A spoken word poem about identity, love, and bodies.
This past May, Time Magazine’s cover explained to me that I am part of the “me, me, me” generation. Of course, the main culprit is social media and our need […]
Daughters written November 2012 I. Across from me, an acquaintance mentions she just learned ‘women are attracted to men because they know men can give them babies,’ as she winks […]
Some Days It Feels Like written Fall 2012 I killed my twin sister, but I still feel her every day through my fingerprints and the caverns of the life lines […]
On Becoming a Real Man – essay written May 2013 Becoming a man could be so simple; there are religious ceremonies, puberty, and father-to-son heart to hearts than can instantly […]