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They Already Knew They Were Sacred

Written for The Word Is Resistance Podcast. You can listen to the episode here. :: TRANSCRIPT :: Week: April 29th, 2018 Podcaster: Blyth Barnow Scripture: *Acts 8:26-40 :: INTRO :: Welcome back to “The Word is Resistance,” a podcast exploring what our sacred texts have to teach us about living, surviving, and thriving in the… Continue reading They Already Knew They Were Sacred

Femmes, You Are NEVER Too Difficult To Love

(click to start playing, click on YouTube symbol to see full list of songs) A love letter to all the mean scary Femmes. Love songs for Femmes who have been made to feel like their greatness is a burden. Like they are too bright, too emotional, too boundaried, too intense. You are not too much.… Continue reading Femmes, You Are NEVER Too Difficult To Love

Fellow Christians, It Is Not Enough To March In Our Parade

"it's great to see religious communities represented in the parade but it would be nice to have them show up at moments like this" One of my dearest friends sent me an email last week after going toe to toe with one of those bullshit hateful "preachers" that like to show up at Queer events.… Continue reading Fellow Christians, It Is Not Enough To March In Our Parade

Resources On Queer Misogyny Compiled By Femmes

Resources on Queer Misogyny, Transmisogyny, and Misogyny In General Compiled by Blyth Barnow from the brilliance found in the Femme Secret Society facebook group Header image created by the Femme who runs Wicked Queer This list of articles was generated as a result of countless conversations between Femmes about how to navigate the intense misogyny they… Continue reading Resources On Queer Misogyny Compiled By Femmes

Broken Things. A Eulogy

for Amanda "Arkansassy" Harris and All Of Us Amanda…... *pause* Strange isn’t it. How the sound of her name holds a new weight. As if it were an incantation. Or a lament. Strange how the whisper of her name can sometimes feel like a scream. That’s what grief does. It transforms. It disfigures. It makes… Continue reading Broken Things. A Eulogy