One Conversation Isn’t Enough
“Did you wash your hands?”
“oh!! No! I forgot”
“alright go wash them”
30 seconds later
“okay, they are clean”
“oh! I forgot!!”
I have this conversation at least 15 times a day.
One conversation about equality, about sexuality, about human rights, it isn’t enough.
I have to constantly have discussions about being kind and brave.
I have to remind my children to wash their hands and put dirty clothing in the washer.
I can’t possibly think that I can say, “your body is your choice” and read a book about sex and consider the information both passed on and absorbed.
This isn’t a “mommy blog”. I’m sure I will write about that phrase and the associated stigma at a later date.
This is a page to encourage dialogue about equality.
I want to kindly and compassionately discuss issues that affect humans (and probably animals and plants at some point)
This isn’t a place for trolling, fear mongering, or generally being an asshat.
Words like conservative, liberal, African American, White male, feminist, “those people”, etc are not insults or weapons.
I don’t expect everyone to agree with me. The world would be an incredibly boring place without discussions and disagreements and lively, spirited conversations.
This is a place for me (and others) to write about being human, and the unique journeys, trials, issues and successes within our stories.
This is a space for tricky subjects and I hope to tackle them without being motivated by fear, but by addressing things that matter to me with patience and hope.