don’t see many people talk about online.
Hollow Folk series by Gregory Ashe
“I don’t think you could be a good influence if you tried,” she said, and her smile flashed genuine. “You’re carrying a pack of trouble and you think it’s all for yourself.”
Sexuality: gay MC, gay love interest, bisexual…
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When I was younger, I didn’t really understand what feminism was, or what it stood for. However, through inspirational women, inspirational teachers and influential readings, it became quite clear to me early on that I was a feminist. I think, when I was younger, I thought that feminism meant I couldn’t shave my legs or … Continue reading She’s A Bitch
Did you know that the idea of a nuclear family – mum, dad, and a bunch of tiny humans – wasn’t a proper concept until the late 40s, early 50s? I mean, I know what you’re thinking Karen, obviously nuclear families existed prior to the 40s, the term just wasn’t coined until the late 40s. … Continue reading Beware The Step Family
In Choices, you can sometimes play as someone with male and/or female appearance, and Veil of Secrets is one of those. Your first choice is whether you want to play as a man or a woman. I picked a woman. This is my person, and her name is Annabelle, which is my favourite name, mostly … Continue reading Choices: Veil Of Secrets Vol #1