Category: women’s issues

Potential music news, podcast thoughts and looking back on many things

On Twitter, I recently posted a tweet that I’m going to expand on here, given that this is my blog. What I wrote reads:If I tweet something using the words “men are” or “men do,” I shouldn’t have to tell you that I’m not saying “all men.” You should have enough of an understanding that …

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More Multiamory musings, assorted relationship reflections and some fun updates

In the FB group called Have a Gay Day, the recent topic I’d started where I’d asked how to flirt with women as a woman myself, received some interesting responses from people. In one of those responses, someone criticized the fact that I was gender-specific in my post, rather than allowing space for folks who …

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Life updates, and more podcast reflections

A classmate from my American Sign Language class recently messaged me to ask me what some of my hobbies were, so they could use those facts about me for an assignment for said class. And given everything that’s going on in our world right now, this gesture of theirs truly made my day. But in …

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Another review of an album I love

My over all thoughts on JoJo’s album called “Mad Love:” I feel like it’s fitting to put my over all thoughts of this album first because it’s important to reflect on the drama and trauma that JoJo has been through in this past decade. So mainly, when JoJo was a child, she’d signed a contract …

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More thoughts on the Britney: The Zone experience, a weird dream and other randomnesses

In my last blog entry, there were a few things I forgot to mention about the Britney: The Zone event. One thing, was that I held a stuffed animal that was shaped like a snake; that was fun, though one of my friends said that the snake looked strange. LOL. But the other thing I …

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My review of Britney: The Zone, the ultimate fan experience

So yesterday around noon, one of my local best friends picked me up from my house and took me to the Britney Spears event that I’ve mentioned in my previous blog entry. This event was actually called Britney: The Zone and it’s only going to be open for a limited time. And so that’s why, …

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Music/podcast thoughts, more thoughts on being childfree, living with disabilities and other updates and reflections

I recently submitted a feedback report to Apple because within the last week, when I’ve tried to view all episodes of the This American Life podcast using my phone, I’m only able to view a few episodes. This is incredibly frustrating to me because I’m almost certain that there are lots more episodes of said …

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More thoughts on Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, being childfree, one’s sexual identity and my second time being featured on someone’s blog

In the FB group that’s called Have a Gay Day, someone posted a topic asking how people knew about their sexual identity. The response I wrote to that thread reads:It can be different, for different people. For example, for me, my circumstances were such that for the longest time, I stayed in the closet, even …

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Thoughts on TV shows, movies, a Netflix comedy, being childfree, sexuality and other life updates

I recently watched the live-action version of The Lion King and I’ll start with this: I’m happy that they didn’t take out the very beginning song that’s in the original version of this movie. But it hurts my heart that they got different-sounding singers to sing “The Circle of Life” and other popular songs in …

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Assorted podcast thoughts, frustrating life updates, TV shows, website updates and women’s rights

So I recently re-read the “About Me” page on my website. Because I couldn’t remember whether I’d included the fact that I’m blind in it or not. I knew that I’d covered pretty much everything else in said section about myself that I’d thought was important. And honestly, I don’t even know what made me …

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