we liked you better when you were a girl with your mouth muzzled shut by strong adult hands seen but not heard on your scabbed bony knees…… Read more “Featured Post: What We’re Told Not To Talk About – Christine E. Ray”
Interesting food for thought. What are your thoughts about this?
Trigger Warning: This piece depicts intense and potentially triggering physical abuse and sexual assault. A song reminds you of all those years ago Upon the screen words…… Read more “Featured Post: Against Our Will ( Until A Song Reminds You) – M.A. Morris”
Thank you MultiplicityAndMe for the vlog shout-out for We Will Not Be Silenced. We are so honored to have you share this important Anthology with your viewers. It…… Read more “MultiplicityAndMe Introduces We Will Not Be Silenced”
Touch does not sit in the veins of a petal, Does not wilt when the bloom of spring Withers away. It can’t be pruned, It does not…… Read more “Woman is a Root – Molly M. Ryan”
I Believe You. When you say there are ghosts, when you say you’ve seen them. I have too, so we aren’t much too different, you and I.…… Read more “I Believe You. – Susan M. Conway”
Arianne True is a queer indigenous poet, folk artist, and teacher from Seattle, and a graduate of the MFA program at the Institute of American Indian Arts.…… Read more “There Is Strength in Our Stories: checklist [ ] / (fulfill half before she touches you)- Arianne True”
The time I whispered with shame to my parents 3 years after the fact, that my high school Spanish teacher molested me, my mom said “Oh, don’t…… Read more “Speak – Rachael Ikins”