Last night I attended the DC Dyke march and a lot went down. Being a Jew in queer spaces is always uncomfortable for me but last night takes the cake. Read what the full coverage below and stay tuned from more thought from me! Also, read what I wrote in anticipation of the march here.
Just like the DC Dyke March, I’m back from my hiatus! And just like the DC Dyke March, I’m stirring the pot. Once again, a Dyke March has chosen to deliberately exclude Jewish symbolism from their march and I am not having it. Read my full takedown on Alma here:
My first repost is up on Student Israelity! Read why this is such a big deal to me here (and why I love SI so much) and their repost here.
What does Pride mean for me? In the US, fear. Fear that a fascist government will soon take away my basic human and civil rights to live my life the way I choose to as a bisexual woman. Anxiety that at any moment, a supporter of the 45th’s regime will harm me-verbally or physically. And […]