A mixed-race girl’s perspective on racism. Continue reading Native Americans and Racism
When I was a teenager, my youth group went door to door to pass out fliers for the upcoming VBS. I remember vividly one woman who, hesitating through her screen door, almost took the flier, but then asked where we were from. When we told her, she stopped. Her voice turned cold. “Oh, I wouldn’t come.” She said. “I go to (Insert small-town church name). You’re welcome to come to OUR VBS, though.” When did churches start competing with each other for members? When did it become about what church you go to instead of about all of us serving … Continue reading Oh, that’s why we suck…
Homeschooling let me do what I really wanted to do. I was a very independent, quick learner. Homeschooling allowed me to learn at my own pace, then, when I was finished, I could learn about stuff that interested me. I … Continue reading Why I Loved Being Homeschooled
WE JUST LAUNCHED OUR KICKSTARTER FOR THE GAME!!! The Genesis! game is a brand-new RPG where you can build cities, explore new lands, and learn all about the newly-formed planet called Earth! If you’re a parent who cares about what … Continue reading Genesis! Mobile RPG
Note: Kostia wrote this just after high school, a few months after we became friends. We were sharing our stories, and I cherish his young, rough grammar. 🙂 On October 22, 1988, I was born in Russia, about a train … Continue reading A Russian Orphan Testimony
In response to Sheila over at “To Love, Honor, and Vacuum.” Once, there was a girl who fell in love and married a passionate revolutionary, a strong man with huge ideals but a secret despair to ever reach them. She … Continue reading The Submissive Wife: a tale of two women
Hollywood and Victoria’s Secret told me what’s sexy. Lacy underwear and big boobs. My husband had to switch my thinking about that. He explained it to me this way. “I want to be able to touch you and hug you. … Continue reading What’s Sexy?