Monthly Archives: June 2016

A simple letter about love and acceptance

I received this letter from a friend amid the recent swirl of controversy regarding the new Title IX mandate. I was about to transcribe it here when I realized it might lose some of its strength. With permission I share … Continue reading

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The Real Faces of Those You Fear

Western Wayne School Board members AJ Gaudenzi and Roger Shaffer Jr have posted that the teenager in the rainbow swim suit using the high school boys room – and the teen in the bikini using the girls room – would … Continue reading

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If You Can’t Outrun a Tranny, Hold Up an Angry Sign

Meet 17-year-old Jane Doe. She was born John Doe, but has spent the last dozen years of her life identifying as a female. As is typical with transgender kids, Jane is from a non-abusive home, has no criminal record nor … Continue reading

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Varden Conservation Area, quick but steep tour

I took Amy for a hike on the trails I jog at VCA every other day. This is the shortest but steepest option that begins on Wildcat Trail (across from the WW Middle School), turns left on Wood Tower Trail, … Continue reading

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