Introducing The Mug of Perpetually Being Mad At You
Here is blanket permission to not worry very much about offending people who neither show up to your parties nor ever explain why.
"You dumped me, remember? Kindly sigh into someone else's moving boxes."
Sometimes Alison at Ask A Manager and I like to answer questions about workplace awkwardness together.
On calling bluffs, escape velocity, and the futile, necessary, but probably still futile, work of reclaiming some of our relatives from history's flaming dumpster. Content note: Sometimes honestly talking about authoritarian stuff and white supremacy means describing it, so there are examples of actual racist and xenophobic statements from relatives herein.
Weird holidays, weird year.
Rae is back, restoring a sense of discovery and play to figuring out who the heck you are.
Licensed therapist Rae McDaniel reminds a reader that discomfort is not harm, and trans people aren't messing up their family events by existing at them.
"I'm not a bigot, I'm just really *worried* that you and your child are total deviants who don't deserve rights." -Some Dipshit