Surgery

There are plenty of people on this planet that are truly afraid of having surgery, and there are some people who are completely calm about it. I've had 3 surgical procedures: I had one procedure to take out both my spleen and my gallbladder, the next was my tonsils, and my last surgery was top… Continue reading Surgery

Your First Job: Tips & Advice

So, we all know due to the pandemic there has been a significant increase of unemployed people. Luckily there are many companies such as Target and Kroger that have been hiring tons of people and even granting raises! I was able to get a job at a yogurt shop that's fairly popular and it's called… Continue reading Your First Job: Tips & Advice

Clothing ≠ Gender Part 2

Part one of this two part series can be located here: http://aminoapps.com/p/i50kjy. In that post I go over basic things such as changing your clothes doesn't mean you're "switching genders" and talking about how clothing can help out your dysphoria. In this post I want to go into depth about my personal experiences dealing with… Continue reading Clothing ≠ Gender Part 2

Misconceptions About Being Asexual

This isn't really something I talk about in detail to anyone. If I ever do mention being asexual, it's just a brief statement and that's pretty much it. I've known I was asexual since about 16 years old, so for about two years now. Asexual just means you have no sexual attraction but that doesn't… Continue reading Misconceptions About Being Asexual

Edgar Allan Poe 🎃

You might be familiar with Edgar's short stories, such as "The Fall of the House of Usher" and "The Tell-Tale Heart." While Edgar has written several short stories that are loved by many, he has also written poems that consist of "The Raven", "To Helen" and "The City in the Sea." Edgar Allan Poe was… Continue reading Edgar Allan Poe 🎃