This last week, 10-year-old Hailey Owens was reportedly kidnapped by middle-school coach Craig Michael Wood in Springfield, MO. They were found by police not too long afterwards, but sadly, it was too late. The little girl was found dead in his basement. It's a terribly sad story and provoked many of the ladies at my … Continue reading Craig Michael Wood, Child Abduction, and Victim Blaming
As of this writing, the US Supreme Court has not yet reached a decision on whether or not homosexual marriage should be a thing. I think it's fair to say the US is holding its breath on this one. Christians are one of the biggest groups anxiously awaiting the answer. And I think it's passed … Continue reading What If…?
It’s quiet, too quiet. What’s happened to sound? It is hushed, it was hushed when the flesh hit the ground. No noise of loud toys, no play-pony’s hoofbeat. No clatter, no patter of wee little feet. The hustle, the bustle, the creaks of the chairs, The stomping, the tromping, of sneakers on stairs, The singing … Continue reading Hushed
We've all heard the homosexual stereotypes. For men, it's usually a strong fashion sense, a lisp, and a body that makes straight girls mourn. For the women, it's physical strength, short/unusual hairstyles, or simply not accepting a guy's phone number (the nerve). But there's one stereotype that isn't often directly addressed, but it's a very prominent … Continue reading Friendship is Gay
There are lots of things I love and hate about this country. True, the good outweighs the bad. For example, I can complain about my issues with the government right here without fear of being black-bagged and killed like "V for Vendetta." Everyone knows America has problems and everybody vouches for their favorite issue: healthcare, … Continue reading 10 Things I Wish America Understood