Think Before You Pink

I know I should’ve written this way earlier in the month, but perhaps if I haven’t gotten around to it, you haven’t either. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month which has become synonymous with Susan G. Komen’s pink ribbons. But with everything from grocery aisles to football fields going pink, it seems similar to what probable Baby Boomers call “slacktivism.” This might basely include “online activism” but could … Continue reading Think Before You Pink

I Gotta Stop Giving Money to White Boys

Last week I saw Bo Burnham, and first of all I gotta say I wholly appreciate all entertainers who come to my humble, drunk city-town instead of or in addition to the easy pick of a nearby tourist town. I can’t drive 100 miles; twenty is my max. When you’re south of South, you might as well be in a different country. I’ve seen Mike Birbiglia … Continue reading I Gotta Stop Giving Money to White Boys


If you read my last post, you saw the little notice of Chelsea Manning. I picked it up at a local event to raise awareness about the criminalization of homelessness. explains: The criminalization of homelessness refers to measures that prohibit life-sustaining activities such as sleeping/camping, eating, sitting, and/or asking for money/resources in public spaces. These ordinances include criminal penalties for violations of these acts. There … Continue reading Steps

What’s in My Bag

Hello! Another post I’ve seen on fashion and beauty blogs but in Googling if I should include a picture of my keys, I’ve also seen people not in those circles do, so here’s mine. Sans keys. I really don’t “travel” or even leave the house much, but I do kind of change my bag depending on where I’m going, so I don’t pack a lot. Although … Continue reading What’s in My Bag