I’m white, and my partner is black. The blatant staring and incredulity can be boring enough to have to deal with day in, day out.
I find myself in a time where women are discarded for not relinquishing what is colloquially referred to as “the cookie”.
Apparently "You asked, you pay" is a thing.
My season of singleness has given me the gift of time. I have had time to discover the layers of who I really am.
Sometimes microaggressions are more telling about the state of society than any legal system can be.
Everyone needs to just calm down and mind their own business, ok?
Notions of love and marriage are being reclaimed and re-imagined.
First, you're going to need to catch some feelings.
“You have to know what you’re getting yourself into."