Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr., President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and professional dehumanizer of LGBTQ people, does not approve of my parenting. That’s not hyperbole — Albert Mohler is so concerned about Target’s removal of gender signs in their toy and bedding departments that he took to his podcast yesterday morning to criticize me,… Read More It’s not a mothering problem, Albert Mohler.
((This week is, traditionally, my annual Very Hard Week. It’s a roller-coaster, with the national grief of 9/11 and the celebration of my son’s birthday (tinged with the bittersweet feeling every parent knows, the realization that my sweet baby boy is growing up — proud of the young man he’s becoming, eager to meet the… Read More Repost: Twenty
I’m getting bad at food again. Lately I’ve been adding breakfast and lunch to my daily to-do list — partly because checking things off makes me feel productive even if it’s things I’d be doing anyway, but mostly because if it’s not on my to-do list looking like an official task, I won’t eat. I’ll… Read More Bad at food.
When I started this blog, one of the first things I did was tell my parents about it. I knew I’d be writing about parts of my childhood that reflected on them, and I wanted them to know the information was out there and not hear about it from others; and to be honest, I… Read More Countertransference