Today, I talk with podcaster and storyteller, Laura Cathcart Robbins. Listen in as we discuss raising children, sobriety, creativity and why being the only one in the room is both troubling and exciting. If you enjoy this video please tell your friends and share this page.
At the beginning of the eighties, a new force of nature entered my home at a party for my dad, his friends and his soon to be second wife. Prince Rogers Nelson was in my home dancing in thigh high boots, an open and freely flapping trench coat and yes, horror of horrors, a g-string.… Read More »
In the two months since his death, Prince has become more popular than ever. I have loved and admired this man and his talent for 30 years. While people worldwide mourn his passing and scramble to find a suitable replacement(impossible), my focus is on honoring the legacy of his music and the bravery and courage… Read More »
When I spent way too much time dating assholes in the 90’s, I came across a great quote that changed who and why I dated. bell hooks spoke of making love while listening to the genius that is Stevie Wonder. I took this observation to heart like all things hooks and Wonder. As a kid,… Read More »
My grandparents love and admiration ensured that I wouldn’t listen to those who tortured and tried to belittle me.
Tortured by violent nightmares which included physical assault and emotional and psychological abandonment, I began writing and then blogging as a direct response to the rash of gay youth suicides.