Our first episode back since taking a hiatus. Its 2020 and we are discussing polyamory, difficult conversations and age differences in relationships. Listen in, let us know what you think and don’t forget to submit your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org !
We at Ask A Brown Feminem are casting for a new “Nerdlesque” Show based on the Canadian TV show, Letterkenny! Check out the link below for details!
The Queer Prom is coming up! May 2nd we are celebrating the chance to be our authentic selves with our very milestone- the prom! Tickets are on sale now on facebook and eventbrite; $30 online and $50 at the door. Space is limited, so be sure to get your ticket today! This LGBTQ+ event is 18+. Prom is inclusive of our Ace and Polyamorous friends too. Allies are welcome but this is a SAFE SPACE for Queer folx, by Queer folx. Please be respectful and kind!
We have just thrown our first Queer Babe Mixer and it was a resounding success! So many people came out to meet new folx, play games and have a good time and I could not be happier. We will definitely have to do this again! For now, we’re looking forward to the Queer Prom and many more events in Concord, NH.
It’s been some time since I checked in but I’m feeling very lucky to have a ton of interesting opportunities for advocacy coming down the pike. I will be co-facilitating two workshops in addition to being a featured panelist at the upcoming GLSEN NH Homecoming Youth Summit this weekend; I am teaching two Youth Mental Health First Aid Courses in the coming months; I am facilitating a clinical support group for LGBTQ+ youth at my office and I am co-facilitating a new PFLAG support group in Manchester, NH.
This year I have also spoken at Pride, met with local government officials and have seen my monthly event- the Queer Babe Brunch- really take off. This month, I was featured by one of my favorite podcasts, Beyond Queer Stories! It’s been an amazing ride and I can’t wait to see what happens next!
CW: Childhood Abuse
One of the hardest things I’ve ever written.
My therapist has encouraged me to heal by writing a letter to my abusers. Its something I’ve avoided for years, because to write is to acknowledge and to acknowledge is to remember. I didn’t want to remember. As I’ve grown (in years and experience) I’ve come to realize that the importance of looking painful experiences in the face and truly, truly allowing oneself to let them go.
I share this with you now in a moment of mourning and of celebration: mourning the child I was and their broken heart, celebrating my resilience and celebrating all of you who also hurt.
We can do this.
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