My baby is tired but it’s not sleeptime Should I give her coffee? My toddler won’t eat his greens He only wants some toffee My child wants to smoke cigarettes Is it ok if they’re mild? The kids want to play with guns They’re just being wild! My tween would like to make a toast … More My baby is tired, but it is not sleep time. Should I give her coffee?
It’s Autumn to the left And spring to the right As we change our clocks In the middle of the night And then we’ll be really late Or really early Let’s do the Time Warp again
The Survey asks if any two can marry from here on in It does not change My marriage But it would make my heart sing To change the horrid wording in the current legal vows Would be so much more poetic than what it now allows With a marriage certificate you can travel and you … More A poem about marriage equality
Originally posted on Beautiful Heart:
May we remember the ones who can not stay, May we hold tight to those we love, May we shed tears together and howl out our pain May we find solace and support. May we laugh again as we hold our lost ones in our heart, May we feel Joy…
Originally posted on Sister Outrider:
A brief foreword: this letter was written as an invitation for queer, bisexual, and straight women who call themselves feminist to reflect upon their lesbophobia. ? Dear Roxane, As every woman active in the modern day feminist movement knows, there is a growing schism between queer ideology and sexual politics.…
There was a time when human birth Was normally by the home hearth But times have changed It’s a little deranged For normal is now rather dearth. There was a call to see ‘normal birth’ redefined To reflect the medicalisation entwined For normal these days Is a medical haze With the mother positioned supine. So now … More A limerick for normal birth