OctPoWriMo – Week One Round Up

OctPoWriMo stands for October Poetry Writing Month. The challenge is to write 31 poems in 31 days and is an off-shoot to NaPoWriMo in April created by Morgan Dragonwillow in 2012. I do both challenges most years depending on the circumstances. There are no real rules, just write 31 poems …

September’s Stuff

We finally finished RuPaul’s Drag Race. We’re now watching RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars! They’re only six episodes long each so that won’t take long at all. We also rewatched Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries which we love and thankfully the Kickstarter for the film hit its target on the first day …

Blogging: Essential Plugins

So you’ve gone self-hosted, set it up, now what? Now you need plug-ins! What Are Plug-Ins? Plugins are little extras that you add to your WordPress site to give your blog some extra functionality or some extra features you might want or need. This includes everything from security to displaying …

Being Bisexual: Facts and Fiction

There is something bisexuality that doesn’t seem to pervade the consciousness of society. It exists. You’d think it would be obvious. That bisexuality wouldn’t even be debated as a sexuality or that we wouldn’t still suffer from prejudice from both hetero and LGBTQ communities and bi-erasure from media in 2017. …

Bisexual Bloggers

For Bi-Week, here is a list of bisexual bloggers you need in your life. Not all blog about bisexuality, some are writers, artists, lifestyle bloggers or mental health bloggers and so on. Check out the list and find your new favourite blogger. De-blog A.M Leibowitz Brain Droppings All The Parts …

Poetry: I Say

I say crying is good for you a release of endorphins your mind and body sorely needs. It’s a lie. Crying hurts, his now more than mine, every tiny tear stings, and my head hurts and hear aches as if I were crying, same as when I am crying. With …