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Tag Archives: what not to do
Moods often come and go. Sometimes, though, they stay around for a while. Overcoming your mental state generally means you have to change what’s going on around you, and some of us are excellent at doing that. I’ve proven my skills at overcoming adversity — to myself. But sometimes life can’t be changed, and it’s that immobility […]
Yesterday a local Vancouver paper asked a question on its Facebook page: “Do you think more could be done to combat homophobia?” In the ensuing comments, a White Pride freak — who I’m really fucking wanting to identify by name here but don’t feel like dealing with the legal hassle as a little blogger girl […]
We have helmet laws here in British Columbia. Even if we didn’t, I’d be wearing mine. One saved my life. And still I’m different than I used to be. When I saw this article come up on Twitter, I got pretty choked about it. I started thinking of the friends I’ve seen riding without a helmet […]
Hello, world! I’m still in a mad spiral as I sort out everything to do with my loan, and then I can slowly segue back to mostly-broke time-on-her-hands Steff that brings you tons to read. It’s been WEEKS since I’ve been able to sit at my writing desk to write for you, but I think […]
You know, this whole recovering-Catholic thing plays so badly with writing any kind of exposés about my own sex life. I feel horribly guilty, like a first-class cunt, for having posted my thingie about my “underwhelming weekend sex” yesterday. But then I got to thinking about it. First, I placed an ad for sex. I made it […]
Yesterday, I made rather not-so-subtle reference to the fact that I finally got laid last weekend in this posting. I wasn’t going to say anything, really, because I was decidedly underwhelmed by the experience. But then, you know, I thought, “It’s for the greater good! People must know!” So, without getting into detail here, let’s […]