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Wild Grief

Wild Grief

The bathroom door was shut tightly, more to keep me in than keep anything else out. Grief was a groundswell of embodied emotion I didn’t trust myself to touch. Certainly not in wide open spaces. I needed to feel contained in a moment when I couldn’t trust my own bones...

Prayer for Pandemic BOTH/AND

In process theology, we stop viewing the world with a binary lens. Rather than life being dreadful or wonderful, evil or good, or the world existing in only binaries of male/female, or right or wrong, we look instead through the lens of BOTH/AND as opposed to...

Recouraging

A queer epic fantasy author I enjoy, KA Doore, recently asked on Twitter: Tired of being discouraged. How does one get recouraged?— K.A. Doore (@KA_Doore) March 31, 2020 They wrote from a place of radical vulnerability that gave me pause. It seems our feeds,...

Medication Routines video

The pandemic and “shelter at home” orders have upended nearly everyone’s lives, resulting in widespread anxiety, fear, and depression. Trans and non-binary people – especially those of us who also have experienced trauma – may be particularly stressed. To help you...

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6 days ago

FORGE

We are heartbroken to learn of the passing of United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She was a champion of civil rights, women's rights, and LGBTQ+ rights.

Her ability to work so passionately and tirelessly resulted in profound legislative advances that many of us never thought we would see in our lifetimes.

Beyond being an exceptional jurist and justice, she became a hero and cultural icon which has inspired generations of people to be like her and work towards a more just and equitable world.

We mourn with the nation and will remain committed to advancing the inalienable rights of all people.

May her memory be a blessing.
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We are heartbroken to learn of the passing of United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.  She was a champion of civil rights, womens rights, and LGBTQ+ rights. 
Her ability to work so passionately and tirelessly resulted in profound legislative advances that many of us never thought we would see in our lifetimes. 
Beyond being an exceptional jurist and justice, she became a hero and cultural icon which has inspired generations of people to be like her and work towards a more just and equitable world.  We mourn with the nation and will remain committed to advancing the inalienable rights of all people. 
May her memory be a blessing.
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