Published in OUT FRONT on July 20, 2016 Femmes. The invisible lesbians. They roam all over the same streets, go to the same bars, and eat the same food you do … and yet every day, hundreds of feminine lesbians are looked over and assumed straight, thus rendering them invisible. The strange part is that television… Continue reading Femmes & the Invisibility Cloak
Published for Out Front on March 16, 2016 You’ve waited until Sunday afternoon to grocery shop. You nearly got hit in the parking lot four times and then you almost hit someone yourself (ten points). It’s crowded. Carts are everywhere. Okay seriously, how many screaming children are in here? Your list is a daunting scramble of… Continue reading Is It Actually Expensive to Eat Healthy?
Published for Out Front on March 16, 2016 The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommends adults exercise at least 2.5 hours per week at a moderate-intensity level. You’ve already worked a long work day, up before the sun and done after it has set, and now people want you to add on exercise? Who has time… Continue reading All In a Day’s Workout
Published April 2, 2015 on Out Front Composting is the natural way of recycling organic matter and nutrients back into soil to be reused. It increases soil’s ability to retain moisture and reduces the need for fertilizers. But why compost? The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) found landfills to be one of the largest producers… Continue reading One Man’s Trash Is Another Garden’s Treasure